Research

The School of Nursing’s research and scholarly endeavors help promote health equity and improve the health of communities locally in the DC metro area and across the country.

Student Research

Throughout their time at the School of Nursing, students experience a curriculum that emphasizes research and scholarship.

Students at all academic levels have opportunities to pursue research projects. They may assist faculty members with their research, conduct research of their own, present their findings, and publish their scholarship.

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Faculty Research

Nursing faculty contributes to the school’s scholarly production each year through publications in journals and books.

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Research News Stories & Releases

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Karan Kverno

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Developing Artificial Intelligence Framework for Acuity Assessment in Psychiatry Units

Karan Kverno, PhD, PMHNP-BC, PMHCNS-BC, FAANP, FAAN, in partnership with MedStar Health, will initiate data collection efforts at two Medstar Health inpatient psychiatry units, and to develop an innovative data-driven Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning model for estimating psychiatric patient and unit acuity.

February 21, 2024

Fulbright Specialist Program

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Intima Alrimawi Selected As Fulbright Specialist Grantee

The U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs has selected Intima Alrimawi, PhD, MSN, MPH, BSN, associate professor of nursing, as a Fulbright Specialist Program grantee following a competitive application process.

February 14, 2024

Textbook Cover: Fundamentals of Nursing

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Nursing Textbook by Carol Taylor Selected for AJN Book of the Year Award

The American Journal of Nursing has selected “Fundamentals of Nursing: The Art and Science of Person-Centered Care” by nursing professor Carol Taylor, PhD, RN, and colleagues, as a winner of a 2023 Book of the Year Award garnering a third place in the medical/surgical division. The AJN describes the winning books as “the most valuable texts of 2023.”

January 3, 2024