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6/19/14

Graduates are prepared for Nurse Practitioner roles in family, adult and psychiatric mental health nursing and as Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists.

3/3/15

We offer an excellent, quality, and affordable education to our students preparing them for a successful career as a professional nurse.

3/10/15

Opportunities for interprofessional education foster a highly collaborative environment between the students and faculty for the improvement of health care education.

3/3/15

Our clinical partners include a major cancer center, several comprehensive healthcare providers, a hospice center, and a verteran's medical center.  Additionally, our students have learning opportunities in many community and home care settings.

3/3/15
Pamela Paplham, DNP, AOCNP, FNP-BC, clinical associate professor and Darryl Somayaji, PhD, RN, CCRC, assistant professor have been elected to as coordinators of two Oncology Nursing Society (ONS) Special Interest Groups (SIG).
2/4/15
Deborah A. Raines, PhD, EdS, RN, ANEF, and Sisters of Charity Hospital units practice council members were recently published in Neonatal Network for their work on a program for safe sleep for newborns.
2/4/15
UB School of Nursing researcher reviews practices that can both improve patient safety and significantly reduce monitor associated alarm fatigue.
 
1/12/15

Online programs offered by the University at Buffalo’s Graduate School of Education and School of Nursing have been named among the best online programs by U.S. News & World Report.

UPCOMING EVENTS
3/24/15

Dr. Karen Meneses, Professor and Associate Dean for Research at University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) School of Nursing, is set to visit the UB School of Nursing to share her insights on cancer survivorship. Lecture isfollowed by a reception with Dr. Meneses in 111 Wende (3:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.).

3/24/15

Dr. Lewis is an internationally recognized expert on cancer and the family. She conducted the landmark studies that first documented the detrimental effects of cancer on the patient’s partner, school-aged children, and adolescents. No other investigator, in nursing or in any other health related discipline, has contributed more to developing this body of research than Dr. Lewis.