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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.
- April 8, 2016
Through its pipeline programs, Columbia School of Nursing is raising interest in nursing careers among high school students from underrepresented groups.
- March 3, 2016
Columbia Nursing has been awarded a $2.5 million grant from the Higher Education Capital Matching Grant Program for construction of its new building.
- February 23, 2016
Columbia University's School of Nursing has a new continuing education program to provide specialized learning opportunities for nurses to achieve professional growth and development.
- September 24, 2015
Columbia Nursing interviews Walter Bockting, co-director of the CUMC LGBT Health Initiative, on his world-renowned research on transgender health.
- September 23, 2015
New Columbia Nursing research has identified validated methods to measure health literacy, with a goal of improving health communications with and within Spanish-speaking populations.
- September 22, 2015
Columbia Nursing's e-linc initiative, which aims to eliminate health disparities in elder LGBT population, met its goal of linking 100 patients with LGBT-friendly providers.
- September 1, 2015
A Columbia Nursing professor has been named scholar-in-residence at the National Academies.
- August 10, 2015
Columbia Nursing research shows how recent use of Twitter has revealed its value as a tool for public health officials.
- May 13, 2015
A member of the 2015 graduating class at Columbia Nursing decided to become a nurse after he benefited firsthand from the skills of nurses.