IUSON: A Legacy of Leadership
Points of Pride
Sheri Robb (left) and Amanda Henley (right) were recently featured on American Music Therapy Association's (AMTA) podcast series called AMTA-Pro podcast. Robb and Henley share some unexpected findings from the Music Play pilot study. Read more »
Congratulations to Dean Robin Newhouse, recently named distinguished professor. This is the highest academic rank the university bestows upon faculty. Newhouse is one of nine newly appointed distinguished professors. She will speak at the Distinguished Professor Symposium on April 17th at Hine Hall on the IUPUI campus. This symposium formally recognizes the honored professors.
IUSON Faculty Awards Committee is proud to announce the 2017 Trustees Teaching Award recipients: Amy Wonder, PhD, RN, Judy Young RN, DNP, RN, CNE, and Rebecca Ellis, PhD, RN. Congratulations!
Second degree students enrolled in the BSN program went to the Indianapolis Museum of Art for their B334 Transitions in Care of Families and Communities course. Using a teaching method called Visual Thinking Strategies, these students are able to increase their observational skills and improve communication skills while discussing works of art. Meg Moorman, their teacher, has focused her scholarship around Visual Thinking Strategies in undergraduate and graduate education.
IUSON faculty and staff heard remarks from Dean Robin Newhouse and Novell Graves at the kick-off event for the 2017 IUPUI Campus Campaign. Through this tradition of philanthropic giving, IUPUI continues to grow, offering students a transformative education on a thriving campus. Read more »
Congratulations to Dr. Claire Draucker. Draucker was named a 2017 Prestigious External Award Recognition (PEAR) recipient by the IUPUI Office of Academic Affairs. PEAR awards provide an opportunity to acknowledge faculty who have been recognized by a national or international professional organization for their academic achievements. She received the Living Legend Award, International Society of Psychiatric Nursing in 2016
Distinguished Professor Symposium at IUPUI
This is the second in a series of events featuring presentations from two of IU's n... Read More »
Deadilne to submit your IUSON scholarship applications is 11:59 on Wednesday, April 19, 2017.
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Indiana University School of Nursing master's and DNP programs rank #1 in state of Indiana.
Scholar named for Woltman Endowed Fellowship in Health Communications
Rebecca Critser has been selected as the recipient of the Richard and Kaye Woltman Endowed Fellowship in Health Communications for the 2017-2018 academic year. The Fellowship enables a graduate student interested in palliative and end-of-life communications to gain a greater understanding of the strategies to improve communication with seriously ill patients and their loved ones.
Study to examine involving teens at high risk for HIV in prevention trials
The multi-site study will explore key issues concerning the requirement that teens obtain parental permission to participate in HIV prevention trials. According to Dr. Knopf, HIV infection rates underscore the need to better understand these issues in order to improve recruitment and enrollment of teens at high risk for HIV in biomedical prevention trials.
Nursing researcher to examine if brain training helps combat memory loss in heart failure patients
The National Institutes of Health has awarded a $2.5 million grant to Susan Pressler, PhD, RN, FAAN, FAHA, for a study that will examine whether computerized cognitive training exercises can improve memory and quality of life for heart failure patients. Heart failure is a prevalent condition, affecting 5.1 million Americans, and is associated with increased mortality and hospitalizations and poor quality of life.