Washington, D.C., has some of the highest rates of breast cancer mortality among black women. Experts know that lack of screening isn’t the cause.
The pursuit of higher education and advanced degrees requires some sacrifice — time and money, at least.
Adriana Glenn, Ph.D., RN, was inspired to become a nurse after watching “Julia,” a late 1960’s sitcom starring Diahann Carroll.
Karen Drenkard, Ph.D., RN, NEA-BC, FAAN starts as GW Nursing’s inaugural associate dean for clinical practice and community engagement Oct. 4.
Janice Ouellette compares her role at GW Nursing to that of a Christmas elf.
Compassion fatigue, characterized by lack of engagement, apathy and negative feelings, is a common complaint among nurses in fields such as oncology and emergency medicine. But for obstetric (OB) nurses, the data is less clear. Linda Cassar, D.N.P., RNC-OB, C.N.E., hopes to change that.
GW Nursing partners with Universidad Hispanoamericana for this global experience.