Rutgers nursing concludes its first international continuing care residency program
November 2018 | Rutgers School of Nursing
When 17 nurse managers were recruited to become leadership in a new continuing care retirement community (CCRC) in Southeast China, little did they know where their recruitment would take them.
Managing High Blood Pressure in Diabetics May Prevent Life-Threatening Organ Damage
October 2018 | Rutgers Today
A Rutgers study suggests that extremely high blood pressure, not just diabetes, is responsible for severe organ damage due to hypertensive emergencies in African-Americans with diabetes
Rutgers Expert Available to Discuss Challenges Facing LGBT Community in Romania
October 2018 | Newswise
Rutgers scholar Corina Lelutiu-Weinberger, an expert on LGBTQ health in Romania, can provide insight and analysis on the structural discrimination of the LGBT community in Romania, specifically as it relates to their health and the rising incidence of HIV.
Rutgers doctoral students honored with Jonas Nurse Scholar awards
October 2018 | Rutgers School of Nursing
The scholarships will support two PhD in Nursing students in their research studies from 2018 to 2020.
Rutgers School of Nursing receives best school award from American Association of Men in Nursing
September 2018 | Rutgers School of Nursing
Recognized for its significant efforts in recruiting and retaining men in nursing, Rutgers nursing shines as a top nursing school in 2018.
From Japan to Jersey, nursing students arrive for disaster training
August 2018 | Rutgers School of Nursing
Japanese nursing students impacted by massive 2011 earthquake and tsunami joined Rutgers School of Nursing for disaster nursing training.
Nurse leader shares insight into the fight against HIV/AIDS in Tanzania
July 2018 | Rutgers School of Nursing
Stephen Kibusi, dean of the School of Nursing and Public Health at the University of Dodoma visited Rutgers School of Nursing to discuss his research and the state of the HIV/AIDS crisis in Tanzania.
In Memoriam: Dr. Dorothy J. DeMaio,
1927 – 2018
July 2018 | Rutgers School of Nursing
Professor and Dean Emerita Dorothy DeMaio, EdD, RN, FAAN passed away on July 7, 2018. She was a distinguished nurse leader who leaves a legacy of extraordinary contributions to nursing education at Rutgers, where she served nearly 33 years.
Gun safety programs for kids make parents feel safe having guns at home. But they don't work
June 2018 | NBC News
Telling your children not to touch something isn’t a good way to keep their hands out of a cookie jar, let alone a gun safe.
Rutgers scholar: Parents are first line of defense in children's gun safety
May 2018 | Star-Ledger, NJ.com
United States citizens live in a gun culture. Children are, by nature, curious. These two facts form a deadly combination.
Gun safety training with firearms offered to kids
May 2018 | NJ.com
Video: Children are being offered gun safety training using real firearms. Many argue that it is not an effective method.
Does teaching kids gun safety work? Here's what Rutgers study found
May 2018 | Star-Ledger
If you tell a child never to pick up a gun, especially when an adult isn't around, they'll listen, won't they?
Community Outreach Palliative Care
April 2018 | Magic 98.3/Community Outreach Podcast
Guest: Judy Barbiero Ph.D., Associate Clinical Professor
Everything I Need in One Place
May 2018 | The Progressive
This article cites Rutgers Community Health Center and describes other health centers throughout the U.S.
Gun Safety Programs Do Not Prevent Children from Handling Firearms, Rutgers Study Finds
May 2018 | Rutgers Today
Findings suggest that children do not retain safety skills when encountering a firearm in a real-world scenario
Spreading awareness about colorectal cancer
March 2018 |
In the month of March, the Rutgers School of Nursing chapter of the American Association of Men in Nursing (AAMN) is doing its part in promoting Colorectal Cancer Awareness and helping to educate the community about the risks and signs of this disease.
Social Inequities and Poor Health
February 2018 | Rutgers Magazine
New initiative will prepare nurses to better serve people by recognizing social determinants and their impact on patients' well-being.
Preventing HIV: Rutgers Experts Raise Awareness of Treatment
January 2018 | Rutgers Today
Health officials are urging people at risk for HIV to take a daily pill that provides near-total protection against transmission
Barnabas Health and Rutgers School of Nursing to Co-host "Hope and Resilience at the End of Life" Educational Conference
January 2018 | News Release
In March 2018, Barnabas Health Hospice/VNA of Central Jersey Hospice and the Rutgers University School of Nursing will co-host an educational end-of-life conference, "Hope and Resilience at the End-of-Life." The program will be held on Wednesday and Thursday, March 7 and 8, at the Hyatt Regency, located at 2 Albany Street in New Brunswick.