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Lucero Receives Grant to Partner with UF Health

Associate Professor Robert Lucero, Ph.D., R.N., F.A.A.N.,  will direct a project funded by the  UF Health Shands Board Quasi Endowment Fund for 2016. The project is Strengthening the UF Health Nursing Academic Partnership Phase III: Generating Practice-based Evidence for Quality Improvement. The purpose of this project is to extend the…

Schentrup Selected for Prestigious Leadership Program

Clinical Associate Professor Denise Schentrup has been accepted as a Duke-Johnson & Johnson Nurse Leadership Program fellow of 2016-17. This year-long program includes participation in three leadership development retreats, distance learning session, and commitment to implement a transformational health project. Schentrup is the Associate Dean for Clinical Affairs at the…

Pieper Honored as Fellow of AANP

Clinical Associate Professor Pamela Pieper, PhD, ARNP has been named a fellow of the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners.  The purpose of the AANP Fellows is to impact national and global health by engaging recognized nurse practitioners to lead new initiatives and support the AANP mission. Pieper will officially be…

Citty Bridges Education, Research and Patient Care

Sandra Citty, a clinical assistant professor in the College of Nursing. A step toward better health Nursing professor working to improve processes regarding nutritional supplements By Veronica Garcia Sandra Wolfe Citty, Ph.D., R.N., ARNP-BC, has been involved in health care from the start. Her parents owned a medical transcription…

Faculty Receive the 2016 SNRS Research in Nursing and Health Authorship Award

Several College of Nursing faculty authored a paper which recently received the 2016 Southern Nursing Research Society’s Research in Nursing and Health Authorship Award. The lead author was Assistant Professor Brian Ahn,  and co-authors included Joyce Stechmiller, Associate Professor and Department Chair, Debra Lyon, Kirbo Endowed Chair and Executive Associate…

Ahn Selected for SNRS Early Investigator Award

Assistant Professor Brian Ahn, PhD, ARNP was selected for the Southern Nursing Research Society’s 2016 Early Investigator Award. The SNRS Early Science Investigator Award seeks to recognize the contributions of a nurse scientist early in her/his research career, who shows potential to develop a sustained program of research to enhance nursing science and practice.