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Recent News:

  • March 28
    Awarded annually, the President’s Engagement and Innovation Prizes provide $100,000 in funding for Penn seniors to design and undertake post-graduation projects that make a positive, lasting difference in the world.

    Marcus Henderson, along with Nursing’s Ian McCurry, will integrate innovative health care case management into the current program of homeless services offered by the Bethesda Project.
  • March 28
    Awarded annually, the President’s Engagement and Innovation Prizes provide $100,000 in funding for Penn seniors to design and undertake post-graduation projects that make a positive, lasting difference in the world.

    Ian McCurry, along with Nursing’s Marcus Henderson, will integrate innovative health care case management into the current program of homeless services offered by the Bethesda Project.
  • March 28
    Awarded annually, the President’s Engagement and Innovation Prizes provide $100,000 in funding for Penn seniors to design and undertake post-graduation projects that make a positive, lasting difference in the world.

    Yaneli Arizmendi, along with College of Arts & Sciences seniors Alexa Salas and Camilo Toro, will design a community-based after-school program for Latino high school students in South Philadelphia.
  • March 28

    Marcus Henderson, Ian McCurry, and Yaneli Arizmendi are among the eight winners of the 2017 President’s Engagement and Innovation Prizes. University of Pennsylvania President Amy Gutmann made the announcement today. Awarded annually, the President’s Engagement and Innovation Prizes provide $100,000 in funding for Penn seniors to design and undertake post-graduation projects that make a positive, lasting difference in the world.


  • March 28
    On March 21st, Dean Villarruel traveled to Washington D.C. to share the School’s vision with local Penn Nursing alumni and friends.

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Upcoming Events:

  • Mar
    29

    ONR Research Colloquium: “One scientist’s journey in shifting the paradigms”

    The Office of Nursing Research welcomes Janis Miller, PhD, RN, APRN, FAAN, Research Associate Professor, Obstetrics and Gynecology and Associate Professor, School of Nursing at the University of Michigan. Dr. Miller’s expertise lies in the non-surgical treatment of pelvic organ prolapse or incontinence, and in investigating the underlying causative factors.
  • Mar
    29

    Webinar: Pain, What is it Good for?

    Penn Nursing Alumni hosts Dr. Peggy Compton on her work on opioids, chronic pain and addiction.
  • Mar
    29

    Foundations of Transitional Care

    Approximately 20% of older Americans are diagnosed with five or more chronic conditions. Effective care management of this population is often complicated by several other health and social risk factors. The Foundations seminar orients nurses and other health team members to the Transitional Care Model (TCM), utilizing evidence-based tools and strategies necessary to redesign care for this vulnerable patient population.
  • Mar
    29

    Embedding Science in the Clinic: Nurses and Clinical Laboratory Testing, 1930-1960.

    Who should perform clinical tests: patients, physicians, nurses or technicians? Bates Seminar Speaker Amanda L. Mahoney will explore how the health care system struggled to decide this question during the mid-twentieth century through a discussion of clinical literature and the material culture of diabetes monitoring.

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