GW Nursing faculty members continue to serve as influential voices in the national health care community with Dr.
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.
Google “Can a man be a …” and the top autofill responses are widow, feminist, witch, midwife and nurse.
Now in its third year, GW Nursing’s Veterans to BSN initiative is modeled around building community and veterans supporting each other.
October is the season for pumpkin spice everything, falling leaves, warm jackets and … flu vaccines?
Through a grant from The Preeclampsia Foundation, three GW Nursing professors are working to enable mothers to live longer, healthier lives
Each year over 650,000 cancer patients undergo chemotherapy according to the Center for Disease Control. The treatment, while life-saving, often leaves patients in severe pain.
With a background in public health, Associate Professor Ellen Kurtzman’s research may be a bit non-traditional for a school of nursing, but it emphasizes the key role interdisciplinary collaboration plays.
Not all vital health care research is conducted by people with backgrounds in the discipline, demonstrating the importance of interprofessional collaboration to scientific advancement.
To better understand both the supply and demand for Nurse Practitioners (NPs) nationwide, faculty members from GW Nursing in collaboration with the GW Health Workforce Institute are piloting a first-of-its-kind study.
Dr. Mercedes Echevarria joins GW this fall as an Associate Professor and Assistant Dean of the DNP program. She comes to GW Nursing from Rutgers University, where she served as associate dean of Advanced Nursing Practice. Under her leadership, the school was ranked within the top 20 best graduate nursing programs in the nation by U.S. News & World Report in 2017.
All nurses help people, but GW Nursing graduate Brittany Key serves as many patients’ last chance.