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  • Physical Therapy Program wins Most Successful PT Newcomer in the 2015-2016 Pittsburgh–Marquette Challenge, raising $1,590.56.
  • The American Psychiatric Nurses Association (APNA) has accepted Tatayana Maltseva’s abstract entitled " Inter-professional Collaboration to Promote LGBTQ Mental Health Care to Reduce Healthcare Disparities:  Are Nursing Students Educated to Provide Sensitive Quality Care to Improve Health Care Outcomes of LGBTQ Individuals?"for a podium presentation at the 30th Annual Conference this October in Hartford, Connecticut. 
  • Dr. JoAnne M. Youngblut, Dr. Dorothy Brooten, Joy Glaze, Teresita Promise & Dr. Changwon Yoo's manuscript entitled Parent Grief 1–13 Months after Death in Neonatal/Pediatric Intensive Care Units was accepted for publication in Journal of Loss and Trauma.
  • Dr. Amy Paul-Ward's recent publication accepted presentation entitled “New Roles for Occupational Therapy to Promote Independence Among Youth Aging Out of Foster Care” was published this month in the American Journal of
  • Dr. Doherty-Restrepo invited by Academic Affairs to extend her experience with the Educational Leadership Enhancement Program to include time in the Office of Academic Planning and Accountability for the 2016-17 academic year. 
  • Dr. Laura McPherson selected as 2016 Section on Research Traveling Fellow by the American Physical Therapy Association. 
  • Dr. Nola Holness selected as FIU Top Scholar in the category of Award Winning Publications for her poster presentation “The Effects of Resilience and Social Influences on Preventing a Repeat Adolescent Pregnancy in Parenting Adolescent Mothers at the Nurse Practitioners in Women’s Health conference.
  • NWCNHS permoted during National Congress of the American Association of Nurse Anesthetists (AANA) in Washington DC.