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Social support may help offset the negative impact that discrimination and gender expectations have on heart disease and stroke risk factors among transgender and gender non-conforming adults.
Leaders from top U.S. nursing schools, nursing organizations, and the National Institutes of Health met to discuss a national health action plan to raise awareness of and improve LGBTQ health.
Palliative care is often associated with the terminally ill, but with the rising incidence of chronic illness, palliative approaches are increasingly used for patients whose deaths may be years away.
With telehealth and house calls, the Columbia nurse practitioners are deploying new services to meet the diverse needs of its patients.
- January 9, 2018
Through research and clinical care, Columbia Nursing is a national leader in efforts to improve health care for LGBT patients at every stage of life.
- June 20, 2017
After a 20-year career as a midwife, Columbia Nursing graduate Sharon Robinson works to advance higher education among underrepresented minorities.
- April 13, 2017
More nurse practitioners are becoming primary care providers, a trend that Columbia Nursing helped begin when the school opened a clinic two decades ago.
- March 16, 2017
Isolation precautions are infrequently used for nursing home residents infected with multidrug-resistant organisms, research from Columbia Nursing shows.
- February 7, 2017
Columbia Nursing's impact on nursing began 125 years ago when it opened its doors in 1892. Visit the school's anniversary website to learn more.
- November 16, 2016
Seniors with diabetes spent less out-of-pocket after the launch of Medicare’s Part D prescription drug benefit, School of Nursing researchers have found.
- June 30, 2016
Citing the changing demands of health care, Columbia University School of Nursing has instituted a new 15-month master’s program.