Join us for a live information session and learn more about the DNP program from MU’s Sinclair School of Nursing.
As part of the live event on October 11, you will be able to ask question, participate in the discussion and receive additional information for our staff. RSVP today!
Vanessa Lyons, a December 2015 PhD graduate, presented her dissertation research poster entitled “Checking Out Checklists: A Mixed Methods Study Comparing the Use of Surgical Safely Checklists in Rural and Urban Operating Rooms” at the Association of peri-Operative Registered Nurses (AORN) Surgical Conference and Expo in Anaheim, CA.
Her poster received the Attendee Choice Award for Research.
Congratulations to Vanessa on her award!
The MU Sinclair School of Nursing is pleased to announce that Elizabeth Monsees, MSN, MBA, RN, CIC has been selected as a Jonas Nurse Leaders Scholar recipient for the 2016-2018 cohort of Jonas Scholars.
As a PhD student, she is studying strategies to understand and enhance registered nurse involvement in antibiotic stewardship. Additionally, Ms. Monsees recently has been selected to be part of a national workgroup comprised of Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the American Nurses Association (ANA) to discuss nursing practice in antibiotic stewardship — clear evidence of her leadership in this area.
Elizabeth is mentored by Lori Popejoy, PhD, APRN, GCNS-BC, FAAN, Associate Professor of Nursing.
The goal of the Jonas Nurse Leaders Program is to increase the number of doctorally-prepared faculty available to teach in nursing schools nationwide, as well as the number of advanced practice nurses providing direct patient care. Supported by the Jonas Center for Nursing and Veterans Healthcare (Jonas Center), both programs provide financial assistance, leadership development and networking support to expand the pipeline of future nurse faculty and advanced practice nurses. As part of their scholarship experience, all Jonas Scholars attend the Jonas Nurse Scholar Conference, a three-day event in Washington, DC, designed to convene the current Jonas Scholars for networking, mentoring and educational opportunities with prominent nurse educators, executives and policy experts in the field.
In order to live up to the No. 1 ranking from the College Atlas Encyclopedia of Higher Education and to make room for growth, the Sinclair School of Nursing is planning a new building in the near future. Beginning architectural designs are in place, and fundraising has begun, with hopes of a new building in five years.
SSON Building fund
The Sinclair School of Nursing’s new building is estimated to cost $55 million, and your gift will make a difference. Give now!
The new School of Nursing building will create an environment that will significantly leverage technology to enhance productivity in our core missions of instruction, research, service and economic development and provide space to increase the number of students served.
- Accommodate an increase in enrollment of 40 students per class and attract preeminent faculty and the required increase in staff to maintain accreditation.
- Provide an experiential and evidence-based learning environment.
- Create a synergistic research environment for faculty and research teams.
- Expand the Essig Simulation center and establish safe practices facilities with mock hospital and ambulatory settings.
- Institute an interdisciplinary center for research and innovation, emphasizing the merging of nursing, science, engineering and other disciplines to generate knowledge for nurses at the frontlines.