This partnership between the University of Maryland Medical Center and UMSON promotes innovative opportunities for research, practice, and education to optimize health care outcomes. A formalized structure continues to lead clinical, research, and academic advances in the UM Nursing collaborative effort.
CareFirst provides support to the Governor’s Wellmobile Program within the Clinical Enterprise unit. The purpose of this partnership is to build new models of service linkages that align with health care reform initiatives that advance care and access to the underserved and educate the next generation of nurses.
MedStar Health has partnered with UMSON to support the Clinical Enterprise unit, the Governor’s Wellmobile Program. The partnership continues to provide clinical sites and practicum experience for our students at MedStar hospitals. In addition, the partnership includes professional development programming and research studies.
Holy Cross provides clinical instructors and multiple clinical sites for UMSON students, especially those at the Universities of Shady Grove. UMSON provides faculty expertise and support to Holy Cross nursing in development of evidence-based practice initiatives.
UMSON’s relationship with Sinai Hospital has involved many years of shared faculty relationships, evidence-based practice advances, clinical sites for students, and shared professional development programs.
This partnership includes three components: research, clinical sites, and practice. It provides a productive opportunity to address shared values and issues in the growing long-term care industry.
This partnership includes faculty practice and student practicum and supports major research studies and translational projects.