The Vanderbilt University 2023 Fall Staff Assembly celebrated staff contributions to the university’s mission. The School of Nursing’s D3 team (Senior Instructional Designer Diana Vasquez, Instructional Technologist Taylor Boll, Senior Instructional Designer Carrie Sennett, Media Services Manager Clay Sturgeon, Instructional Designer Candace McClure, Instructional Technologist Kara Blake, Director, Course Development and Instructional Technology Rhett McDaniel…
Assistant Professor of Nursing Leanne Boehm, PhD’16, FCCM, has received a grant of more than $3.6 million over five years to examine, the efficacy of telemedicine services among people recovering from post-intensive care syndrome. This effort, funded by the National Institute on Aging, is the first PICS longitudinal cognitive impairment intervention study of its ki
Second annual Academy for Diverse Emerging Nurse Leaders application cycle opens
Vanderbilt University School of Nursing will hold the second annual Academy for Diverse Emerging Nurse Leaders, a program that offers professional development and insight to support participants in health care and academic leadership roles, in Nashville from November 13-17. Applications for the program are open through October 30. “We believe that the knowledge, mentorship, strategy…
Jessee to be inducted as Academy of Nursing Education fellow
Vanderbilt Assistant Dean for Academics, Generalist Nursing Practice, and Professor Mary Ann Jessee, MSN’95, PhD, RN, will be inducted as an Academy of Nursing Education fellow at the National League of Nursing Convocation on September 30. The NLN Academy of Nursing Education selects fellows who make significant and lasting contributions to the field and who…
School of Nursing Professor Carol Ziegler named to Metro Nashville Board of Health
Carol Ziegler, MSN’06, DNP’12, professor of nursing and co-founder of the Climate, Health and Energy Equity Lab, was appointed to the Metro Nashville Board of Health on Aug. 15. Known for her climate and health expertise, Ziegler develops trans-institutional strategies to improve health outcomes in underserved communities through culturally appropriate, community-based health initiatives.
New Vanderbilt Center for Research on Inequality and Health to study causes and consequences of health-related inequalities
Vanderbilt University announced today the creation of the Vanderbilt Center for Research on Inequality and Health, a trans-institutional collaboration of the College of Arts and Science and the School of Nursing. The center will convene leading Vanderbilt researchers with deep expertise in economic and social inequality, population health science, LGBTQ+ health policy and gun violence to explore the health impacts of these interrelated areas of study.
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