Join Dr. Janet Krejci, dean of the College of Nursing, and our presenters for an in-depth discussion about the role of healthcare policy in the 2020 election. Our panel of experts will discuss implications for healthcare policy and Wisconsin voter attitudes as we approach the convention in Milwaukee and November 2020 election.
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Lisa Grabert quoted in article from Home Health Care
Dr. Dora Clayton-Jones interviewed about sickle cell awareness
The Marquette Method of Natural Family Planning mentioned in New York Times.
Dr. Jen Ohlendorf featured on Another Mother Runner website in a podcast about her research and running.
A research team of Marquette professors was honored with the Community Engaged Research Partnership Development Grant at the September 7, 2019 Sickle Cell Empowerment Conference.
Dr. Jill Guttormson, associate professor of nursing, is among the critical care nurses today who are less likely than 10 years ago to believe patients on mechanical ventilation need sedation.
In the College of Nursing, the Master of Science program moved up to 49 from 82, and the Doctor of Nursing Practice program moved up slightly to 60 from 66.
Top 25 Best Value Master's of Science in Nursing Degree Programs for 2019 by Value Colleges.
College of Nursing ranked by US News & World Report
The College of Nursing’s online graduate programs were ranked on the US News list of best online nursing graduate programs after only their third year in existence, which is a testament to the academic rigor of the program and the quality of student outcomes. Only 126 online nursing graduate programs out of the thousands available throughout the country are ranked on the US News & World Report list, making our programs part of a very elite group.