A new study at the UW seeks to find out how walking exercise will benefit people who have an implantable cardioverter defibrillator (ICD).
A top hospital administrator, a pioneering sleep researcher, a pediatric nurse and a dean emeritus will be honored for their significant work as nurse leaders and volunteers at the UW School of Nursing’s annual Nurses Recognition Banquet on May 7.
UW School of Nursing doctoral student Carey McCarthy has been has been named one of this year’s three Lambarene Schweitzer Public Health Fellows by The Albert Schweitzer Fellowship.
Four women will be recognized for their work as nurse-leaders and volunteers at the UW School of Nursing’s annual Nurses Recognition Banquet today.
EDITOR’S NOTE: Nancy Woods has been a faculty member of the UW School of Nursing since 1978.
Marie-Annette Brown, professor of family and child nursing at the UW School of Nursing, is the recipient of the school’s new Group Health Endowed Nursing Professorship in Chronic Illness Care, Dean Nancy Woods announced last week.
The UW School of Nursing honored outstanding nurses and volunteers at its 2007 annual Nurses Recognition Banquet May 10 at the W Hotel in Seattle.
Group Health Cooperative has endowed a new professorship at the UW School of Nursing, Dean Nancy Woods announced this week.
How caregivers of those with dementia can improve quality of life for themselves and their patients or loved ones is the topic of the School of Nursing’s annual de Tornyay Center for Healthy Aging Spring Lecture on Thursday, May 3, from 3 to 4 p.