Katherine Scafide measures bruise visibility.

Nursing Professor Studies Bruise Visibility Using Unique Paintball Method

Katherine Scafide received a two-year, $449,437 grant from the National Institute of Justice for her work. Learn more about her research.


Examining the Variation in Substate Vaccination Data Available at School Entry in the U.S.

Erica Street, MPH ’16, Health Administration and Policy's Tony Yang, and Global and Community Health's Kathryn Jacobsen examine vaccination rates in U.S. school-age children. Read more about the study.

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African American, White Heart Failure Patients Receive Same Quality of Care In VA Medical Centers

Farrokh Alemi, Janusz Wojtusiak, and Sorina Vlaicu, all of Health Administration and Policy, examine whether there is racial disparity in 30-day readmission rates for veterans hospitalized with heart failure. Read more about the study.

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RN Refresher Course

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School of Nursing Receives HRSA Grant

The two-year, $927,000 grant will help expand BSN training in community-based practice. Learn more about the grant.

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