Dean Karshmer's Blog


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From enhancing patient care to streamlining administrative tasks, AI is poised to become an indispensable tool for nurses.
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As educators and leaders in nursing education, we have a unique opportunity – and indeed, a responsibility – to collaborate in cultivating environments where nurses can thrive.
Edson College Dean Judith Karshmer smiles at a student.
Arizona State University has launched a new initiative to recruit and prepare more nurse scientists.
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The country has been celebrating the contributions of nurses everywhere this May as part of National Nurses Month.
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ASU Chief Wellness Officer and Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation Dean Judith Karshmer suggests pivoting from New Year’s resolutions to recognitions.
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The U.S. health care system needs a nursing workforce ready to serve where needed.
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Edson College now offers a Master's of Science in health care simulation.
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Sara Crance and Yingyan Huang are often referred to as “Trailblazers.” They are going where no ASU Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation student has gone before. Frankly, there aren’t many like them in the nation.
As the pandemic continues into a second full year, I have to admit it’s been challenging to focus on personal resolutions. Typical goals like wanting to “eat better,” “save more money” or “travel more” seem almost too small when we’re all still facing a virus that continues taking its toll on many of our citizens and health care workers.
Everyone reading this post deserves a round of applause, because we made it through 2021! It took some hard work and determination, but here we stand at the end of another year, with 12 months of challenges that we have overcome in our rear view mirror, and a whole year of possibilities ahead.
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