- February 7, 2024
Online MSN program ranks number 49 nationally, 34 among public universities, and 18 for veterans
- February 5, 2024
Study recommends supporting school nurses’ vaccination efforts to increase vaccination rates and reduce HPV-related cancers.
- Susan O. Koduah, assistant professor reflects on her time as President of Oncology Nursing Society, Northern Virginia ChapterJanuary 4, 2024
As her term as Chapter President concludes, Susan O. Koduah explains why collaboration was paramount to the success of her presidency.
- August 28, 2023
The final plenary of the National Institute of Justice’s (NIJ) 2023 National Research Conference focused on this important topic. The plenary featured Dr. Katherine Scafide’s research on the use of alternate light sources on various skin tones, which successfully identified the best wavelengths of light to detect bruising in highly pigmented individuals. Her work exemplifies how innovation in scientific research can promote greater equity, and it advances the NIJ’s goals in this area.
- July 19, 2023
Davis will serve a one-year term as leader of the organization that advocates for the role of acute and critical care nurses in the health care system.
- July 7, 2023
Katherine Scafide, associate professor, has been selected to be a Fellow of the American Academy of Nursing. Induction into the Academy honors Scafide’s accomplishments in the field by their colleagues within and outside the profession. Fellows are selected based on their contributions and impact to advance the public’s health.
- June 21, 2023
Associate Professor Kyeung Mi Oh and Interim Director of the School of Nursing Cheryl Oetjen integrated MAT training into Mason’s MSN and DNP curriculum in order to increase the number of clinicians who deliver MAT care.
- MSN: Former faculty Hazel Johnson-Brown featured in a listicle about war-time nurses who changed history.June 2, 2023
14 war-time nurses who changed history
- Wed, 05/31/2023 - 22:10
Dr. Kenneth Frese is Director of Clinical Operations in the School of Nursing. Frese’s research and quality improvement interests are in patient safety, expanding healthcare access, new nurse preparedness and professional identity. Before coming to Mason, Frese was a clinical nurse for 31 years, spanning roles from Practical Nurse to Clinical Nurse Specialist. His experience includes 27 years with Inova primarily in Critical Care, and he has led and collaborated on multiple successful facility and system-wide QI projects.
- MyNorthwest: Dr. Gilbert Gimm is quoted in an article about Washington’s ranking as best state for nursing careersMay 3, 2023
Washington ranks as best state for nursing careers