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Identifying Motivational Factors for Enrolling in a Doctor of Nursing Practice Program

A 20-item online survey was distributed to newly admitted DNP students at a university in western Pennsylvania. The survey consisted of eight demographic questions and 12 statements that reflected six ... read more

Meeting Nursing Demand Through Diversity

Another factor is ... peer mentoring program for first-year underrepresented minority BSN students. There is also the We Stand with Penn Nursing Students Initiative, a resource list of faculty, staff ... read more

Clemson University School of Nursing unveils new $31.5 million education building at GHS

Together, GHS and Clemson are uniquely positioned to address the factors that fuel the nursing shortage, including the challenge of identifying ... a doctor of nursing practice, Master of Science in n... read more

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Nurses do more varied jobs than ever before—and the U.S. needs a lot more of them

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One Key Factor Raises Gay and Lesbian Teens' Suicide Risk

"A better understanding of the stress that leads to suicidal thoughts or attempts among these young people can help communities identify and implement tailored ... "This study highlights another poten... read more

Arlington: Health Initiative Focuses on Veterans

Chamberlain offers nursing degrees ranging from Bachelor of Science in Nursing to Doctor of Nursing Practice to more than 20,000 ... front lines of healthcare when it comes to identifying possible hea... read more

Concierge care taking hold at some large, urban hospitals

Teng said Virginia Mason views its concierge program as a "test lab" for healthcare innovation, spinning off successful ideas to the broader system. With fewer patients, the doctors in the practice .. ... read more

The health care that happens outside the doctor’s office

She didn’t have a primary care doctor – or ... in which certified nursing assistants who provide home health care receive additional training in topics such as connecting people to resources and ident... read more

Two UC Davis physicians honored as health-care heroes

Two UC Davis Health System faculty were recognized today as 2013 Health Care Heroes ... program dedicated to women's heart health in 1994. Villablanca’s clinical and basic science research focus on id... read more

NYU College of Nursing Receives $7.56M NIH Grant to Research Heterosexuals at High Risk of HIV Infection

“Even more striking, the NHBS study found that 11% of those in central Brooklyn were HIV-infected but did not know their status,” said Dr. Marya Gwadz, a Senior Research Scientist at the College of Nu... read more

Here’s why psychiatric hospitals are so bad at helping transgender patients

According to nursing notes obtained ... might interact with before seeing a doctor. Last year, Mount Sinai’s Center for Transgender Medicine and Surgery became the first in the country to create a fel... read more

Scientists Finally Get Around to Finding Procrastination's Home in the Brain

MRIs revealed that a brain region involved in motivation tends to be larger among people who ... She said this study is the first to scan the brain to identify a neural basis for procrastination -- a ... read more



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