A Columbia Nursing professor has been named scholar-in-residence at the National Academies.
Columbia Nursing research shows how recent use of Twitter has revealed its value as a tool for public health officials.
A member of the 2015 graduating class at Columbia Nursing decided to become a nurse after he benefited firsthand from the skills of nurses.
Preventing two of the most common health care-associated infections—bloodstream infections caused by central lines and pneumonia caused by ventilators—can increase the odds that these patients survive.
Articles about hair regeneration, cocoa and memory, and flu forecasting are among the most-viewed research stories on CUMC websites.
Columbia Nursing confronts the Ebola outbreak, a tragic, textbook example of a public health crisis.