Nursing Innovation and Leadership at the Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing
In this Issue
Not standing Still
Armed with a $3.4M grant, an alumna, assistant professor and new fellow of the American Academy of Nursing is on a mission to improve Black Americans' health.
A commitment to community care
With focused curricula and an alumna's creation of a $2 million endowed fund with MetroHealth, the nursing school homes in on community health.
Professor earns Fulbright to advance nursing education in Kenya
What do you say when you're offered an opportunity to study in Northwest Kenya? For Deborah Lindell (NUR '03), the only option was "yes." Learn more about Lindell's work as a Fulbright Scholar and where it's taking her.
Empowering and engaging
A 2020 alumna is redefining nursing and health care by being engaged at the grassroots level to create lasting, positive change in the community.
Could a good night's sleep help control Type 1 diabetes?
Stephanie Griggs, an assistant professor and research at the School of Nursing, is studying how simple tools and practices to improve sleep may help young adults with Type 1 diabetes control their blood sugar.
This publication is produced for the alumni and friends of the Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing at Case Western Reserve University. The Forefront mission is to inform readers about the school's excellence in nursing science, education and practice and how it impacts daily lives.