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CUSON-Led American Board of Comprehensive Care Receives National Accreditation
Sarah Rives, RN, CUSON student, appointed co-chair of CoSMO.
Kristine Kulage Named Co-editor of NCURA
Important Lecture, December 12
CUSON Researchers Release Important New Findings
Columbia University receives CDC funding to train minority students in public health
Dr. Sarah Collins winner of Harriet H. Werley Award
Dr. Elaine Larson to Moderate Webinar on Infection Control
Dr. Jacqueline Merrill Appointed to NQF Committee
Dr. Larson to Receive NINR Director's Lectureship Award.
Drs. Byrne and Goshin quoted in the press on recent study that they co-authored
CUSON alumna Patricia Dykes elected Fellow of American College of Medical Informatics
Dr. Lusine Poghosyan Awarded AHRQ Grant
Faculty Members Honig and John First to Complete New Certification
Dr. Elaine Larson to speak at Rockefeller University
Dr. Pat Stone Appointed to Centennial Chair
Columbia Nursing faculty and alumni well represented at NYP Research Conference on October 13
DNP Alumna to Present at Symposium
Kathleen Hickey new president-elect of ISONG
Student Kirsten Balogh Awarded AANP Fellowship
Korean Nurses Visit SON
Dean Berkowitz and Drs. Larson and Smith visit Israel
New Faculty Members
Columbia Alum New President-elect of AANA
Faculty, staff and students at the 3rd Annual Hip Hop Health Summit at the Schomberg Center in Harlem.
Nurse Midwifery Students Win Video Prize
PhD Student Annie Rohan Awarded March of Dimes Scholarship
Dr. Elizabeth Cohn Receives New Appointment
Dr. Haomiao Jia promoted to Associate Professor of Clinical Biostatistics (Nursing)
Dr. Kathleen Hickey elected to American Academy of Nursing.
CUSON Alum Dr. Patricia Aikins Murphy awarded the 2011 Dorothea M. Lang Pioneer Award from the A.C.N.M. Foundation.
Center for Evidence-based Practice Symposium June 3
Center for Health Policy Lecture on May 31
School of Nursing to Have Large Presence at Fall DNP Conference
Alpha Zeta Chapter of Sigma Theta Tau Induction Ceremony
SON Alum in National Nursing Public Service Announcement
Dr. Suzanne Bakken Delivers Lecture at Yale
SON Alumna, Hussein Tahan, Appointed Director of Nursing Education and Research at NYPH
Dr. Patricia Stone New Head of PhD Program
Dean Bobbie Berkowitz Receives Many New Honors
Patricia L. Riley '76 to receive Hasselmeyer Award for Research Initiatives
Faculty Member Norma Hannigan, DNP to deliver address in France
Columbia's Jonas Scholars
Nancy Reame's editorial in the
North American Menopause Society Journal
Elaine Larson Honored
Honors for Center for Children and Families
Dr. Mary Byrne Receives Joint Appointment
PhD Faculty Honored at ENRS
Dr. Laura Ardizzone to Speak in China
Students Win Prize at ENRS Conference
Assistant Professor of Nursing, Kathleen T. Hickey has received a $1.1M 5-year multi-site grant funded by the NINR and NHLBI of the NIH.
Alum to Receive Prestigious Award
Cheryl Murray-Francis Honored for Women's History Month
Sen. Edward M. Kennedy’s Widow, Son Attend Celebration of Health Policy Chair Named in His Honor
Anesthesia Program Student Honors
Alumna and student Merika Goldstein named Nurse of Excellence.
New York Academy of Nursing New Fellows
PAHO/WHO re-designated the School of Nursing as a PAHO/WHO Collaborating Center for Advanced Practice Nursing for a period of four years
New Fellows for NYAM
Dr. Mary Huang Receives Loan Repayment Grant
SON Alum Patricia Dykes, DNSc in JAMA
Four CUSON faculty promoted to Associate Professor.
Professors Bakken, Larson, and Stone win award for article.
New Award for Robert Lucero, PhD
Florence Nightingale Exhibit at HHS
Kristine Kulage and Ruth Torres article on Pre and Post Award Relationships is published in the September NCURA
Arlene Smaldone, DNSc New Article
Suzanne Bakken Wins Pathfinder Award
PhD student Olivia Velez accepted to American Medical Informatics Association Doctoral Consortium on Sociotechnical Issues in Medical Informatics
Faculty member, Robert Lucero, PhD, recipient of NIH loan repayment grant.
Jonas Nurse Leaders Scholar Program
2010 Post Docs
CUSON welcomes its First Four Graduates of the PhD Program
Professor Richard Garfield
Faculty Receive Awards at Graduation
Sally Stone'69 Receives Columbia University Alumni Medal
Patricia Dykes, RN, DNSc '04 Elected into American Academy of Nursing
Dr. Pat Stone Awarded $2.1 Million Research Grant
Elaine Larson Appointment
Eastern Nursing Research Society
Center for Health Policy Conference
Kathleen Hickey, EdD and Tracy Andrews, DNP student, selected to attend prestigious workshop.
Bobbie Berkowitz Named School of Nursing's New Dean
Latest News from CUSON Team in Haiti
CUSON Responds to Crisis in Haiti
Faculty Elected to National Academies of Practice, Nursing
CUSON won both nursing awards at the American Medical Informatics Association annual symposium
Richard Garfield, DrPH Appointed CDC Advisor
Dr. Anita Nirenberg Awarded NIA grant
New Contributing Editor at NCURA Magazine
Kathleen Hickey Named Robert Wood Johnson Foundation ‘Nurse Faculty Scholar’. Genetics Researcher Working with Cardiac Patients is Selected for Prestigious Program to Advance Careers of the Nation’s Most Promising Junior Nurse Faculty
PhD Student awarded AHRQ Dissertation Honor
Faculty and Alumna Meet in Taiwan
PhD Student Annie Rohan Wins Writing Award
Two New Grants
Interdisciplinary Research Course Offered
Strengthening Nurse Training in South Africa
New Research Grants and News
Dr. Elaine Larson secures new multi-million dollar grant.
Dr. Sarah Collins to be National Library of Medicine post-doc.
The School of Nursing received its first economic stimulus grant
Sarah Inez Garza is a recipient of the 2008-2009 National Hispanic Health Professional Student Scholarship
Mary Byrne, Jennifer Dohrn, and Anne Peirce among the 1st fellows of the Glenda Garvey Teaching Academy
Elaine Larson receives funding for the Center for Interdisciplinary Research on Antimicrobial Resistence (CIRAR)
Drs. Pat Stone, Elaine Larson, Sherry Glied and Lisa Saiman have received an AHRQ conference grant entitled, "Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) Changes in Reimbursement for Hospital-Acquired Infections (HAIs): Setting a Research Agenda"
Patricia Stone, PhD and Monika Pogorzelska, project coordinator, selected for major awards at the June meeting of the Association for Professionals in Infection Control and Epidemiology
Patricia Stone, PhD named 2009 the Distinguished Nurse Researcher by the New York State Nurses Association
Patricia Stone, PhD appointed Director of the Center for Health Policy at the School of Nursing
PhD students Kelli Hall, Sharron Close, Sarah Collins, Pam de Cordova, and Roberta Salveson named recipients of Sigma Theta Tau awards
PhD student Kelli Hall received a Research Fellowship Award (F31) from the NIH National Institute of Nursing Research
Nurse Anesthesia Team Travels to Ecuador
The Nurse Midwifery Program students won the 2009 annual American Council of Nurse Midwives student video contest.
Center for Interdisciplinary Research to Reduce Antimicrobial Resistance under the extraordinary direction of Elaine Larson, PhD, has achieved an amazing record of funding success.
Patricia Stone, PhD awarded $362,331 funding from the Blue Shield of California Foundation to conduct a research project entitled, "Understanding the Changing Infection Control Practitioner (ICP) Role"
Patricia Stone, PhD and her research team have received official notice of the 2-year $299,990 funding from RWJF Interdisciplinary Nursing Quality Research Initiative
Joyce Anastasi awarded $400,000 to develop and offer a subspecialty master's degree program in Herbs, Nutraceuticals and Supplements
Graduation - Read Dean Mary Mundinger's remarks about this year's Second Century recipients, Barbara and Donald Jonas and Karen Ignagni
Kristine M. Gebbie, RN, DrPH, has received the 2008 Balderson Lifetime Public Health Leadership Award from the National Public Health Leadership Development Network.
Rita John, DNP, named as a Fellow in the Glenda Garvey Teaching Academy
Jonas Center for Nursing Excellence awarded Columbia University School of Nursing one of the first four grants in its groundbreaking $2.5 million Jonas Nursing Scholars program
THE WALL STREET JOURNAL The Informed Patient, by Laura Landro Making Room for "Dr. Nurse" April 2, 2008; Page D1
Columbia University School of Nursing is Silver Grantor for the 20th Annual Eastern Nursing Research Society Scientific Sessions, March 27-29, 2008.
Elaine Larson received the 2008 ENRS' Distinguished Contribution to Nursing Research Award
Kristine Gebbie was selected to receive the United Hospital Fund's 2008 Distinguished Trustee Award
Elaine Larson will receive a 2008 GE Healthcare-AACN Pioneering Spirit Award
Unanimous approval by Columbia University Senate for the School of Nursing's proposal to establish a PhD program.
Elaine Larson, PhD, awarded a one-year, $45,000 grant by the 3M Corporation
Honor Society of Nursing bestows prestigious Audrey Hepburn Award to prison nursery advocate Dr. Mary Byrne
Kristine Gebbie won a $390,000 award from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
Carrie Lyn Sammarco, DrNP '07, is the recipient of the John Dystel Nursing Fellowship in Multiple Sclerosis
The National Institute of Nursing Research has awarded Columbia University School of Nursing $2,362,211 to continue the Center for Evidence-based Practice (CEBP) in the Underserved, led by Suzanne Bakken, Principal Investigator, for an additional 5 years
Suzanne Bakken, DNSc and Kathleen Hickey, EdD received awards for their proposals in the planning phase of the Irving Institute's Interdisciplinary Pilot Award for studies in Clinical and Translational Research
Patricia Stone, PhD, MPH, funded by AHRQ, to conduct a study entitled, "Exploratory Study Using Queueing Theory to Improve Nurse Staffing Effectiveness"
Patricia Stone, PhD, MPH has been awarded $1.5 million for "Prevention of Nosocomial Infections and Cost-Effectiveness Analysis."
Dr. Richard M. Garfield has been appointed by the World Health Organization as the director of the first international office for assessing and responding to humanitarian needs in crisis countries.
CUSON is the recipient of three generous Gifts & Endowments
TRANSFORM traineeships awarded to School of Nursing DNSc students.
Mary Byrne named to the Stone Foundation and Elise D Fish Professorship in Clinical Health Care for the Underserved
Mary Byrne is the first recipient ever of the annual Emily Fenichel Award for Leadership in the Zero-to-Three Field in New York
Suzanne Bakken, DNSc, has received a $895,425 grant from the National Institute of Nursing Research for pre and post-doctoral training.
Penelope Buschman, Marlene McHugh, and Anita Nirenberg selected to receive a Glenda Garvey Teaching Academy grant
Dr. Joyce K. Anastasi, the Helen F. Pettit Professor of Clinical Nursing received the 2007 Presidential Teaching Award for teaching excellence.
Rebekah Ruppe, CNMW to receive the 2007 Excellence in teaching Award from The American College of Nurse Midwive's Foundation
Kathleen Hickey, FNP, EdD to receive the Glenda Garvey Teaching Academy educational grant for her project "REAL: Remote Electronic Arrythmia Learning."
BS/MS students Mindy Banker, Jocelyn Harris, Dorothy Hopton, Julia McBee, and Jessica Skelton won the best student poster award at the Eastern Nursing Research Symposium (ENRS)
Leanne Currie, R.N., DNSc, assistant professor, School of Nursing, and Arlene Smaldone, DNSc, CPNP, CDE, assistant professor, School of Nursing, join Glenda Garvey Teaching Academy at CUMC.
DNSc student Rebecca Schnall, RN, MPH, MBA has won the American College of Legal Medicine's 2007 Hirsch Award for Outstanding Writing
Rebecca Schnall appointed to the Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association (JAMIA) Student Editorial Board. This journal is the most prestigious in the field.
2003 - 2006
School of Nursing awarded a grant from the Stavros Niarchos Foundation for $500,000
Jennifer Dohrn, in collaboration with the University of KwaZulu Natal in Durban, South Africa strengthen the education and ongoing evaluation of advanced midwifery training.
Kristine Gebbie, RN, DrPH, has been named to the Health Policy Advisory Committee for Eliott Spitzer's transition office
Rose Nadler Schefer Memorial Endowment Scholarship Fund transferred to Columbia University School of Nursing
American Medical Informatics Association Announces Suzanne Bakken, RN, DNSc as 2006 Virginia K. Saba Informatics Award Recipient
Suzanne Bakken, DNSc received a National Library of Medicine grant
COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF NURSING WINS COMPUTERWORLD HONORS AWARD FOR SYBASE MOBILE SOLUTION
Recent DNSc Graduate, Jacqueline Merrill Awarded 2-Year Pfizer Fellowship
DNSc student, Carolynn A. Bitzer, MSN, FNP, was selected as the ENRS 2006 student presentation winner
Richard Garfield, DrPH, led a team from Canada and Switzerland, to Sudan to perform preliminary survey work
Laura Zeidenstein, CNM, DrNP receives the 2006 Excellence in Teaching Award
Columbia sets the standard DrNP: Clinical Doctorate in Nursing
Columbia University Receives New York State Regents Approval for First-Ever Clinical Doctorate in Nursing
Elaine Larson elected to Society of Scholars at Johns Hopkins University
School of Nursing students, Ursula Baldoceda and Maryelena Vargas, win scholarships in medicine, dentistry, nursing, public health and public policy
Columbia University School of Nursing Receives Macy Grant
Dr. Mary Byrne Awarded $1.5M by NINR
Joyce Anastasi Appointed to the Helen Pettit Endowed Associate Clinical Professorship
Suzanne Bakken DNSc, RN, FAAN has been appointed to The Alumni Chair
Kristine Gebbie Receives Ruth B. Freeman Award
Bequests Totaling $5.4 Million Received by School of Nursing
Patty Dykes Wins Health Information Management Systems Society (HIMSS) Doctoral Scholarship
DrNP Approved (see the news clip from Eyewitness News)
Dr. Joyce Anastasi awarded $2.5 million from NINR
Jennifer Dohrn, Assistant Professor of Clinical Nursing to present the keynote address on International AIDS Day in Mpumalanga, South Africa
Columbia DrNP student wins one of five AACN/Monster.com scholarships
"Is There a Doctor in the House"
Wall Street Journal, Monday, October 11, 2004
C250 Celebrates Your Columbians: Kristine Gebbie, DrP
Melissa DeCardi: Overcoming Poverty May Conquer AIDS in South Africa
Video: Richard Garfield: Intervention Can Reduce Disruption of Life, Economy Caused by International Conflicts
New JAMA Article: Dean Mundinger Repsonds to Challenges Facing Family Practice and Primary Care
Video: Mary O'Neil Mundinger, DrPH: Primary Care a Promising Field for Advanced Practice
Video: Richard Garfield: Iraqi Sanctions
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