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Inadequate Staffing, Communication Issues Force Nurses to Skip Important Care During Labor and Birth
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NYU faculty members have outlined paths of academic inquiry that are likely to be undertaken as a result of the pandemic.
Emotional Support from Parents—And Specifically, How Teens Perceive Their Relationships with Their Parents—Associated with Cyberbullying Behaviors
With COVID-19 cases surging in parts of the country, NYU Meyers’ Donna Hallas outlines steps K-12 schools must take if they choose to reopen
New York University’s Rory Meyers College of Nursing and the Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development will host a virtual event exclusively for members of the media about the risks and challenges of sending children back to school this fall.
Through New Training Program Funding, ‘Bridging the Gap’ Aims to Expand Dental Workforce with Skills and Commitment to Patients with Disabilities and Complex Medical Conditions
Older adults are not only vulnerable to COVID-19, but another public health crisis: social isolation.
Epidemiologists, Virologists, Nurses, and Other Health Experts Can Address Emergency Preparedness, the Biology of Viruses, and Preventing the Spread of Disease
Study Also Finds Collaboration Among Health Professionals Not Hindered When Units Employ More Nurses Educated Outside the U.S.