On July 27, College of Nursing leadership, faculty, and staff gathered to bid farewell to four retiring faculty members (Drs. Laurie Grubbs, Roxanne Hauber, Barbara Little, and Miriam McLarty) on the 4th floor of the University Center. The evening included fond recollections of each faculty member by their colleagues, the presentation of gifts from the College, and the recognition of Dr. Laurie Grubbs as an Emeritus Faculty member.
The evening was filled with tears and laughter as we came together to celebrate the beginning of their next big adventure!
International Indigenous Nursing Researcher Dr. Odette Best shares her work on TRAINING THE 'NATIVES’ AS NURSES: SO WHAT WENT WRONG? – AN AUSTRALIAN CONTEXT. Presented by the College of Nursing’s Center for Indigenous Nursing Research for Health Equity. more
This past weekend, College of Nursing faculty member Dr. Susan Shelton, and recent DNP graduate Dr. Maggie Salib-Barrios presented at the Florida Perinatal Mental Health Conference in Orlando. The title of the presentation was “Clinician Knowledge on Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders in Florida.” The presentation was an extension of the research conducted by Dr. Salib-Barrios under the direction of her major professor Dr. Susan Shelton.
Dr. Salib-Barrios submitted their poster in response to a call for poster presentations, and it was accepted. The poster will be presented at the Ochsner 10th Annual EBP/Research Conference in New Orleans, LA in October.