Dr. Ellen Kurtzman, an associate professor at GW Nursing, was named one of this year’s eight Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Health Policy Fellowship recipients by the National Academy of Medicine.
Three of GW Nursing's faculty members have been honored as Fellows by professional organizations this year.
GW Nursing celebrated its 322 members of the Class of 2018 last weekend during its graduation ceremony and university-wide commencement on the National Mall.
Susan B. Hassmiller, PhD, RN, FAAN, will be the next national nursing leader to inspire a new generation of GW Nursing students at the school’s graduation ceremony held on the university’s Washington, D.C. campus Saturday, May 19.
While being located at the heart of the nation’s capital affords faculty members and students access to the United States’ seat of power, it also places GW Nursing close to some of the nation’s most disempowered populations.
With so many nurses and nurse faculty nearing retirement, colleges and universities are relying on a shrinking faculty workforce to educate the next generation of nurses. The result is a decrease in capacity to enroll students in both pre-licensure nursing and graduate programs, further adding to the overall lack of qualified faculty.
GW Nursing is trending upward—again—in the annual U.S. News & World Report college rankings.
No matter what age, the first day a of school always seems a little scary.
Technology now enables healthcare educators to simulate lifelike scenarios to ensure students can deliver quality care from the moment they first see real patients. Simulation can be an a
GW Nursing tied for the No. 5 spot in U.S. News & World Report’s 2018 Best Online Graduate Nursing Programs. The increase in rank from No. 26 in the previous year is a reflection of faculty, staff and students' hard work and the continued dedication of resources to instructional design, technology and best practices. Once again, the school was also ranked for Best Online Master’s in Nursing for Veterans this year, coming in at No. 3 on that list.
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