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New Study to Address Critical Gap in Chemotherapy Safety
The $1.4 million study will examine how communication and technology influence chemotherapy in ambulatory clinics where most patients receive their treatment.
LaDonna Christian with NBNA pres Eric J. Williams
News at a Glance (September 2016) Alums Make News with Awards and Publications; and Faculty Take on Disasters, Falls, Drug Use, and Cameras in Hospitals
Cameras and Communication University of Michigan School of Nursing (UMSN) Associate Professor Milisa Manojlovich, PhD, RN, CCRN, will lead an innovative research project aimed at understanding communication between physicians and nurses. Dr. Manojlovich and colleagues will use a $100,000 R03 grant from the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality to determine if videotaping is a feasible strategy to improve communication with the ultimate goal of advancing patient safety.
UMSN’s Annual Community Health Immersion in India Expands Interprofessional Education
  The experience gives students an in-depth understanding of health care in India through comprehensive immersion.  “This trip strongly influenced my view of global health because it opened my eyes and mind to some of the reasons why different cultures function the way they do,” says Molly Cocco, one of 17 University of Michigan students who participated in a global health immersion in India.

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  • Preventing Sexual Violence

    UMSN's Dr. Munro-Kramer is working on prevention interventions on campus and across the globe in Ghana.


    Sep 22, 2016
  • Diversity, Equity & Inclusion

    U-M will roll out its new campuswide strategic plan during a daylong launch on Thursday, Oct. 6.


    Sep 19, 2016