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U-M Health Science Schools Advance the Interprofessional Curriculum
Sixteen faculty and staff from across the health science schools have been appointed to the newly formed Interprofessional Curriculum Workgroup.
Hope for Protecting Farmers’ Hearing Found in UMSN Study
Ann Arbor--Noise-induced hearing loss (NIHL) is one of the most common maladies among workers, particularly farmers, but a new study from the University of Michigan School of Nursing (UMSN) shows promising opportunities for prevention.                
A UMSN student conducts a foot exam at a Thai clinic
UMSN News at a Glance (Jan 2016): Students Top the News with a Global Health Immersion, Award and Publication, Plus Faculty Advocates for Veterans
Nine UMSN nurse practitioner students recently completed a global health immersion experience in Thailand.

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  • Pregnancy and PTSD

    UMSN researchers are finding new ways to help women with PTSD manage pregnancy. The latest findings show good reason for hope.


    Feb 11, 2016
  • Hot Off the Press

    The new edition of UMSN's alumni magazine features school and research news, "Meet the Sim Family," great photos, and a special tribute to Dean Potempa.


    Feb 4, 2016