About the Event
Nursing research is at the core of advancing health care. As a champion of nursing research that has impact, Dean Kathleen Potempa organized an initiative in 2009 to bring together the nursing community for a day dedicated to research.
Dean Potempa's goal was not only to provide an additional forum for faculty; she also wanted to give students at all levels an opportunity to present their research, igniting and fueling their own research ambitions. Now an annual event at the school, Dean's Research Day remains a way for faculty, students, and university health care professionals to share the impact of their research, while hearing new perspectives and forging collaborative partnerships.
What: 2014 Dean's Research Day and Brouse Lecture
When: Thursday, April 3, 2014, Poster viewing at noon, 1- 5:30 p.m program.
(Reception begins at 5 p.m.)
U-M North Campus Research Complex (NCRC)
2800 Plymouth Road, Ann Arbor, MI
Who: Hosted by the University of Michigan School of Nursing
There will be a parking attendant, from 11:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. at the structure directly across from Building 18 for those who choose to drive & do not have U-M parking permits. Attendees without a UM permit will need to pay the attendant $10 for a daily permit.
Map & intercampus bus schedule.
Map of NCRC.
In addition to presentations from faculty, students and nurse clinicians about the results of ongoing and completed research, the School of Nursing is pleased to present Barbara L. Brush, PhD, ANP-BC, FAAN, the Carol J. and F. Edward Lake Professor of Nursing in Population Health, U-M School of Nursing, to deliver the 2014 Brouse Lecture entitled Nursing and Population Health: Opportunities and Challenges for the 21st Century.
Carol J. and F. Edward Lake Term Clinical Professorship Inauguration
Following the Brouse Lecture, Barbara L. Brush, PhD, ANP-BC, FAAN
will be installed as the Carol J. and F. Edward Lake Term Clinical Professor of Nursing in Population Health.
2013 Dean's Research Day Recap
To see a recap of the 2013 event, please visit: