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Faculty group Connection empowers professor through academic shift 

School of Nursing Assistant Professor, Alisha Johnson finds support and encouragement in career switch to research from faculty group Connection.

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Formalized education on breast cancer survivorship can help nurses provide more streamlined care, SSON study finds

Findings can help create standardized, formalized education for Advanced Practice Registered Nurses earlier in their careers.

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Mizzou Nursing On the Move: Thailand, Denmark, United Kingdom, Seattle

SSON faculty present research on a global scale, connect with alumni abroad


Immigrant nurses in long-term care facilities often have more “human capital” compared to American-born nurses, SSON researcher finds

Findings can help create a more diverse, equitable workforce in nursing homes, which improves patient health outcomes.


Study aims to improve hospital discharge process

Findings from the MU Sinclair School of Nursing can help reduce hospital readmissions after patients are discharged from hospital.


Mizzou becomes part of center to stream health care in place

Mizzou is the fifth university to join the National Science Foundation consortium.


Supportive communities can help increase breastfeeding rates for moms, SSON study finds

Findings can help boost support systems and education about the health benefits of breastfeeding, particularly in rural areas where breastfeeding is less common.

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Education on under-prescribed drug helps reduce cravings for those with alcohol use disorder, MU SSON study finds

MU SSON researcher examines impact of intervention to help people struggling with one of the most common psychiatric conditions.