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The Stress of Being Black and Pregnant: Sheffield-Abdullah speaks on the Maternal Health Learning and Innovation Center Podcast

Dr. Karen Sheffield Abdullah recently joined Dr. Kristin Tully on the Maternal Health Innovation Podcast to discuss her expertise and…
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Hillman Scholar Harris publishes in Journal of Ethnicity & Health

Ms. Latesha K. Harris, BSN, RN (’24) was the first-author of “Psychosocial Factors Related to Cardiovascular Disease Risk in Young…
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Hirschey co-first author on two manuscripts focused on setting research priorities to address racism and health equity throughout the Oncology Nursing Society

Dr. Rachel Hirschey co-lead a national rapid response research team to update the Oncology Nursing Society research agenda to…
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2021 CANS Advanced Methods Conference features SON faculty

The 2021 CANS Advanced Methods Conference included strong representation from the UNC School of Nursing. This year’s conference “Inclusion…
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Hirschey, Leak Bryant, Chan: Use of Video Education Interventions to Increase Racial and Ethnic Diversity in Cancer Clinical Trials: A Systematic Review

Drs. Rachel Hirschey and Ashley Leak Bryant publish article with PhD candidate Ya-Ning Chan about improving racial and ethnic representation…
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Hirschey, Leak Bryant, Tan, Petermann: Healthy Lifestyle Behaviors: Nursing Considerations for Social Determinants of Health

SON faculty Dr. Rachel Hirschey and Dr. Ashley Leak Bryant, PhD program alum Dr. Kelly Tan, and current PhD student…
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Brooks and colleagues receive clinical trial planning funding for premature cardiovascular disease intervention with American Indian women

Congratulations to Jada Brooks, PhD, MPSH, RN, FAAN, and her team, who have received over $700,000 to fund the Mind…
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New faculty member Dr. Sheffield-Abdullah featured on The Well

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