Tag: Marilyn Oermann
SON professor Donna Havens has just been notified that the Executive Committee of the American Nurses Credentialing Center Board of Directors has appointed her to serve as the academic member of the National Commission on the Magnet Recognition Program.
Kudos to associate clinical professor Victoria Soltis-Jarrett, PhD, who has been been appointed to the North Carolina State Board of Nursing Advanced Practice Registered Nurses (APRN) Advisory Committee.
Amy Davenport is a Carolina BSN student who is volunteering in the Oaxacan village of Teotitlan del Valle this summer at the public health clinic. Her writing is extraordinary and captures the essence of village life and the practices of … Continued
Nurse Practitioners and Advocates Honored during National AANP Conference (June 22, 2010) — Nurse practitioners (NPs) and nurse practitioner advocates, recipients of the prestigious State Awards for Excellence, will be honored on Wednesday, June 23 during the American Academy of … Continued
It is with great joy we announce the first UNC Chapel Hill School of Nursing Cronenwett Global Health Scholar award! It is fitting that the Global Nursing Advisory Council selected Minh Nguyen, a student in our baccalaureate program to receive … Continued
Dean Kristen Swanson reports that the School of Nursing will have three outstanding new tenure line faculty joining us in August. Each of them brings exciting new expertise to our research and teaching mission.
Dr. Marilyn Oermann, professor and division chair in the UNC Chapel Hill School of Nursing, has another new book: Oermann, M.H., & Hays, J.C. (2011). Writing for Publication in Nursing (2nd ed.). New York: Springer. This is Marilyn’s 19th book.
Judith Hunt, a nursing student at University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, recently was awarded a $1,000 first-place scholarship for her entry in an essay contest on BrainTrack.com, a worldwide university and college directory that lists more than 10,000 higher-education … Continued
A Note of Thanks From Dr. Victoria Soltis-Jarrett Yesterday we welcomed a new class for pre-orientation and I realized that I wanted to share some important facts with our alumni and friends.