“I like to eat” may be an unusual entry point for a discussion in gerontological health care, but for Melissa Batchelor-Murphy it makes perfect sense.
To address non-nursing challenges students face while in school, GW Nursing has added two professional advisers to its Office of Student Affairs.
A growing body of literature supports the connection between poverty and related social determinants of health in shaping health outcomes, especially in early brain and child development.
A new report authored by Professor Patricia Pittman, co-director of The George Washington University Health Workforce Institute (HWI), outlines the pivotal role that nursing must play in a continually evolving health system.
Simulation leaders from academia, professional organizations and simulation technology companies met in Washington, D.C., last month to assess the role of simulation in nurse practitioner (NP) education.
U.S. News & World Report released its annual rankings for graduate nursing programs today, in which GW Nursing’s Master of Science in Nursing tied at 43 and Doctor of Nursing Practice programs tied at 37. In addition, the school was ranked in the specialty category of Family Nurse Practitioner tied at 16.
Suzanne Miyamoto, CEO of the American Academy of Nursing, presented the most recent installment of the school’s policy series seminar, hosted by the Center for Health Policy and Media Engagement.
The National Organization of Diversity Officers in Higher Education (NADOHE) serves as the preeminent voice for diversity officers in higher education by supporting collective efforts to lead institutions toward Inclusive Excellence.
GW Nursing’s second annual Simulation Conference will focus on practice and include a panel of experts who will discuss the state of nurse practitioner (NP) education, use of simulation in nurse residency programs and the development of an NP simulation curriculum.
Diversity in the health care workforce, continuing education for care providers and building partnerships with community stakeholders are the pillars on which healthy, resilient communities are built, according to Jehan El-Bayoumi, executive director of GW’s Rodham Institute.
A new study, funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Policies for Action program and led by Dr. Tony Yang, will examine the impact of state laws enacted or repealed between 1997 and 2017 that pre-emptively prohibit tobacco control measures have had on public health in the United States.
GW’s master of science in nursing remained in the top 10 of US News & World Report rankings for online graduate nursing programs in 2019, tying for the sixth spot. The program also ranked second for best online master's in nursing programs for veterans.