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model from Pardue, K.T.; Young, P.K.; Horton-Deutsch, S.; Halstead, J., Pearsall, C. (2018). Becoming a nurse faculty leader:
model from Pardue, K.T.; Young, P.K.; Horton-Deutsch, S.; Halstead, J., Pearsall, C. (2018). Becoming a nurse faculty leader: Taking risks by being willing to fail. Nursing Forum. https://doi.org/10.1111/nuf.12244

Karen Pardue co-authors series of papers on leadership in nursing and higher ed

April 13, 2018

Karen Pardue, Ph.D., RN, CNE, ANEF, interim dean of the College of Westbrook Health Professions and professor in the Department of Nursing, recently published her fifth paper as the lead...

L-R: Glenn Stevenson, Emily Payne, Rebecca Brackin, Kylee Harrington, Philomena Richard, Sarah Couture
L-R: Glenn Stevenson, Emily Payne, Rebecca Brackin, Kylee Harrington, Philomena Richard, Sarah Couture

Students in Stevenson Lab publish in prestigious pharmacology journal

April 13, 2018

Students in the laboratory of Glenn Stevenson, Ph.D., associate professor in the Department of Psychology, in collaboration with Kenner Rice, Ph.D., director, Drug Design and Synthesis, Molecular Targets/Medications Branch at...

Christina Holt, M.D., neonatologist at Maine Maine Center, and James Quinlan, Ph.D.,associate professor in the Department of Mat
Christina Holt, M.D., neonatologist at Maine Maine Center, and James Quinlan, Ph.D., associate professor in the Department of Mathematical Sciences, collaborate in their efforts to help identify opioid addiction in newborn babies.

Mathematics professors at UNE collaborate with neonatologists to help identify opioid addiction in newborns

April 11, 2018

Can mathematical and statistical analyses of data from newborns born to opioid-addicted mothers help to enhance the delivery of care and prognoses for these infants over the first few weeks...

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