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Advanced practice registered nurses key to improving nursing home care, SSON study finds

University of Missouri researcher finds APRNs are often overlooked, underutilized in nursing homes.

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Exploring the areas of virtual reality, augmented reality, mixed reality and artificial intelligence, Mizzou scholars are working across disciplines to enter the metaverse.


Texting may help reduce avoidable hospitalizations from nursing homes

A $1 million NIH grant will help MU researchers speed up decision-making in nursing homes, improve quality of care.

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Resiliency, family support help Hispanic breast cancer survivors manage lymphedema

Mizzou Nursing researcher studies factors that help Hispanic women return to work, adapt to life with lymphedema after surviving breast cancer.

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Black nursing home residents, those under age 65 more likely to have repeat transfers to hospital, SSON study finds

Study also found those with ‘full-code’ status regarding end-of-life care more likely to have repeat transfers than those with ‘do-not-resuscitate’ status.

Aging in Place

SSON study finds health benefits of ‘aging in place’ at TigerPlace

Care at independent living facility helps older adults avoid declines in physical, mental and cognitive health outcomes.


Malaika Gallimore – Student Spotlight

Malaika Gallimore was highlighted in a recent Show Me Mizzou article for her recently funded and extremely competitive F31 Ruth L. Kirschstein National Research Service Award.