Spring 2010

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  • Meet our Researchers
    Karen Davis, MS, RN, NEA-BC Sharon L. Kozachik, PhD, RN Deborah Gross, DSNc, RN, FAAN Devid A. Boley II, MS, ANP-BC Karen Davis, MS, RN, NEA-BC PhD Candidate Areas of Specialty: Intensive Care and Nursing Administration Why is Nursing Research Important? The results from nurse-led research studies have been the impetus for a transformation in nursing practice and have provided the foundation for evidence-based ...
  • Making Research Relevant
    by Geoff Brown Illustration by Jesse Kuhn Exceptional patient care has its roots in evidence-based practice Show me the Evidence Cooperating Across Disciplines Translating Knowledge for a Community Improved Care a “Big Success” Johns Hopkins Nursing Evidence-Based Practice Model Guides Research Translation Around the Globe Profile: Mary Terhaar, DNSc, RN Profile: Brett Morgan, DNP ’09, CRNA Profile: Andrea Parsons Schram, MS, RN, FNP-BC Exceptional patient care ...
  • A Curious Mind
    Patients, providers, and communities find healing thanks to the nurses who ask “why?” By Geoff Brown Illustration by Jesse Kuhn In a glass-walled conference room overlooking the grounds of the storied National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, MD, Patricia Grady, PhD, RN – a long-time researcher in stroke and neurological disorders, and director of the National Institute of ...
  • Discover A Better Way to Care
    Exploring uncharted territory, researchers are blazing a path to better nursing practice. By Geoff Brown Illustration by Jesse Kuhn Fridays were not the easiest days for research at one particular South African hospital, explains School of Nursing PhD student Carrie Tudor, MPH, BS ’08, RN. That’s because Friday was the day when the patients in the drug-resistant ...
 

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