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Student volunteers from the School of Public Health, Medical School, School of Nursing and College of Pharmacy use an inter-professional approach, combining their skills, to find the best care for patients at a free, student-run clinic in the Phillips Neighborhood of Minneapolis.
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Many nurses are going back to school to earn doctorate degreesbut does that give them the right to call themselves doctor? Mary Chesney, School of Nursing, talks about the benefits of the Doctor of Nursing Practice program at the U of M.
When children's hospitals gauge patient satisfaction, they almost never ask the kids what they think. Linda Lindeke, School of Nursing, talks about new research that focuses on better care for children.
Many hospitals and doctors are studying the quality of life for family caregivers of heart failure patients. Michael Petty, School of Nursing, discusses the role of extended support options in the care of patients with heart failure.
Though applications are on the rise, many Minnesota nursing programs are unable to open more seats due to budget cuts and scarce faculty. Linda Chianaddress, School of Nursing, discusses the future implications of cutting funding for nursing programs.