Posts Tagged ‘Sarah Fogel’

Longtime faculty and staff retire

November 26, 2021

The 2020-21 academic year saw a number of School of Nursing longtime faculty and staff retire and be honored with virtual retirement events. In fall 2020, longtime Admissions Coordinator Bernie Rimgale retired, as did then-assistant dean for student affairs Sarah Ramsey, BA’77, MEd’81. Rimgale joined VUSN in 1985 and worked with research, the FNIC and…

VUSNPride launches new name, logo and purpose

June 5, 2019

Just in time for Pride Month, VUSN’s LGBTQ+ student organization has announced a new name, logo and leadership. VUSNPride is dedicated to fostering social engagement, networking and sense of belonging for LGBTQ+ students and allies. It provides support and mentorship for VUSN students and applicants, while striving to create a culture of safety and community…

Schools of Nursing, Medicine create new LGBT health course

November 12, 2015

The needs and nuances of providing health care to members of the LGBT community is the focus of a new course jointly offered by the Vanderbilt Schools of Nursing and Medicine. The 13-week course, “LGBT Health in Interprofessional Practice,” was developed by Jesse Ehrenfeld M.D., MPH, and Sarah Fogel, Ph.D., R.N., and offers graduate students…

VUSN’s Sarah Fogel Inducted into the American Academy of Nursing 2014 Class

June 23, 2014

WASHINGTON, DC (June 23, 2014)—The American Academy of Nursing has selected 168 nurse leaders for induction as fellows during the Academy’s 2014 Transforming Health, Driving Policy Conference on October 18, 2014, in Washington, DC. The Academy is comprised of more than 2,200 nurse leaders in education, management, practice, policy, and research. The Academy fellows include…

Study focuses on obesity in the lesbian community

July 11, 2008

7/11/2008 – Obesity is an epidemic, and lesbians are nearly twice as likely to be overweight than heterosexual women. Sarah Fogel, Ph.D., R.N., associate professor of Nursing at Vanderbilt University School of Nursing, is using a successful, predominately lesbian weight loss group in Atlanta, as a model system for determining how to target obesity in a…