ISU Nursing Graduate Program has Strong Showing at National Conference
The Idaho State University School of Nursing’s Graduate Program is continuing to show signs of excellence four years after its inception. The 2017 American Association of Colleges of Nursing’s Research Doctoral Education Conference and Research Leadership Network Program in San Diego had great representation from the ISU Ph.D. in Nursing program. Second-year students and Jonas Scholars Karen Stevens and Ashley Anderson, first graduate of the ISU Ph.D. in Nursing Program Dr. Tamera Rose and Director of Nursing Research Dr. Mary Nies were in attendance at the events.
“It was an honor to participate with our Outstanding Ph.D. in Nursing students at the American Association of Nursing Doctoral Conference,” said Nies. “It was a great opportunity for our ISU PhD students to network with other Ph.D. students from around the country and to meet and talk with leading Nurse Scientists in their area of research.”
The delegation from ISU presented the following works at the events.
- Nies, M.A. & Rose, T. (2017, January) “Three Year PhD in Nursing Program: First Graduate Outcomes” Peer Reviewed Podium presentation at the American Association College of Nurses: Doctoral Education Conference, San Diego, CA.
- Anderson, A. & Nies, M.A. (2017, January) “Refugees and Population Health” Peer Reviewed Poster presentation at the American Association College of Nurses: Doctoral Education Conference, San Diego, CA.
- Stevens, K.P., (2017, January) "From You've Got Mail to #Hashtags: Faculty Relevancy in a 140 Character World" Invited Podium presentation at the American Association College of Nurses: Research Leadership Conference, San Diego, CA.
- Stevens, K.P., Litchman, M.L., & Nies, M.A., (2017, January) “Use of Social Media for Research and Practice” Invited Panel presentation at the 2017 American Association College of Nurses: Research Leadership Network Doctoral Conference, San Diego, CA.
ISU’s Doctor of Philosophy in Nursing courses are delivered online. The program prepares the candidate to conduct independent research, collaborate as a scholar and leader and educate for improving health and health care globally. Students will be admitted to the Ph.D. in Nursing degree program on full time status. For more information, click here, call (208) 282-2132 or email firstname.lastname@example.org