May 2015 Member News

Nancy Hanrahan Nancy Hanrahan appointed Dean of Northeastern University School of Nursing. Effective July 2015, Dr. Hanrahan will serve as professor and for the Bouve College of Health Sciences at Northeastern University in Boston. http://www.northeastern.edu/bouve/assets/uploads/2015/05/VitalSigns-Spring2015.pdf
   
Blog by Angela Matsson, "What does Integrated Care actually look like?", posted by Care for Your Mind. Angela Mattson, DNP, MS, RN, is the Nursing Supervisor for Care Coordination in Employee and Community Health at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota.Care for Your Mind is a an online community which discusses the mental health care system in America. http://careforyourmind.org/what-does-integrated-care-actually-look-like/
   
Bernadette Melnyk
Bernadette Melnyk part of an expert panel during a workshop aimed at exploring how health care reform can serve to promote children’s behavioral health.“Opportunities to Promote Children’s Behavioral Health: Health Care Reform and Beyond” was held April 1-2 and hosted by the Forum on Promoting Children’s Cognitive, Affective and Behavioral Health – part of the Institute of Medicine. Melnyk, associate vice president for health promotion, university chief wellness officer and dean of the College of Nursing at The Ohio State University, was elected to the Institute of Medicine in 2013.
   
Murlene Osburn Murlene Osburn featured in New York Times article, "Doctoring, without Doctors". Osburn is a psychiatric nurse practitioners in Nebraska. The May 26th article focused on Nebraska's new law giving nurses full independent practice. http://www.nytimes.com/2015/05/26/health/rural-nebraska-offers-stark-view-of-nursing-autonomy-debate.html
   
Blog by Mona Shattell, "Why Nurses Need Twitter", posted on HuffPost's The Blog. Shattell is a DePaul University nursing and psychology professor. The Blog features perspectives and real-time analysis from HuffPost's regular contributors. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/mona-shattell/why-nurses-need-twitter_b_7013762.html
 
 
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