Together with a graduate of UTHealth’s Doctor of Nursing Practice program, Dr. Joanne V. Hickey, holder of the Patricia L. Starck/PARTNERS Professorship in Nursing, is co-editor and a chapter contributor for a wide-ranging new book that covers every part of current stroke care and upcoming innovations.
UTHealth School of Nursing’s Dr. Jing Wang (pictured at left) will be a final ingredient in what TEDMED calls “the secret sauce” in vetting its annual scientific program and speakers. TEDMED is the independently owned and operated health and medicine edition of the world-famous TED conference, “dedicated to ideas worth spreading.” TED Talks have been viewed online over two billion times around the world.
A new three-year grant awarded to Dr. Diane Santa Maria (pictured at left) will fund study of a parent-based adolescent sexual health intervention, using UTHealth nursing students as community health educators among parents of underserved minority youth. Findings from a collaborative Santa Maria project called YouthCount 2.0! came out May 13 and the report now is available online.
Instructor in Clinical Nursing Michael F. Brown (pictured at left), Department of Family Health, has won a $132,591, one-year grant from the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board (THECB) that will be used to considerably expand the instructional capacity of UTHealth School of Nursing’s pediatric human patient simulators in the undergraduate curriculum.
An experienced RN and current UTHealth student explains the benefits of getting an advanced degree in Nursing Informatics.