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Advanced Practice Nursing Programs
Puhaty Lecture- Monday, November 6
My journey to discovering why health disparities exist… And what to do about it
Watch Dr. LeVeist's presentation via livestream here, beginning at appoximately 5:50 p.m PST.
OHSU School of Nursing Awarded Grant from Jonas Philanthropies
08/13/18 Portland, Ore.
The grant will help tackle the nation’s most pressing healthcare issues through support of high-potential doctoral nursing scholars. Read the full press release
American Academy of Nursing Fellowships awarded
Joanne Noone, Ph.D., R.N., C.N.E., A.N.E.F., is the lone Oregon fellow this year. She was one of 195 highly distinguished nurse leaders as its 2018 class of Academy fellows. In addition, Noone also received the OHSU Diversity and Inclusion Champion Individual Award for her work as the project manager for HealthE Steps, a program that seeks to improve health equity in communities and provides scholarships to students from underrepresented minority populations. The program increased the percentage of under-represented minorities on the Ashland campus by more than 32 percent. Noone serves as a board member on the Jackson County Public Health Advisory Board, as well as the Oregon Office of Equity and Inclusion Community Advisory Council. She is a founding member of the Southern Oregon Health Equity Coalition.
Wafaa Bin Ali, current Ph.D. student featured
Wafaa Bin Ali, current Ph.D. student was recently interviewed and featured on the OHSU's Research News blog.
"So far, no study has identified factors within the ICU work environment that are perceived to impact CRRT practice. The purpose of my study is to identify and describe factors in the ICU work environment that are perceived to influence the performance of ICU nurses and impact CRRT practice, quality of care and patient safety. I am also developing a CRRT-specific instrument to measure the perceived impact of ICU work environment on CRRT practice."
U.S. News & World Report released its new rankings of the best graduate nursing programs in the nation.
We are pleased to announce the results for OHSU's School of Nursing.
Being ranked among the best nursing graduate schools represents the work of many who make our programs high quality.
Nurse Practitioner –Family Specialty #12
Nurse Practitioner –Pediatric, Primary Care #12
Best Online Graduate Nursing Programs #18
Best Nursing Schools: DNP #32
Best Nursing Schools: Master's #32
Nurse Anesthesia #51