Columbia University School of Nursery
Katie Barnes '89, improves pediatrics in the U.K. by using more advanced practice nurses to expand access to urgent care

Transforming Nursing, Improving Care:
Columbia Nursing Alumna Remakes Pediatrics in the U.K.

When Katie Barnes '89, MPH, RN, CPNP, FFACH, started the Salford Children's Community Partnership (SCCP) in the U.K., children had 10 minute appointments and were often referred to the hospital for further evaluation. More....

Carol Roye '86, recently published a new book on the history of reproductive rights in the U.S.

Columbia Nursing Graduate Shares Insights on Reproductive Rights

As a pediatric nurse practitioner and educator in women’s health, Carol Roye, EdD, CPNP, RN, MS`86, didn’t set out to be an advocate for reproductive rights. more...

Sandy Johanson in 1964

"Nurses Were the Original Mind-Body Experts"

Alumni Profile:
Sandy Johanson '64, PhD, APRN-B

50th Anniversary Reunion Class of 1964 Ambassador

Sandy Johanson has been involved in many of the preparations for this year’s Alumni Reunion as her class celebrates their milestone half century anniversary. more...

Jennifer Dohrn, DNP, CNM, director, Office of Global Initiatives, authored “Building Nurse and Midwifery Capacity in Malawi: A Partnership between the Government of Malawi and the PEPFAR/Nursing Education Partnership Initiative (NEPI),” a chapter in Transforming the Global Health Workforce.

Suzanne Bakken, PhD, RN, FAAN, FACMI, Alumni Professor of the School of Nursing and Professor of Biomedical Informatics; Director, Center for Evidence-based Practice in the Underserved was named a member of Columbia University’s task force created to help the university plan for new scientific advances in the areas of genomics, data science, and the core science and engineering disciplines. more

A Vision for LGBT Health Panel Discussion
Thursday, April 3

Latino Alumni Association of Columbia University El Regresso Reception:
Friday, April 5

The Changing Health Care System and the Future of Nursing
Tuesday, April 8

Alumni Reunion
Friday, May 2

Columbia Primary Care Conference and Expo
Friday, May 9, Saturday, May 10
Free for students, use code “CPCComp”
Alumni, $35 use code “Columbia”

Welcome Breakfast for Accepted Students
Saturday, May 31

A study finding the DSM-5 may significantly reduce autism diagnosis whose lead author was Kristine Kulage, MA, MPH, director, office of scholarship and research development, was covered in multiple outlets including Fox News, The Daily Mail, The Star Ledger, Advance For Nurses, HealthCanal, and Psych Central.

Pat Stone, PhD, RN, FAAN, director of the Center for Health Policy, was quoted in Reuters in how nurse numbers are linked to patient outcomes.

A study authored by Laurie Conway, RN, MS, CIC, PhD candidate, finding that hand hygiene is lacking in many U.S. health care facilities, was covered in multiple outlets including Infection Control Today, Health Day, Nurse Zone, and FierceHealthcare.


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