Research at the School of Nursing attracts national attention and support for its ongoing high quality and innovation. This is the purpose of improving the quality of life of the citizens of the state of North Carolina.
The School’s programs of research are concentrated in five areas:
- Preventing and Managing Chronic Illness and Other Major Health Threats
- Reducing Health Disparities
- Improving Healthcare Quality and Patient Outcomes
- Understanding Biobehavioral and Genetic Bases of Health and Illness
- Developing Innovative Approaches to Enhance Science and its Translation to Practice
We invite you to read more about the School’s research in the current and previous years’ editions of the Research Chronicle. The Research Chronicle is published annually as the fall edition of the School of Nursing’s magazine Carolina Nursing.