July 31, 2015

Nursing and Health Care


Nursing and Health Care | Faculty and Staff | News coverage:  ASU nursing faculty recognized as 'Leader to Watch'

Jennifer Mensik, instructor in the College of Nursing & Health Innovation at Arizona State University, is featured as a “Leader to Watch” in the November/December issue of Nurse Leader.


ASU team explores intersection of culture, design and health

Students and faculty from a variety of disciplines at ASU spent seven days in Australia this fall expanding their perspectives of culture and health by exploring the intersection of restorative environments and health care for indigenous populations.


ASU wellness technologies project to be featured at global health summit

Arizona State University's Project HoneyBee will be featured at the main stage of the world's largest mobile health event, the mHealth Summit.


Treating diabetes one meal at a time

Two professors from the School of Nutrition & Health Promotion at Arizona State University have studied how changing your diet can help manage the effects of diabetes.


Mayo Clinic expert to advise president on health care, business leadership

Shirley A. Weis, vice president and chief administrative officer emerita for Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, has been appointed special adviser to ASU President Michael M. Crow.


Program offers ASU students hands-on health care internships

To help Arizona and its future clinical practitioners meet rising complexity and demands in health care, Arizona State University has established a new university-wide pre-health internship program.


Nursing and Health Care | Health Solutions | News coverage | Healthy Living:  Study shows fitness for health is more than numbers on a scale

A recent study published by researchers at ASU's School of Nutrition & Health Promotion reveals people who take up an exercise regimen could end up gaining weight due to extra fat, not muscle.


Research, education goals draw ASU, Dublin City University closer

Arizona State University and Dublin City University showcased their collaborative work at a higher education partnership celebration held Nov. 7 on the Tempe campus.


Vet juggles student life, motherhood to pursue passion for helping others

Hillary Ceja is a mother of two young sons, a full-time nutrition student and vice president of the Student Veterans Association at Arizona State University.


Fellows aim to inspire change in health care

A yearlong fellowship seeks to innovate health care from the inside out.

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