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Recent CHP MSON News

Dean of the College of Health Professions and McAuley School of Nursing Christine Pacini has been appointed chairperson of an American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN) national task force, Vision for Nursing Education.

The Healthcare Management Degree Guide also named Detroit Mercy as one of the top Midwestern Universities for a graduate degree in healthcare management in a recent ranking.

Congratulations to Assistant Professor of Nursing Rosanne Burson and Assistant Professor of Nursing Katherine Moran for winning the 37th annual Alpha Sigma Nu Book Awards for their book, The Doctor of Nursing Practice Scholarly Project: A Framework for Success.

Since 2015, Clinical Associate Professor of Patient Management Melanie Mayberry has led a grant-funded program provided by the DMC Foundation, which concluded on May 31. The approximately $65,300 award supported a pilot program for integrated medical and oral health collaborations with a goal to improve patient knowledge of oral health as it relates to pregnancy.

Cynthia Zolnierek ’81 received the inaugural Association of Public Health Nurses Legacy Award, honoring Maude E. Callen, at the ACHNE/APHN conference in Indianapolis.

Balqis Elhaddi '13, who received her MHS in Health Services Administration, was featured in the Crain's Detroit Business article, "Project manager, Henry Ford Health system," May 22.

Health Services Administration alumna Jennifer A. Stuart ’00 has been appointed Walled Lake city Clerk and was highlighted in the Oakland Press article, “Walled Lake names new clerk,” April 22.

Alumna Natalie Rau ’99 joined Shoreline Fruit as Director of Quality Assurance and Research and Development and was highlighted in the Record Eagle article, “Business Memoranda: 3/23/2016,” March 22.

U.S. News & World Report released the list of “2017 Best Graduate Schools,” ranking University of Detroit Mercy’s Nurse Anesthesia program as the 10th best program in the nation, as well as the Graduate Business Management program as the #16 best.

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