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From Carolina Nursing Magazine: At the Center of an Epidemic, Nursing Moves the Needle

“Here, it’s unthinkable.” Lixin Song, RN, PhD, FAAN, describes the pediatric cancer ward in Kamuzu Central Hospital (KCH) in Lilongwe,…
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From Carolina Nursing Magazine: When Health Disparities Hit Home

Jada L. Brooks, PhD, MPSH, RN, was an undergraduate student at UNC Pembroke when she realized the health of her…
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Answering a Call to Serve, Giving a Voice to Others

A volunteer doula, one of 70 on the call schedule for UNC Birth Partners, sits in the lobby of the…
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Leading By Care

The National League for Nursing, with a membership of 40,000 nurses, is the oldest professional association for nurses in the…
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Partnership with St. Luke’s International University: A Learning Lab for All of Us

Like the United States, Japan has a highly skilled nursing force and the rich industrial resources that are indicative of…
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From, With and About

By Courtney Jones Mitchell from the Carolina Nursing Magazine Meg Zomorodi, PhD, RNL, CNL, associate professor…
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Mullen Accepted to NCNA Leadership Academy

Assistant Professor Leigh Mullen has been accepted to the 2019 North Carolina Nurses Association (NCNA) Leadership Academy. The Academy is…
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Gift Provides a “Stepping Stone” to Careers in Oncology Nursing

Some students arrive at Carolina’s School of Nursing already dreaming of what kind of nurse they want to be. Often,…
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