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  • University of Texas School of Nursing at Houston | Center for Nursing Research
    of Nursing With one third of the School of Nursing faculty engaged in extramurally funded research and annual expenditures averaging approximately 1 7 million the majority funded by the National Institutes of Health NIH the CNR plays an integral role in supporting faculty and students with their research needs In addition to the NIH the Department of Veteran s Affairs the Alzheimer s Association professional nursing organizations numerous corporate and industry sponsors as well as private sources provide funding for research grants Associate Dean and Staff Nancy Bergstrom PhD RN FAAN Associate Dean Research Email Kathryn J Husband MS Administrative Director Center For Nursing Research Email Duck Hee Kang PhD RN FAAN Director Biosciences Laboratory Email Sandra K Hanneman PhD RN FAAN Professor Email Nikhil S Padhye PhD Associate Professor Research Email Stanley Cron MSPH Instructor Research Email Jennifer L Guerra BS Administrative Coordinator Email Bonnie L Sandoval Senior Grants Contracts Specialist Email Research Information Mission and General Information Mission Statement Research Faculty Services SciVal Funding Pre Award Grant Services Post Award Grant Services Statistical Consultation Laboratory Services Research Related Student Travel pdf Grant Opportunities Intramural Grant Opportunities Extramural Grant Opportunities Current Activities Research Seminar Series Research Day 2013 Presentations

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  • University of Texas School of Nursing at Houston | Contact Us
    a limited number of spaces available For information on additional parking in the area see Texas Medical Center Visitor Parking View Larger Map For Admissions Questions Student Affairs Office The University of Texas School of Nursing at Houston 6901 Bertner Avenue Room 220 Houston Texas 77030 Phone 713 500 2100 or 1 800 232 8876 Fax 713 500 2107 Email soninfo uth tmc edu Other Contact Information School of Nursing

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  • University of Texas School of Nursing at Houston | Apply to the School of Nursing
    just have other questions you can contact the Student Affairs office directly I m ready to apply Now that you re ready to go simply click find your desired program s link below for requirements and instructions for filling out the application Check those instructions carefully and then locate the CLICK HERE link in the instructions to proceed to the application form Applying to the BSN Program Step 1 Check the BSN Program Instructions and Requirements Step 2 Check the BSN Application Deadlines Step 3 Apply to the Bachelor of Science in Nursing BSN Program Applying to the MSN or Post Master s Program Step 1 Check the MSN Post Master s Program Instructions and Requirements Step 2 Check the MSN Post Master s Application Deadlines Step 3 Download the Letter of Reference Form pdf Step 4 Apply to the Master of Science in Nursing MSN or Post Master s Program Applying to the DNP Program Step 1 Check the DNP Program Instructions and Requirements Step 2 Check the DNP Application Deadlines Step 3 Download the Recommendation Letter Form Step 4 Apply to the Doctor of Nursing Practice DNP Program Apply to the PhD Program Step 1 Check the PhD

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  • University of Texas School of Nursing at Houston | Why UTHealth Nursing?
    psychiatric hospital our interwoven strengths will enable us to transform health care through knowledge and discovery We derive great strength from our diversity which uniquely positions us to tackle complex health challenges and leverage emerging opportunities We are bold cutting edge caring and collaborative Why UTHealth School of Nursing Here s why Innovation UT School of Nursing is nationally recognized for developing innovative academic programs We are the first school in Texas to offer a Doctor of Nursing Practice DNP degree and an option of our BSN accelerated program offers students the opportunity to Live the Life of a Nurse while earning a degree Preparation UT School of Nursing is highly regarded within the health care community for producing some of the best qualified and most well trained nurses available anywhere As the nation faces a rising shortage of educated nurses we are attracting many nontraditional and returning students Dedication Each student has the opportunity to learn under the tutelage of nurse educators and nurse scientists who are dedicated to academic excellence diversity clinical best practices and transforming health care Our faculty prepares nurses not only to provide care but to care enough to teach and to know enough to contribute to advancing health care discovery Location We are located in the Texas Medical Center which encompasses six separate campuses and 48 member institutions spread over more than 1 000 acres Here you have the best of all possible worlds within health care a cutting edge center for research and discovery and a centrally located campus in the fourth largest city in the nation Conservation The School of Nursing is the first LEED Gold building in the UT System recognized by the U S Green Building Council as among the greenest most energy efficient buildings in the nation It symbolizes

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  • University of Texas School of Nursing at Houston | Degrees Offered
    Nursing offers a challenging program of academic preparation Bachelor of Science in Nursing The Baccalaureate Degree in Nursing BSN program is designed for students who want to enter the profession of nursing and for nurses who have earned an associate degree or diploma in nursing and seek to obtain the baccalaureate degree Graduates of this program are prepared to take the licensure examination NCLEX to become a registered nurse and to accept entry level positions in nursing Read more about the BSN Program Master of Science in Nursing The Master of Science in Nursing MSN prepares the graduate to make significant contributions to the improvement of health care and to influence health care policy through advanced clinical practice and research that meets the complex health challenges and needs of society Several concentrations and role components are available Read more about the MSN Program Doctor of Nursing Practice The Doctor of Nursing Practice DNP program positions advanced practice nurses to be clinical scholars and faculty members in nursing education It is a practice doctorate that signifies outstanding evidence based patient care and leadership in nursing practice and health care organizations In May 2009 the UT School of Nursing graduated the first class of DNPs in Texas Read more about the DNP Program Doctor of Philosophy in Nursing The Doctor of Philosophy in Nursing PhD program prepares nurse scientists to develop test and implement innovation in health care delivery and to teach the next generation of nurses in research Doctoral graduates have various career options including faculty positions in schools or colleges of nursing director and investigator positions in nursing related research programs and nurse leader roles in health care delivery Read more about the PhD Program All programs are accredited by the appropriate agencies The University of Texas School of Nursing

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  • University of Texas School of Nursing at Houston | Faculty Practice
    on a fee for service or contractual basis The School of Nursing is a national leader and trendsetter in this concept of joining consultation with health care agencies Some examples Student health services at local universities Cardiovascular rehabilitation services Group therapy for bipolar disorders Emergency nurse practitioners for triage and urgent care Research and evidence based practice leadership for local hospitals Benefits of the Faculty Practice Program The agency has access to a highly trained professional without paying full time salary and benefits The program contributes to the growth and development of the agency through the utilization of renowned nursing experts The program offers not only a selected faculty member but the possibility of other RNs enrolled at the School of Nursing who are seeking professional learning experiences through various clinical projects The program enhances capabilities to document clinical cost and quality outcomes The program affords the opportunity to recruit students for future needs How does the program work An agency expresses a need for a certain service or set of services and determines how much time it will require The School of Nursing matches the need with faculty expertise and arranges for the two parties to meet to discuss mutual interest When an agreement has been reached fees are calculated the agreement contract is signed and the services are initiated How are faculty matched with agencies Faculty interview with the agency before final selection A match between philosophies and working styles is very important to a successful outcome What are the program costs Fees are calculated based on faculty salary benefits and indirect cost Since the School of Nursing is a not for profit state agency fees are used to cover only expenses keeping costs at a reasonable level and far below other means of obtaining these services What

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  • University of Texas School of Nursing at Houston | About UTHealth Nursing
    in the world famous Texas Medical Center where students enjoy the resources of a distinguished health science center combined with the expertise of the world s largest medical center The UTHealth School of Nursing offers programs resulting in a Bachelor of Science in Nursing Master of Science in Nursing Doctor of Philosophy in Nursing or Doctor of Nursing Practice degree The school also provides a wide variety of settings in which students and faculty can study conduct research and participate in clinical practice The school is proud of the quality and variety of experiences that are offered our graduate and undergraduate students With over 960 students currently enrolled the UTHealth School of Nursing graduates an average of 185 new nurses and 130 nurses with graduate degrees each year More than 9 170 nurses have graduated since 1972 School Facts and Information Dean s Office Administration Mission and Vision Statements Strategic Plan pdf Award winning School of Nursing and Student Community Center Timeline Employment Opportunities Contact Us Departments and Offices Office of Academic Affairs Office of Student Affairs Department of Acute and Continuing Care Department of Family Health Department of Nursing Systems Centers and Programs Center on Aging Continuing Education Program

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  • University of Texas School of Nursing at Houston | Giving to the School
    with that in mind and with my deepest gratitude that I thank you for your continued philanthropic investment in the UTHealth School of Nursing our faculty our students and our research We remain the leading school of nursing in Texas and we continue attracting and recruiting top caliber students who as graduate will become the excellent healthcare providers for our community Your gifts are investments in excellence in nursing education and in the quality of healthcare that our community receives Thank you for your investment in us and in our community There are many ways you can support our faculty student and research You may elect to endow a chair a professorship or a scholarship in your name to honor someone dear to you or in memory of someone You may elect to give an annual gift to the Dean s Excellence Fund For more details please contact our director of development Sara Oussar Dean Patricia L Starck DSN RN Development Office Sara Oussar Director Development Email Mandy Kaplon Development Program Coordinator Email Office of Development Giving to the School Ways to Give Program Priorities pdf SON Advisory Council PARTNERS SON Alumni Sara Oussar Director of Development UTHealth School of

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