Read recent media coverage of UW School of Nursing faculty, staff, research and programs.
Simple intervention improves sleep of menopausal women: Chatting on the phone with a sleep coach and keeping a nightly sleep diary can improve sleep quality and reduce insomnia in women through menopause, according to a study by UW School of Nursing and Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center. Susan McCurry, research professor in Psychosocial and Community Health, is the study’s principal investigator. Read more in UW Health Sciences NewsBeat.
Katie Rose on Top of the World: Twenty years after her father, Seattle climbing legend Scott Fischer, died on Everest, Katie Rose Fischer-Price traveled back to the land that claimed him—and found herself in the midst of an even greater catastrophe. Fischer-Price was a senior at the UW School of Nursing when her father passed. Read more in the Seattle Times.
4 Myths about Nursing: Pamela Cipriano, ’81, president of the American Nurses Association, offers up four pervasive myths about nurses in the United States. Read more in the Huffington Post.