Blog posts May 1, 2016 to May 31, 2016

Environmental Health, Pregnancy, and Progress: An Interview with Katie Huffling As the nation confronts mounting health problems stemming from environmental toxins, such as lead-contaminated water and synthetic air pollutants, the Jonas Center has stepped up to support doctoral nursing students focused on environmental health. The Jonas Nurse Leader Scholars Program will expand to endorse eight scholars at institutions across the country committed to studying the consequences of these pollutants.
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Nurses and Healthy Environments: An Interview with Dr. Barbara Sattler As the nation confronts mounting health problems stemming from environmental toxins, such as lead-contaminated water and synthetic air pollutants, the Jonas Center has stepped up to support doctoral nursing students who are focused on environmental health—the relationship between human health and environmental exposures. This fall, the Jonas Nurse Leader Scholars Program will expand to endorse eight scholars at institutions across the country committed to studying the consequences of these pollutants. 
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Jonas Scholar Alum Reflects on Journey to Earn PhD I never thought that I would have the opportunity to earn a Ph.D. When I came to this country from Honduras, one of the poorest and most illiterate countries in the world, I was placed in the back of the room and ignored. This little foreign girl from Central America was not worth teaching.
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Darlene Curley and Jonas Scholar Alumuns Participate in National Academy of Sciences: Global Forum on Innovation in Health Professional Education Darlene Curley, CEO, Jonas Family Fund and Executive Director, Jonas Center for Nursing and Veterans Healthcare, and Emilia Iwu, PhD, RN, Jonas Scholar alumnus from Rutgers University, participated in a three-day conference organized by the Global Forum on Innovation in Health Professional Education (IHPE).
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Thank you to the nurses
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Facing Controversies in End-of-Life Care Spending intimate time with people who are dying, and their families or caregivers, is part of being a registered nurse.
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