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Dr. Alisa Lincoln, jointly appointed professor of Health Sciences and Sociology, discusses the link between socioeconomic status and mental health

Dr. Alisa Lincoln, jointly appointed professor of Health Sciences and Sociology, discusses the link between socioeconomic status and mental health

Associate Professor of Nursing Dr. Elizabeth Howard Receives Prestigious Honor
Congratulations to Dr. Elizabeth (Betsy) Howard who was recently selected for Fellowship in the American Academy of Nursing (AAN)!  Dr. Howard will be officially inducted as a Fellow at an induction ceremony that has been scheduled during the AAN’s Annual Conference in October, ... more
Prof. Beth Molnar, director of the Population Health PhD program, discusses her research developing the Vicarious Trauma Toolkit

Prof. Beth Molnar, director of the Population Health PhD program, discusses her research developing the Vicarious Trauma Toolkit

Developing Overhand Throwing Skills for a Child With Autism With a Collaborative Approach in School-Based Therapy

SCHOOL OF NURSING EARNS ACCREDITATION FROM AMERICAN NURSES CREDENTIALING CENTER
Northeastern University School of Nursing is pleased to announce it achieved accreditation by American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC). ANCC Accreditation distinguishes organizations that demonstrate quality and excellence in the curriculum design and delivery of continuing nursing education (CNE). Accredited organizations, like Northeastern University School of Nursing meet comprehensive, evidenced-based criteria to ensure CNE activities are ... more

Prof. Gary Young, director of Center for Health Policy and Healthcare Research, discusses the Senate healthcare bill

Health Sciences professors, Drs. Kristin Madison and Jean McGuire, discuss the future of healthcare reform at Law School panel

Health Sciences professors, Drs. Kristin Madison and Jean McGuire, discuss the future of healthcare reform at Law School panel

Research by a team led by Dr. Phil Brown, University Distinguished Professor of Sociology and Health Sciences, “reveals the inadequacy of U.S. chemical regulation and highlights the need for health-protective, precautionary chemical policy”

Research by a team led by Dr. Phil Brown, University Distinguished Professor of Sociology and Health Sciences, “reveals the inadequacy of U.S. chemical regulation and highlights the need for health-protective, precautionary chemical policy”

Can Patient Navigators Improve Adherence to Disease-Modifying Antirheumatic Drugs? Quantitative Findings from the Med Assist Plot Study.

Fear of Movement and Associated Factors among Adults with Symptomatic Knee Osteoarthritis.

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