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Lucy Zhao Celebrates Publication of Her Manuscript to Journal of Gerontological Nursing

Lucy Zhao, assistant professor for the School of Nursing, is celebrating the publication of her manuscript, “A Comprehensive Assessment of Risk Factors for Falls in Community-Dwelling Older Adults” to the peer reviewed Journal of Gerontological Nursing. Zhao’s manuscript, which was … (Read More) Lucy Zhao Celebrates Publication of Her Manuscript to Journal of Gerontological Nursing

Doctor of Nursing Practice in Leadership Student Serves as 2018 Graduate Nursing Student Academy Advocacy Leader

Carlana Coogle, a Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) in Leadership student is currently serving as one of two 2018 Idaho representatives for the American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN) as a Graduate Nursing Student Academy (GNSA) Advocacy Leader. The … (Read More) Doctor of Nursing Practice in Leadership Student Serves as 2018 Graduate Nursing Student Academy Advocacy Leader

Max Veltman and Janet Willhaus Celebrate the Publication of Their Manuscript on Motivational Interviewing

School of Nursing’s Max Veltman, associate professor, and Janet Willhaus, assistant professor and Healthcare Simulation Certificate Facilitator, are celebrating the publication of the evidence-based project report they co-authored, “Implementation of Motivational Interviewing Training in an Undergraduate Nursing Curriculum: Identifying Adolescents … (Read More) Max Veltman and Janet Willhaus Celebrate the Publication of Their Manuscript on Motivational Interviewing

Cara Gallegos and Four Nursing Students Celebrate Publication of Their Manuscript on RN Preparedness for Mass Casualty Incidents

Cara Gallegos, assistant professor for the School of Nursing, and four undergraduate nursing students, Cat Ostrem, Sarah Lew, Taylor Beckman, and Alanna Belz, are celebrating the publication of their manuscript, “When Disaster Strikes: Are RNs Prepared for a Mass Casualty … (Read More) Cara Gallegos and Four Nursing Students Celebrate Publication of Their Manuscript on RN Preparedness for Mass Casualty Incidents

Jane Grassley Celebrates Publication In Nursing for Women’s Health

Jane Grassley, professor and Joanna “Jody” DeMeyer Endowed Chair for the School of Nursing, celebrates the publication of a collaborative manuscript, “Evaluation of a Designated Family Bonding Time to Decrease Interruptions and Increase Exclusive Breastfeeding,” in the June 2018 peer … (Read More) Jane Grassley Celebrates Publication In Nursing for Women’s Health

Jane Grassley Receives Double Honor From the Idaho Breastfeeding Coalition

Jane Grassley, professor and Jody DeMeyer Chair for the School of Nursing, has received the prestigious double honor of becoming the first recipient of the award “Dr. Jane Grassley Breastfeeding Award of Excellence,” an award inspired by her work and … (Read More) Jane Grassley Receives Double Honor From the Idaho Breastfeeding Coalition

Five Health Sciences Faculty Awarded $20,000 for Pilot Research Projects

The College of Health Sciences Office of Research in conjunction with the college’s Dean’s Office is proud to award five research faculty applicants $20,000 each from the Intramural Pilot Project Program, better known as IP³. The grant monies will assist … (Read More) Five Health Sciences Faculty Awarded $20,000 for Pilot Research Projects

Boise State Simulation Team Selected as Winner of International Award

In June, the Boise State Simulation Team was honored at the International Nursing Association for Clinical Simulation and Learning (INACSL) conference for their Simulation Program. The team was selected as the winner of the prestigious 2017-2018 Frontline Simulation Champions Excellence … (Read More) Boise State Simulation Team Selected as Winner of International Award

Teresa Serratt selected for AACN Apple Digital Innovation Bootcamp

Teresa Serratt, Associate Professor in School of Nursing, was selected as one of 30 nursing faculty from across the nation to participate in the inaugural American Association of College Nursing (AACN)- Apple Digital Innovation Bootcamp: From Content to Action. The … (Read More) Teresa Serratt selected for AACN Apple Digital Innovation Bootcamp

Jenny Alderden’s Manuscript Wins Award

Jenny Alderden, assistant professor in School of Nursing was recognized on Sunday, June 3, at the 50th Annual Wound, Ostomy, and Continence Nurses (WOCN) Society Conference. Alderden and her colleagues were awarded the WOCN Research Manuscript award for their work … (Read More) Jenny Alderden’s Manuscript Wins Award