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Reinkemeyer Research Day

33rd Annual Reinkemeyer Virtual Research Conference

Nursing researchers and clinical nursing experts gather virtually to discuss the latest developments in nursing practice and research.

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Judy Lothian

McQuaid Medalists Announced

Judith Lothian, Ph.D., R.N., FAAN, graduate chair and professor in the graduate department, is one of this year's honorees.

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Online Graduate Nursing Programs Still #1

For the second year in a row, U.S. News and World Report ranked the College of Nursing online graduate nursing programs top in NJ.

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Spring Infosession Schedule Announced

College of Nursing offers numerous spring infosessions for students interested in pursuing graduate and doctorate degrees.

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The College of Nursing provides a wide variety of undergraduate and nationally ranked graduate programs that have prepared students for leadership in the nursing industry since 1937. We are pioneers in evidence-based practice, servant leadership and cutting-edge technology, and encourage our students to integrate their values into their daily nursing practice.

Mary Ellen Roberts
IN THE MEDIA Daily Nurse

Certification in the Time of COVID-19

In a special issue on certified nurses by Daily Nurse, Associate Professor of Nursing Mary Ellen Roberts, D.N.P., R.N., A.P.N.C., discusses the impacts the pandemic has had on nursing certification.

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Prescribing Controlled Dangerous Substances Course

This six-hour course addressing the key concepts required to safely prescribe controlled dangerous substances meets the requirements for Advanced Practice Nurses (APN) to be licensed to prescribe Controlled Dangerous Substances in New Jersey.



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Elizabeth Bishop

Scholarship Honoring Alumna Awarded to Nursing Student

The 2020 Minette's Angels Foundation Scholarship, which honors nursing alumna Minette Grosso McKenna who died after a long battle against breast cancer, has been awarded to sophomore Elizabeth Bishop.

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