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University of Maryland School of Nursing Faculty Members Awarded Over $2.5 Million in State Education Grants

Four UMSON faculty members have been awarded Nurse Support Program (NSP) II grants totaling more than $2.5 million. NSP II grants aid in increasing nursing capacity in Maryland by implementing statewide initiatives to grow the number of nurses prepared to serve effectively in faculty roles, thereby increasing the number of students who can be enrolled in Maryland nursing schools and subsequently increasing the number of qualified nurses across the state.

Kirsten Corazzini Joins University of Maryland School of Nursing as Professor and Associate Dean of PhD Program

Corazzini will be responsible for ensuring that graduates of the PhD program are well prepared to engage in research and scholarship that enhance the field of nursing, influence health care, and spark new approaches to scientific questions.

Transition to Value-Driven Care Focus of UMSON’s 29th Annual Informatics Conference

A survey of more than 800 hospital nurses in 2014 found that one of the things they wanted most was reduced documentation, Jane Englebright, PhD, RN, CENP, FAAN, HCA Healthcare senior vice president and chief nursing executive, indicated in her keynote address during UMSON's 29th annual Summer Institute in Nursing Informatics.

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