Nursing News


University at Buffalo research connects education, depression and more to prescription opioid abuse in adults over age 50.


Students explore leadership, social innovation during a UB study abroad experience in West Africa.



Penn State professor Ann Kolanowski will discuss the difficulties of delirium during the School of Nursing’s 21st Annual Bonnie Bullough Lecture.


The rankings are based on surveys of administrators at more than 1,970 programs and more than 16,500 academics and professionals.


New University at Buffalo research that investigated the language preferences of Hispanic Americans seeking HIV testing in New York found that the majority of Hispanic patients preferred to receive care in Spanish, even if they were fluent in English.


A session presented by ISSS tackled the language and cultural barriers that affect international students in and out of the classroom.

Raines, Wagner and Salinas examine a case study involving intraamniotic infection (IAI) and nurses’ role in caring for a newborn exposed to IAI. When an infection occurs, the fetal inflammatory response is activated and is manifested by umbilical cord inflammation, which may result in the clinical signs and symptoms of sepsis. Newborns have an immature immune system; their immune system’s response to the inflammation impacts the newborn’s organ systems and culminates in early onset sepsis.

Online programs in the University at Buffalo Graduate School of Education and School of Nursing were named to U.S. News & World Report’s 2018 Best Online Programs rankings.


University at Buffalo nursing research revealed that Somali Bantu women are open to family planning when methods help to space births of future children, rather than preventing new additions to their families. 


Colleagues of late University at Buffalo nursing researcher Ellen Volpe will carry on her professional legacy by completing a research project that was left unfinished at the time of her death.