Sigma Theta Tau 2017 Eta Nu Chapter Rising Star Award Purpose: To recognize a doctoral student who demonstrates potential to make significant contributions to nursing practice/research and provide support to participate in the Biennial Convention General Requirement: An active STTI… Read More
Inflatable beds can be cheap, which is good news for consumers who want an alternative to pricey traditional mattresses. But their uneven, soft, impermeable surfaces are dangerous for babies, and can increase the risk of sudden infant death. The dangers… Read More
Research funded with $3.9 million, five-year award from National Institute on Aging shared with University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Read more about Dr. Christine Kovach’s participation as co-investigator.
CBS 58 News (April 27, 2017) About 1-in-5 infant deaths in Milwaukee are related to unsafe sleep, two area organizations are now taking on the problem with two different approaches. See the story here: http://www.cbs58.com/story/35273012/baby-boxes-mke-battles-co-sleeping-deaths
The UWM College of Nursing Center for Global Health Equity is pleased to host two international visiting scholars. Arnel Boke Kilicli is an international visiting scholar from the Department of Nursing, Hacettepe University, Ankara, Turkey, who will be working with… Read More
Building Bridges to Research Based Nursing Practice Conference Friday, May 12, 2017 Keynote Speaker: Joanne Disch, PhD, RN, FAAN Moving Toward Patient and Family Centered Care Distinguished nurse leader Joanne Disch, PhD, RN, FAAN will provide the opening keynote address and… Read More
Dr. Susan Bonis recently received The Midwest Nursing Research Society (MNRS)/Sigma Theta Tau International Research Grant at the 41st Annual MNRS Annual Research Conference in Minneapolis. This grant encourages qualified nurses to contribute to the advancement of nursing through research…. Read More
Wisconsin has some of the worst infant mortality racial disparities in the nation. And this racial gap continues to puzzle Wisconsin researchers. An African-American infant is three times more likely to die in the first year of life than a… Read More
Nursing student Lindsey Roddy is recognized as April’s UWM Student Entrepreneur. Full story
Dr. AkkeNeel Talsma was the keynote speaker at the ACENDIO (Association for Common European Nursing Diagnoses, Interventions and Outcomes) conference in Valencia, Spain on Thursday March 23rd. Her presentation, “Quality Indicators in Nursing” kicked off the conference on opening night.