April 17, 2014

Nursing and Health Care


Nursing and Health Care | Health Solutions | Mayo Clinic | News coverage:  ASU researchers: Medicare reform should begin by raising eligibility age

Writing an opinion piece in USA Today, ASU researchers Denis Cortese and Robert Smoldt suggest raising the age of eligibility for Medicare from 65 to 69.


New leading faculty enhance nursing, health education at ASU

ASU’s College of Health Solutions and College of Nursing & Health Innovation continue to grow by adding new faculty at the top of their fields and acknowledging recognition from leading industry organizations.


ASU granted continued funding for American Indian nursing students

The College of Nursing & Health Innovation has announced the continuation of the American Indian Students United for Nursing project that will fund eligible nursing students through 2016.


ASU health researcher, engineer awarded Google Research Award

Nutrition professor Eric Hekler and engineering professor Winslow Burleson have received a Google Research Award for their joint proposal, "A DIY Self-Experimentation Toolkit for Fostering User-Driven Behavior Change."


'An Evening with J. Ronald Lally' features renowned early childhood expert

Childhood expert J. Ronald Lally will address the importance of early educational development Oct. 22, as part of the 2013-2014 season of ASU Foundation Presidential Engagement Programs.


Carmona lauds ASU-Mayo partnership as leader in future of health care delivery

Richard H. Carmona, 17th Surgeon General of the United States, set the tone early at the ASU Town Hall on the Future of Health Care Delivery.


Nursing and Health Care | Health Solutions | News coverage | Healthy Living:  How serious is the obesity problem?

Alexandra Brewis Slade and James Levine of Mayo Clinic-ASU Obesity Solutions Initiative appeared on the Eight, Arizona PBS show "Horizon" to discuss the obesity pandemic.


ASU dietitian awarded prestigious NIH grant

A High Risk-High Reward grant from the National Institutes of Health will allow ASU assistant professor Meg Bruening to examine how friendship networks impact and predict eating, physical activity and weight among diverse youth in a college environment.


Student overcomes low expectations to beat the odds

It is rare when high school students know exactly what they want to be in the professional world. The difficulty for Sara Santos was not determining her goal, but deciding her journey.


Event to address how Affordable Care Act will affect Arizonans

The College of Nursing & Health Innovation at ASU is hosting an event to address the Affordable Care Act and how it will impact Arizonans.

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