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Men make up nearly 14% of Columbia School of Nursing students and are choosing the field for the intellectual satisfaction, professional autonomy, growth, and flexibility that it provides.
Fellows of the American Academy of Nursing are the most accomplished leaders in education, management, practice, and research.
Members of the Columbia Nursing community are playing key roles in an effort to sharply reduce documentation burden on U.S. clinicians.
Nurses represent the largest segment of the health care workforce and are uniquely positioned to have a profound impact in reducing health disparities among LGBTQ+ people.
- May 12, 2022
Dean Frazier rang the closing bell of Nasdaq to celebrate Nurses Day, and Columbia Nursing students shared their inspirational stories with the national media.
- March 17, 2022
The program will prepare nurse practitioners and physician assistants to provide affirming health care to transgender and non-binary individuals.
- March 3, 2022
Black and Hispanic nursing home residents are more likely than their white counterparts to live in facilities that provide fewer palliative care services, a study from Columbia Nursing shows.
- September 21, 2021
Columbia's Primary Care Nurse Practitioner Group celebrated five years of serving the Washington Heights community, including nearly 42,000 patient visits and almost 1,500 house calls to date.
- August 25, 2021
The American Academy of Nursing has named five School of Nursing faculty—Kellie Bryant, Amanda Hessels, Ana Kelly, Allison Norful, and Sarah Rossetti—to its 2021 Class of Fellows.
- June 16, 2021
The new center builds on the school’s long-standing commitment to LGBTQ health and will study health among sexual and gender minority populations across the lifespan, with an emphasis on resilience.