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Scholarly Team Areas of Research

Nursing research encompasses a wide scope of scientific inquiry that provides a body of knowledge to advance nursing practice, shape health policy, and impact the health of people, families and communities both locally and globally. The University at Buffalo School of Nursing has a number of scholarly teams and research interest areas that faculty and students can pursue. These teams, several of which are interprofessional, are designed to support research and scholarly productivity. If you are interested in joining a group, please contact the designated contact/leader for the group indicated by an asterisk (*).

9/20/16

Focus on symptom management, behavioral and quality of life issues.

9/20/16

Focus on innovative clinical environments, engaging all staff to provide students with optimal clinical learning setting.

9/21/16

Primary focus on addiction and mental health issues.

9/20/16

Supports advancement of research programs involving concepts of sleep, sleep/wake disorders and circadian rhythms as they relate to other health issues or disease processes.

10/29/15
The Promoting Universal Longevity via School-family Ecologies (P.U.L.S.E.) Team's ultimate objective is the promotion of healthy weight and behavioral health among individuals who may be overweight, obese, and/or at-risk for lifestyle-related disease.
10/4/16

The Health Systems and Data Science Scholarly Team focuses on data science approaches to analyze health systems (and not genomic big data).

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