Citing the changing demands of health care, Columbia University School of Nursing has instituted a new 15-month master’s program.
Dyan Summers identified the first patient with Zika in U.S.; Paul Coyne found inspiration for a new career from the nurses who cared for him after his stroke.
In January, the Nurse Practitioners Modernization Act will allow experienced New York nurse practitioners to practice more independently. Stephen Ferrara, DNP, explains.
Kendrick Cato, PhD, associate research scientist at Columbia Nursing, searches for infection sources in an unlikely place: electronic records.
A study by Columbia’s nursing and business schools shows that patients get the best care when treated in units staffed by nurses with extensive experience in their current job.
Kristine Kulage, director of scholarship and research development at Columbia Nursing, says the keys to a successful research career are persistence, patience, curiosity, and vision. She should know: After more than 18 years helping others fund their work, she recently published research of her own.