Nursing@Georgetown Blog


RN Radio: Ethics in Nursing

Welcome to RN Radio, the podcast for nurses and nursing students with a passion for learning and staying informed and brought to you by Nursing@Georgetown, the online Master of Science Degree in Nursing from Georgetown University School of Nursing & Health Studies.

The Role of Nurse Practitioners in Health Care Reform

"The Affordable Care Act created new health care delivery and payment models that emphasize teamwork, care coordination, value, and prevention: models in which nurses can contribute a great deal of knowledge and skill. Indeed, the nursing profession is making a wide-reaching impact by providing quality, patient-centered, accessible, and affordable care."

RN Radio: Myths About Midwifery

Welcome to RN Radio, the podcast for nurses and nursing students with a passion for learning and staying informed and brought to you by Nursing@Georgetown, the online Master of Science Degree in Nursing from Georgetown University School of Nursing & Health Studies.

Closing the Gap in Youth Mental Health

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), 13-20 percent of children living in the United States experience a mental health disorder each year, but only 1 in 5 of those children receive treatment. Nursing@Georgetown explored how Family Nurse Practitioners can identify children at risk for mental health disorders and help to bridge that gap in treatment.

Spotlight on Men's Health

Men live an average of 4.8 years less than women, and despite this rate improving over time (down from 5.2 years  in 2000), there are still steps that can be taken in health education and to raise awareness to improve men’s health. 

Georgetown Nursing Alumna Opens Clinic in Her Community

This year, Georgetown University nursing alumna Jody Stubler (G’14), MS, FNP-C, RN, opened HOPE Family Medical Center in Salt Lake City.
This clinic provides affordable health care services to those …