Recent Articles by

Christine Phelan Kueter

April 01, 2019
Mothers whose babies land in neonatal intensive care units are at greater risk for postpartum depression. A nursing graduate student’s study suggests an intervention that may make a difference for the infants and their moms.
March 14, 2019
Once discharged from hospitals, many heart failure patients face an uphill battle managing their symptoms. Nursing professor Jill Howie-Esquivel is testing a new approach that addresses a trifecta of problems that menace heart failure patients.
January 16, 2019
In the fall, UVA faculty, staff and students, alongside police officers from the city, county and University, wrestled with questions about racial bias, inequality and what those issues mean for them in their roles.
November 27, 2018
One of just a handful of nurse-architects in the U.S., Tammy Felker uses her deep understanding of nursing to inform her work designing architectural spaces with health care clients.
November 09, 2018
Refugee children are significantly less likely to become immunized than native-born children, but that may not be for a lack of parents’ desire to have their child safeguarded.
November 06, 2018
A new $726,000 Department of Justice grant to UVA’s School of Nursing will improve how strangulation in the context of intimate partner violence is identified, understood and prosecuted in court.
October 15, 2018
The 3-year-old Australian mini-Labradoodle has impeccable manners and is a human magnet, which makes him perfect for the job.
September 19, 2018
After more than a decade at the helm of the School of Nursing, Dean Dorrie K. Fontaine, the Sadie Heath Cabaniss Professor of Nursing, will step down July 31.
September 18, 2018
Re-initiating the work of community health nurse Holly Edwards, who died in 2017, Sharon Veith, an assistant professor of nursing, is reopening nursing clinics in Charlottesville’s Crescent Hall and Westhaven communities.
September 12, 2018
A nursing professor is investigating whether helping patients with mild cognitive decline could benefit from a better night’s sleep.