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Active-Shooter Drills in Schools May Do More Harm Than Good, Says Rutgers–Camden Nursing Scholar

Active-Shooter Drills in Schools May Do More Harm Than Good, Says Rutgers–Camden Nursing Scholar

Robin Cogan urges school and law enforcement officials alike to include school nurses in their plans to prepare for violent situations.

Loneliness and Transportation Among the Biggest Obstacles to Health in South Jersey

Loneliness and Transportation Among the Biggest Obstacles to Health in South Jersey

A Rutgers University–Camden research report examines challenges to public health in South Jersey.

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Rutgers–Camden Nursing Scholar Says Mother-Daughter Relationship Inspires Healthy Living

Rutgers–Camden Nursing Scholar Says Mother-Daughter Relationship Inspires Healthy Living

CAMDEN — As the mother of a 15-year-old girl, Wanda Williams is very familiar with the bond between moms and their teenage daughters. “Daughters want to emulate their mothers’ style and behavior, and mothers want what is best for their daughters,” says Williams, an assistant professor at the Rutgers School of Nursing–Camden. Williams says mothers […]

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Rutgers School of Nursing–Camden Scholars Appointed United Nations Delegates

Rutgers School of Nursing–Camden Scholars Appointed United Nations Delegates

Finding better health care solutions for the global population is an important ongoing conversation, and two Rutgers University–Camden nursing scholars will now be at the forefront of the discussion among international health professionals. Marian Nowak and Patricia Sayers, both assistant professors at the Rutgers School of Nursing–Camden, have been appointed as United Nations delegates by […]

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University Scholar Receives Health Policy Research Grant

University Scholar Receives Health Policy Research Grant

A Rutgers University scholar and her collaborator have received a prestigious grant from a highly competitive, national funding program dedicated to addressing important health policy issues. Margaret Marsh, a University Professor of history and Haddonfield resident, and Wanda Ronner, her sister and long-time co-author, have received one of eight awards through the Robert Wood Johnson […]

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