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University of Arizona College of Nursing Clinical Assistant Professor Janine Hinton, PhD, MN, RN, CHSE, has been selected through competitive application for the National League for Nursing’s year-long Leadership Development Program for Simulation Educators.
On Thursday, April 11, first-year University of Arizona College of Nursing PhD student Rhea DeCoteau, MSN, RN, CDE, was awarded the Ann M. Voda American Indian/Alaskan Native/First Nation Conference Award at the Western Institute of Nursing’s annual Communicating Nursing Research Conference.
Dr. Jennifer Sonney earned her PhD from the University of Arizona College of Nursing in 2015. She recently won $10,000 when she was the champion at the University of Washington's annual Nursing Shark Tank, a game-show-styled competition where nurse researchers try to convince audience members to give them the funding necessary to turn their projects into reality.
On April 9, Mary Koithan, PhD, CNS-BC, FAAN, associate dean for student support and community engagement and Anne Furrow Professor of Integrative Nursing at the University of Arizona, received the prestigious 2019 Edith Sayre Auslander Established Visionary Award.
Nursing Systems Leadership student, Ashley Hockins, BSN, RN, RN-MSN, was part of a of an award-winning multi-disciplinary team challenged with designing a wellness community clinic in an existing vacant space in downtown Phoenix.
UA Nursing Assistant Professor, Tracy Crane, PhD, RDN, was one of four junior faculty members selected for the latest round of University of Arizona Health Sciences Career Development Awards.
Take a minute to learn more about the benefits the Peer Mentorship program can have by reading this engaging Q&A with second-semester BSN student and mentee, Maren Bashor, who is interested in becoming a pediatric oncology nurse.
On July 27, Terry Badger, PhD, RN, University of Arizona College of Nursing, will be inducted into Sigma Foundation for Nursing’s 2019 International Researcher Hall of Fame.
“Regardless of what you do in your life, if you don’t try to help people something’s wrong,” says Ishmail Sillah. While obtaining his BS in physiology, he worked part-time as a caregiver for a woman who was so impressed with his skills that she said, “You’re good at this. Have you ever considered going into nursing?”
Sheila Gephart, PhD, RN, and Kimberly Shea, PhD, RN, CHPN, both associate professors at the University of Arizona College of Nursing, have been inducted as fellows into the Western Academy of Nurses.