Burned Out by COVID Caregiving, Health Care Workers Say It’s Time to Fix the System. Is Anyone Listening?
Health | March 1, 2021
What we are asking of health care professionals, in many contexts, is just not sustainable.” —Linsey Steege, PhD, Assoc. Professor, UW–Madison, School of Nursing
Celebrating CARDS 10-Year Anniversary Elevating the Community Voice
Morgridge Center for Public Service | February 2, 2021
The Community Advisors on Research Design and Strategies (CARDS®) recently celebrated a major milestone: their 10-year anniversary. CARDS is one of the stakeholder engagement services offered by the Wisconsin Network for Research Support (WINRS), based at the UW–Madison School of Nursing.
Nursing Homes And COVID-19
WORT FM Madison | February 11, 2021
Why were nursing homes hit so hard by COVID-19? Our guest Barbara Bowers, professor and associate dean for research in the School of Nursing at UW–Madison. Dr. Bowers describes the essence of nursing homes, what services they provide, why they didn’t anticipate and have contingencies for infectious outbreaks, and why nursing homes were so vulnerable when COVID first hit.
Inclusive Excellence Plan is Key to Fulfilling Higher Purpose
The Diversity Digest | Winter 2021
“As academic nurse leaders educating the next generation of nurse scientists, clinicians, policy makers, and educators, we share an urgent goal that requires strategy and planning to realize sustained progress.” —Linda Scott, PhD, RN, NEA-BC, FNAP, FAAN, dean and professor, UW–Madison School of Nursing
Know Your Madisonian: School district’s head nurse tackles COVID-19 with decades of experience
Wisconsin State Journal | January 23, 2021
“I always knew, from being a young person, I wanted to be a nurse and I wanted to work with children.” —Sally Zirbel-Donisch MSN ’87, head nurse, Madison School District