Eun-Shim Nahm, PhD, RN, FAAN
The Doctoral Student Organization (DSO) supports doctoral students by encouraging them to engage in professional and social endeavors that will enhance educational experiences and promote leadership and organizational skills.
Mission and Vision
The mission of DSO is to support and enhance the learning, knowledge, and professional development of fellow students who are committed to making a difference in health care.
The vision of the DSO is to create a rich and vibrant community of doctoral students who lead in using evidence based practice and scholarship. The DSO is a collaborative community that fosters the development of constituents through its values of questioning, creating, changing, learning, teaching, answering, educating, researching, and caring.
Officers and Representatives
Select computers at the School of Nursing have received the following software updates and installations:
- Rm 245: All PCs have SPSS, R, R Studio, Tableau
- Rm 430: All PCs have SPSS, R, R Studio, Tableau
- Rm 430: Select PCs listed below are labeled with specific software contained on the PC
- Comprehensive Meta Analysis (NRS-LAB-430A1 – back section, end station, near printer)
- SAS 9.4 (NRS-LAB-430A7 - back section, opposite end)
- NVivo 10 (NRS-LAB-430B1 - front section, end station, near pay station)
Resources for all UMSON Doctoral Students
Resources for DNP Students
Resources for PhD Students
Lunch 'N' Learns
The purpose of the lunch and learns is to provide doctoral students an opportunity for:
- peer support meetings to share ideas and information
- development of skills required of nurse scientists
- collaboration between doctoral faculty and students with regard to research practice
Faculty Advisor: Eun-Shim Nahm, PhD, RN, FAAN
Student Leaders: Amal Al Balushi and Jungmin Yoon
Lunch will be provided.
|Feb. 16, 2018
||How to Write an Abstract
||Carla Storr, ScD, MPH
|March 2, 2018
||Karen Wickersham, PhD, RN
|March 16, 2018
||Mendeley Reference Manager
|March 30, 2018
||Developing and Presenting Poster Presentation
||Chris Ward, PhD
|April 13, 2018
||Introduction to Grant Writing
||Eun-Shim Nahm, PhD, RN, FAAN
|April 27, 2018
||Joseph J. Gallo, MD, MPH, professor at the John Hopkins University's Bloomberg School of Public Health, will present his extensive work studying depression in older adults with a specific emphasis on mixed method.
||Joseph J. Gallo, MD, MPH
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