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Nancy Kavanagh Manister (Nursing Science) was the recipient of the Patricia Chadwick award at the Neuman Systems Model conference in Allentown, Pennsylvania, on June 10. This award recognizes a... Read more
Policy and Politics for Nurses and Other Health Professionals: Advocacy and Action
(Jones and Bartlett, 2010)
Nancy Kavanagh Manister (Nursing Science) received the 2008-2009 Irwin Polishook scholarship from the Belle Zeller Foundation. (posted 1-09)
Alsacia L. Pacsi (Nursing Science) recently published... Read more
Human Centered Nursing: The Foundation of Quality Care
(FA Davis Co., 2008)
2008 Book of the Year Award from the American Journal of Nursing
At a time when the U.S. is facing an acute shortage of nurses, The Graduate Center of the City University of New York has established a new Doctor of Nursing Science (DNS) Degree Program aimed at training nursing educators, as well as researchers and other health care leaders.