Nursing - Diverse Health

Dr. Laura N. Gitlin Takes An Interdisciplinary Approach to Patient Care

by Tiffany Pennamon | February 27, 2019
An applied sociologist by training, Dr. Laura N. Gitlin grew up fascinated with the ways people [...] Read more

Initiatives Could Bolster NM’s Physician Ranks

by Colleen Heild | February 25, 2019
“I wish there was a quick easy answer,” Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham lamented last week. Nev [...] Read more

Dr. Lee Anne Xippolitos: A Nurse Practitioner

by Monica Levitan | February 25, 2019
As she prepares to retire as dean of the School of Nursing at Stony Brook University this sprin [...] Read more

Dr. Betty N. Adams: A Commitment to the Profession

by LaMont Jones | February 25, 2019
When Dr. Betty N. Adams’ father told her she would “make a good nurse,” it greatly influe [...] Read more

As Retirement Nears, Nursing Dean Reflects on Tenure

by LaMont Jones | February 20, 2019
As Dr. Anita Hufft looks to retire this summer, she won’t be leaving a career as an astronaut [...] Read more

Hospitals Welcome Foreign Nurses, Doctors to Fill Personnel Shortage

by Justin Strawser | February 18, 2019
As the health care industry faces shortages in doctors and nurses, local providers are increasi [...] Read more

Oklahoma College of Allied Health Faculty Receives Grant to Train Community Providers to Help Children With Disabilities

by Emily Tucker | February 11, 2019
University of Oklahoma College of Allied Health faculty members received a $1.25 million federa [...] Read more

Kent State University, University Hospitals Partner to Address Nursing Shortage

by Monica Levitan | February 06, 2019
In an effort to address the continuing nursing shortage in northeast Ohio, Kent State Universit [...] Read more