James Furstein will extend his reach both at the College of Nursing and within the Greater Cincinnati hockey community in the coming year.
The night before she intended to file a patent application for her original online learning concept, Christine Colella, DNP, APRN-CNP, FAANP, received crushing news.
With a nationwide effort to cut back on opioid prescriptions, care providers are turning to medications considered less addictive, namely gabapentin, but two University of Cincinnati College of Nursing researchers say this drug is becoming a problem.
Alumna Laura McCreadie (center) made a colossal switch a couple years ago from taking care
of children in the emergency room to taking on the region’s opioid-addiction problem.
Tamilyn Bakas has dedicated more than 20 years of research to improving quality of life for family caregivers of stroke survivors. In 2004, she developed the Telephone Assessment and Skill-Building Kit (TASK), an eight-week educational program, to address caregivers’ needs. Now almost three years into its third version, Bakas is leveraging technology to make the program more accessible.
A report released this month by The Brookings Institution recommends states move to a fully authorized scope of practice for advanced practice registered nurses to reduce costs and improve access to health care.
Years after fleeing his native country of Eritrea, Africa, Gebrezgiabhier "GT" Abraha (left) graduated in April with his bachelor's in nursing.
Nearly a year ago, footage of a police officer forcibly arresting a nurse in a Utah hospital horrified millions of viewers and shed a brighter light on an unfortunate reality—that health care providers, especially nurses, experience some of the highest rates of workplace violence in the U.S.