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Compassion and Community: Rutgers–Camden DNP Student Earns Carpenter Community Nursing Fellowship

Compassion and Community: Rutgers–Camden DNP Student Earns Carpenter Community Nursing Fellowship

By Ed Moorhouse If Kim Geria has one trait that stands out, it’s compassion. Whether she’s providing care for older adults, or helping Camden youth make healthier choices, the Rutgers University–Camden doctoral student sees the big picture. Geria is dedicated to improving healthcare for an entire community, and as a nurse, she sees the value […]

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Parkinson’s Disease Patients May See Improved Care with New Tool Developed by Rutgers University–Camden Nursing Scholars

Parkinson’s Disease Patients May See Improved Care with New Tool Developed by Rutgers University–Camden Nursing Scholars

By Ed Moorhouse Despite increasing rates of Parkinson’s disease, the chronic and progressive movement disorder affecting as many as one million Americans and up to 10 million people worldwide, many nurses do not have the experience needed to deliver the specialized care required by those patients. A training program under development at the Rutgers School […]

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Rutgers School of Nursing–Camden Students visit United Nations to Present Global Health Research

Rutgers School of Nursing–Camden Students visit United Nations to Present Global Health Research

At the United Nations, world leaders are making concerted efforts to improve healthcare, eradicate poverty, create a sustainable environment, and improve access to education, among other critical global issues. Rutgers University–Camden nursing students recently had a chance to offer their own solutions to improve upon these issues by presenting original research posters at United Nations […]

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