Creating and Sharing Stories

Stories are just one of the “content types” available in LiveWhale. (The others are events, galleries, forms, profiles, and blurbs.) But they’re central to the content strategy behind the new Penn Nursing site. Creating stories, and sharing them with other groups, is fundamental to the new site.

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Dual Degree Nursing Student Takes on PennCASE Summer Internship

Every summer, Penn’s office of Development and Alumni Relations partners with the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) to host the Penn/CASE Advancement Internship program. Designed to diversify and attract students to a career in institutional advancement while strengthening the higher ed advancement profession overall, this summer Penn Nursing/Wharton student William Xi, Nu’27, W’27, was placed with Penn Medicine’s development professionals. We sat down with William to get the inside-scoop on how things are going, what he is learning, and where he’ll go from here.  

 

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Dual Degree Nursing Student Takes on PennCASE Summer Internship

Every summer, Penn’s office of Development and Alumni Relations partners with the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) to host the Penn/CASE Advancement Internship program. Designed to diversify and attract students to a career in institutional advancement while strengthening the higher ed advancement profession overall, this summer Penn Nursing/Wharton student William Xi, Nu’27, W’27, was placed with Penn Medicine’s development professionals. We sat down with William to get the inside-scoop on how things are going, what he is learning, and where he’ll go from here.  

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Illustration by: Daniel Lievano

A Call for Renaming Clinical Research Partnerships

In a recently published opinion piece in BMJ Open, “Rhetoric of Research: A Call for Renaming the Clinical Research Partnership,” authors from Penn Nursing and Georgetown University School of Nursing, present a compelling argument for rethinking the language used to describe participants in clinical research. The opinion calls for a shift from the traditional term “patient participant” to “participant partner,” emphasizing the crucial role of participants in all facets of the research process.

Read MoreA Call for Renaming Clinical Research Partnerships

 

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Nurses Cite Employer Failures as their Top Reason for Leaving

A new study from the University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing’s Center for Health Outcomes and Policy Research (CHOPR) – published in JAMA Network Open today – showed that, aside from retirements, poor working conditions are the leading reasons nurses leave healthcare employment. These study findings come at a time when hospital executives cite staffing problems as their most pressing concern.

 

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News Archives

Dual Degree Nursing Student Takes on PennCASE Summer Internship

Dual Degree Nursing Student Takes on PennCASE Summer Internship

Every summer, Penn’s office of Development and Alumni Relations partners with the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) to host the Penn/CASE Advancement Internship program. Designed to diversify and attract students to a career in institutional advancement while strengthening the higher ed advancement profession overall, this summer Penn Nursing/Wharton student William Xi, Nu’27, W’27, was placed with Penn Medicine’s development professionals. We sat down with William to get the inside-scoop on how things are going, what he is learning, and where he’ll go from here.  

A Call for Renaming Clinical Research Partnerships
Illustration by: Daniel Lievano

A Call for Renaming Clinical Research Partnerships

In a recently published opinion piece in BMJ Open, “Rhetoric of Research: A Call for Renaming the Clinical Research Partnership,” authors from Penn Nursing and Georgetown University School of Nursing, present a compelling argument for rethinking the language used to describe participants in clinical research. The opinion calls for a shift from the traditional term “patient participant” to “participant partner,” emphasizing the crucial role of participants in all facets of the research process.

Inaugural Fellows Announced for the Academy of Diversity Leaders in Nursing

Inaugural Fellows Announced for the Academy of Diversity Leaders in Nursing

Penn Nursing Dean Antonia M. Villarruel, along with 14 alums and associates of Penn Nursing, are among the inaugural class of 175 Fellows selected for the newly established Academy of Diversity Leaders in Nursing (ADLN). The inaugural ADLN Fellows have demonstrated expertise in one or more areas of nursing education, research, practice, policy, or administration as it relates to issues of justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion (JEDI).

Penn Nursing Dean Named to Modern Healthcare’s 50 Most Influential Clinical Executives Class of 2024

Penn Nursing Dean Named to Modern Healthcare’s 50 Most Influential Clinical Executives Class of 2024

Penn Nursing is proud to announce that Penn Nursing Dean Antonia M. Villarruel was recognized by Modern Healthcare as one of the 50 Most Influential Clinical Executives for 2024. The profiles of all the honorees are featured in the June 10, 2024, issue of MH magazine.

Avoidable Deaths During Covid-19 Associated with Chronic Hospital Nurse Understaffing

Avoidable Deaths During Covid-19 Associated with Chronic Hospital Nurse Understaffing

A new study published in International Journal of Nursing Studies showed that individuals with Covid-19 were more likely to die in hospitals that were chronically understaffed before the pandemic. This study is one of the first to document the continuing public health dangers of permitting so many U.S. hospitals to ration nursing care by understaffing nursing services.  

 

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Don’t Go! Keeping Nursing at the Bedside

Don’t Go! Keeping Nursing at the Bedside

The news of a nursing workforce shortage is everywhere, but reality is complicated. Keeping nurses at the bedside in communities where they’re needed is crucial—and knowing how and why the problems exist (and can be fixed) is just as important.

DNP Project Showcase: Promising Approaches

DNP Project Showcase: Promising Approaches

Influencing health care and health care workplaces through leadership, policy implementation, and patient care takes incredible skill and thoughtfulness. Penn Nursing’s Doctor of Nursing Practice program is an example of how to do it right.

Bright Ideas

Bright Ideas

A fascinating course for Nurse Practitioners emphasizes design-thinking and community engagement to help students see and solve real-life problems in underserved populations.

By Janine White

Empowering Visionaries

Empowering Visionaries

Nursing organizations that affirm Black and brown nurses are critical for improving the workforce... and patient care.

Investing In A Legacy Of Nutrition
left to right Charlene Compher, PhD, RD, LDN, FASPEN; JoAnn Nallinger Grant, RN; and Charis Louis, BSN, RN, CPN, BMTCN, in 2018

Investing In A Legacy Of Nutrition

An award to honor a revolutionary nurse and her legacy in health care has inspired award recipients— and her family.

 

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    Dual Degree Nursing Student Takes on PennCASE Summer Internship

    Every summer, Penn’s office of Development and Alumni Relations partners with the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) to host the Penn/CASE Advancement Internship program. Designed to diversify and attract students to a career in institutional advancement while strengthening the higher ed advancement profession overall, this summer Penn Nursing/Wharton student William Xi, Nu’27, W’27, was placed with Penn Medicine’s development professionals. We sat down with William to get the inside-scoop on how things are going, what he is learning, and where he’ll go from here.  

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    Illustration by: Daniel Lievano

    A Call for Renaming Clinical Research Partnerships

    In a recently published opinion piece in BMJ Open, “Rhetoric of Research: A Call for Renaming the Clinical Research Partnership,” authors from Penn Nursing and Georgetown University School of Nursing, present a compelling argument for rethinking the language used to describe participants in clinical research. The opinion calls for a shift from the traditional term “patient participant” to “participant partner,” emphasizing the crucial role of participants in all facets of the research process.

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    Inaugural Fellows Announced for the Academy of Diversity Leaders in Nursing

    Penn Nursing Dean Antonia M. Villarruel, along with 14 alums and associates of Penn Nursing, are among the inaugural class of 175 Fellows selected for the newly established Academy of Diversity Leaders in Nursing (ADLN). The inaugural ADLN Fellows have demonstrated expertise in one or more areas of nursing education, research, practice, policy, or administration as it relates to issues of justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion (JEDI).

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    Penn Nursing Dean Named to Modern Healthcare’s 50 Most Influential Clinical Executives Class of 2024

    Penn Nursing is proud to announce that Penn Nursing Dean Antonia M. Villarruel was recognized by Modern Healthcare as one of the 50 Most Influential Clinical Executives for 2024. The profiles of all the honorees are featured in the June 10, 2024, issue of MH magazine.

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    Avoidable Deaths During Covid-19 Associated with Chronic Hospital Nurse Understaffing

    A new study published in International Journal of Nursing Studies showed that individuals with Covid-19 were more likely to die in hospitals that were chronically understaffed before the pandemic. This study is one of the first to document the continuing public health dangers of permitting so many U.S. hospitals to ration nursing care by understaffing nursing services.  

 

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The Parent Equation

Being a parent can be difficult at the best of times. But when you factor in being a nursing student as well—or supporting a nursing student—matters get even more complicated. We asked several Penn Nursing alumni to share their experiences of being parents while being in school or receiving unconditional support from a parent during challenging times as students.

 

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