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UC Nurse Scientists Boost Development of Quality Care
From their early days as "handmaidens" to a then patriarchal medical profession, nurses have long since assumed significant, decision-making roles on what is now a multidisciplinary health care delivery team.
Nurses' Unique Skills Translate Science into Care
Associate Professor Terry Beery, PhD, RN, is one of a growing number of nurses combining their hospital-based training with laboratory research to improve patient care.
Farewell to "Air Care Guru" Dan Storer
More than 100 friends and colleagues honored the memory of Daniel L. Storer, MD, at a service Oct. 12 in Kresge Auditorium.
NIH Validates Nurses' Research Role
As nursing evolved--from just following a physician's instructions and keeping the patient comfortable, to playing a decision-making role--demand grew for data that demonstrated the profession's contribution to quality care and patient satisfaction.
New Data Registry Seeks to Prevent Breast Cancer
A major survey has begun in the Greater Cincinnati area that may help prevent breast cancer by closing an information gap.
UC Provides Free Breast and Cervical Screening
Ohio women aged 40 and over with limited income or insufficient health insurance could be eligible for free breast and cervical cancer screening, thanks to UC's Breast and Cervical Cancer Project (BCCP).
Degen Oversees UC Research Strategy
Sandra J. Degen, PhD, has been appointed acting vice president for research for the University of Cincinnati.
UC Medical Center Announces New PR Director
The UC Medical Center has announced the appointment of Richard A. Puff as its new director of Public Relations and Communications.
UC and Health Alliance Partner to Recruit Nurses
UC College of Nursing and the Health Alliance have entered a three-year agreement to help recruit nurses.
Dr. Kelly Receives President's Quality Service Award
Elizabeth Kelly, MD, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, has received a President's Quality Service Award from UC.
New Master's Program in Drug Development
The College of Pharmacy has created a new master's-level degree program specializing in drug development.
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