Fiscal year 2014 rankings show the University of Miami School of Nursing and Health Studies listed as first in Florida and 18th nationwide for National Institutes of Health (NIH) funding among nursing schools. Over the last decade, the school has emerged as a foremost recipient of grant awards from the (NIH). “Translational science is at the core of our school’s mission,” says Dean Nilda Peragallo. “NIH grants and other funding enable us to sustain research programs that advance nursing knowledge, engage and educate the clinical and scientific workforce of tomorrow, improve patient safety and care, impact health policy, and develop our curriculum.”
The SONHS welcomes this year’s RWJF “New Careers In Nursing” Scholars & Mentors.
Diversification of doctoral nursing program students is goal of new grant.