(L to R) Arlene Spark, Linda Perez, Karren Liebert, Steven Baumann, Donna Nickitas
Congratulation to Dr. Karren Liebert on a successful dissertation defense titled, Weight Loss Maintenance Women's Experience During Perimenopause, at the Graduate Center on Friday October 14,... Read more
(L to R) Keville Frederickson, Diana Mason, Randy Gross, Donna Nickitas, Barbara Montero, Michael Chattalas
Congratulation!!! to Dr. Gross on a successful dissertation defense titled, "Warmth and Competence Traits: Perceptions of Female and Male Nurse Stereotypes" at the Graduate Center on Friday... Read more
GC Nursing Program Alumni Marie Giordano (cohort 1) dissertation research results were published in the American Journal of Nursing (AJN) August 2016 edition. Read more
PhDc Catherine Mbewe, MS RN publishes," Cultural competency isn't just for patients." Nurisng Made Incredibly Easy!; September/October 2016- Volume 14- Issue 5- p 12-14
Tammie Brodie and Donna Nickitas
Congratulations!!! to Dr. Tammie Brodie on successfully defending her dissertation titled, "African American Male Veterans' Illness Representations and Reported Self-Management Practices of... Read more
Scott Kaye, PhDc.
Congratulations!! to Scott Kaye, (cohort 9) on being selected as a Herman Biggs Health Policy Scholar. In addition, he attained his FACHE credentials. Read more
S. Brillhart, Nursing Alumni, June 13'
This months article in New Jersey Monthly features Nursing Alumni Susan Brillhart. Click here to access the full article. Read more
Nursing Student Grace Ng shares her new publication, 'The Safety Dance": A Faculty Development Workshop Partnering IPE and Patient Safety Initiatives Using Simulation-Based Education.
Congratulation to Dr. Barbara DiCicco- Bloom for her recent publication, "The benefits of respectful interactions: fluid alliancing and inter-occupational information sharing in primary care." For the full article in Sociology of Health and Illness, click here.