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Sharon K. Byrne DrNP, APN, NP-C, AOCNP, CNE

Was nationally elected by the Oncology Nursing Society (ONS) as the Special Interest Group Leader for the Prevention/Early Detection SIG.  Dr. Byrne will take office at ONS 40th Annual Congress, April 22-24, 2015 in Orlando.   Also, related to her TCNJ SOSA Grant, she will be be presenting her final results in research abstract R99,…Continue Reading

Congratulations Dr. Gerry Altmiller!

Congratulations to Dr. Gerry Altmiller who was accepted for a grant funded course sponsored by the Edmund J. Safra Foundation to learn about Parkinson’s.  It is a great opportunity for advanced practice nurses and educators to learn first hand at Pennsylvania Hospital about Parkinson’s Disease. It is 16 hour didactic and 20 hours of clinical…Continue Reading

Congratulations to Tami and Eileen!

On their latest publication: Jakubowski, T. L., & Alexy, E. M. (2014). Does school scoliosis screening make the grade? NASN School Nurse, 29(5), 258-265. doi: 10.1177/1942602X14542131Continue Reading

Congratulations Katie!

Katie Hooven’s article, Evaluation of Instruments Developed to Measure the Clinical Learning Environment has been published in the Nov/Dec 2014 edition of Nurse Educator.    Continue Reading

Congratulations to Connie…and Shannon!

Breast Cancer Risk Assessment in Primary Care, was published in the September/October 2014 edition of The American Journal of Maternal/Child Nursing.  Connie Kartoz co-authored the article, along with first author, Shannon Lynn Brown, who graduated in 2013 from our MSN program (this was her Capstone project).  Continue Reading

Focus on: Nurse Practitioner Faculty Clinical Practice!

The nurse practitioner faculty members from the Department of Nursing are actively engaged in providing advanced clinical care in the community, in addition to their teaching loads. Through their clinical practices, faculty members, provide service to the community, as well as maintain currency and relevance in their respective clinical specialties. When appropriate, nurse practitioner faculty…Continue Reading

Recent Graduate Student Publications!

Two students who graduated from the MSN program in August 2013 had their capstone project articles accepted for publication by peer reviewed journals. We are looking forward to seeing their work when it comes out in print! Reduction of Very Low Birth Weight Neonatal Hypothermia on Admission by Kristin Fawcett, (MSN, 2013) was accepted for…Continue Reading

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