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School of Nursing Report NUNA Society Annual Meeting. June 14, 2006. Goal: Top 100 in US News and World Report #115 in August 2005 (top 1/3 rd ) 27,500+ applications for 2800 freshman seats Change in leadership Resignation of President Richard Freeland President–elect Joseph Aoun

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today s northeastern
Goal: Top 100 in US News and World Report

#115 in August 2005 (top 1/3rd)

27,500+ applications for 2800 freshman seats

Change in leadership

Resignation of President Richard Freeland

President–elect Joseph Aoun

Beginning 3rd year of Academic Enhancement Plan: Increase in faculty and research

Today’s Northeastern
our aspiration
Nationally/internationally known for:

Interdisciplinary education

Urban education, research, and service

Our Aspiration
facts and figures

Undergraduate: 1850 (plus 400 new for fall)

Graduate: 955 (plus 345 new for fall)

Faculty: 150

Staff: 150

Facts and Figures
academic programs
Pharmacy: PharmD & pharmaceutical sciences

Health Professions: DPT; athletic training; counseling and educational psychology; PA; cardiopulmonary and exercise sciences; speech, language pathology, & audiology; health science

Collaborative programs: Biotechnology; health informatics

Academic Programs
bouve centers
Center for Community Health Education, Research and Service (CCHERS)

Institute on Urban Health Research

Center for Drug Discovery

New England Inflammation and Tissue Protection Institute

Center for Pharmaceutical Biotechnology and Nanomedicine

National Education and Research Center for Outcome Assessment

Bouve Centers
school of nursing

School of Nursing

nursing enrollment
BSN students: 550

Freshman: 80 admissions/year

Transfer admissions: 30-40/year

RN-BSN: 20

Master’s students: 190

32 direct entry admissions/year

40 RN-MS and BSN-MS admissions/year

Nursing Enrollment
graduate program
Administration: Nurse Administrator/Manager and MS/MBA

Anesthesia: CRNA

Critical Care: Neonatal NP, Adult Acute Care NP, and Adult Health CNS

Pediatric Care: Primary Care andAcute Care NP

Primary Care: Adult and Family NP

Psychiatric Mental Health: CNS/NP – child/adolescent and adult

Graduate Program
undergraduate initiatives
Modifying the co-op program

Will soon be offering a 4-year option with co-op

Continue to have a very strong community focus

Undergraduate Initiatives
graduate initiatives
New MS specializations

Adult Health Clinical Nurse Specialist

Acute Care Pediatric Nurse Practitioner

On-site MS offerings at MGH

Doctoral programs

PhD in Nursing – first class Fall 2007

DNP (doctorate in nursing practice) – launch in 2006-2007 academic year

Graduate Initiatives
quality indicators
US News & World Report (2003) graduate program rankings

#75 among 277 graduate nursing programs

#11- Pediatric NP

#30 - Nurse Anesthesia

Quality Indicators
quality indicators17
October 2003 - 10 year re-accreditation for nurse anesthesia program from AANA Council on Accreditation

October 2004 - 10 year accreditation from Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE)

Quality Indicators
nursing faculty
30 full-time faculty

Over 60 part-time faculty

Many preceptors supervising students in over 100 clinical agencies

Nursing Faculty
faculty research activities
Women (substance abuse, perinatal injury, cardiovascular health)

Risk factors in children (sexual abuse, early sexual debut, obesity)

Pharmacologic treatment of adolescent depression

PTSD in children after PICU hospitalization

Parental uncertainty with NF-1

Traumatic brain injury

Faculty Research Activities
recent faculty recognitions
Angela Nannini – Innovative Use of Technology in Teaching Award

Susan Jo Roberts – Research funding from the National Lesbian Health Association

Jane Aroian - Faculty Research Fellowship at the Center for Work and Learning

Valeria Ramdin - Nursing Excellence Award from NERBNA

Recent Faculty Recognitions
recent faculty recognitions21
Michelle Beauchesne – Induction into National Academies of Practice

Carol Glod – Chair of the NU Faculty Senate

Lynn Babington & Betsy Howard – Faculty Scholars at IUHR

Ann Hill & Catherine O’Connor – Practice Oriented Education Award

Brenda Douglas – Excellence in Teaching Award

Recent Faculty Recognitions
school of nursing goals
Increase research productivity

Increase diversity in student body and faculty

More clinical partnerships to address faculty shortage and refine clinical education

Keep curriculum current vis a vis health care changes and needs

Increase funding raising through research and training grants, and corporate and alumni development efforts

School of Nursing Goals
continuing education bouve institute
Peri-operative program

ED program

Refresher program

School Health Institute


Partner for NU at MGH and DNP

Considering on-line Anesthesia CE

Your suggestions???

Continuing Education: Bouve Institute
6500 nursing alumni
ASN = 800

BSN = 4800

MS = 775

Double Huskies = 300

Triple Huskies = 20

6500 Nursing Alumni
6500 nursing alumni26


Other NE states

All other US

Other countries

How Many?

4500 (69%)

750 (12%)

1300 (20%)

40 (0.6%)

6500 Nursing Alumni
alumni participation
Time and expertise donated to the School

Full-time and part-time faculty

Clinical preceptors

Monetary giving in FY 2004

Participation rate: 11.8%

Gifts to nursing: 1.6%

Gifts to other designations: 10.2%

Alumni Participation
alumni growth
First elected board

New Bylaws

Build on program success of previous year

Create Rita Flynn Endowed Scholarship Fund

Other member-generated initiatives

Alumni Growth