IUSON: Empowering Leaders
Points of Pride
December is AIDS awareness month. Dr. Chris Coleman, associate dean of IU School of Nursing Fort Wayne, joins PUlse Points to discuss his research on health equity, spirituality, medication and religion and its effects on men aged 50 and older with AIDS. Dr. Coleman discusses his program of research and how people living with AIDS can learn more. Read more »
We are proud to announce our three doctoral students – Adele Crouch, Kalyn Roessner, Alma Ahmetovic – on being named Jonas Philanthropy Scholars. The support will help the students complete their dissertation research studies. Read more »
Congratulations to our newest IUSON Board of Advisors members: STTI CEO Elizabeth Madigan, executive management coach Carolyn Miller and Vice President of St. Vincent Women's Services North Region Indiana Julie Schneiders! We look forward to their service in advancing IUSON as a leader in excellence for teaching, service and research statewide, nationally and internationally.
RN to BSN online degree completion option graduate Priscilla Schnur reflects on her time in the program and how it benefited her nursing career. Read more »
Congratulations to Clinical Assistant Professor Wanda Thruston on being selected as a 2018 Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Clinical Scholars Fellow! With this honor, Dr. Thruston will help lead transformative change, centered on health equity, to address complex health problems in the community.
Indiana University School of Nursing professor emerita Rose Mays, PhD, FAAN, recently received the IU Distinguished Alumni Service Award. She was nominated and won for being outstanding in her field and made significant contributions benefiting his or her community, state, nation or university. Read the full story soon in December’s PULSE newsletter. Read more »
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IUSON professor Susan Rawl lead author in a new population study identifying socioeconomic and racial disparities in health behavior and the receipt of cancer screenings in the 34 Indiana counties with cancer death rates higher than the state’s average.