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Revised Informed Consent and HIPAA documents

Revised Informed Consent and HIPAA documents. The changes were minor, added spacing for the IRB stamp, removed the old stamp box etc.

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IRB contact person for your department

IRB contact person for your department

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Memory Café offers those with Alzheimer’s, dementia a place to socialize

Louisville’s first Memory Café will launch August 26. It is a collaborative effort between the University of Louisville School of Nursing Caregivers Program of Research and the local Alzheimer’s Association chapter.

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New leader to guide nursing school’s undergraduate programs

Ruth R. Staten, PhD, PMH-CS-NP BC, is the new associate dean of undergraduate programs at the University of Louisville School of Nursing.

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New program to give undergraduate nursing students a taste of research

Undergraduate Research Scholar Program gives students an opportunity to work with a faculty mentor.

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Interdisciplinary education seeks to improve palliative care

University of Louisville program is result of work from $1.5 million NIH grant

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Interdisciplinary education seeks to improve palliative care

University of Louisville program is result of work from $1.5 million NIH grant

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Hazardous Materials Reminder

A new page has been added on hazardous materials.

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After 121 years, identification of ‘grave robber’ fossil solves a paleontological enigma

After 121 years, identification of ‘grave robber’ fossil solves a paleontological enigma

UofL professor part of team that discovered fossil is an example of the Lazarus effect

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UofL receives support to transform health care education

Schools of Nursing and Dentistry share nearly $1.1 million federal grant

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Will Low-Cost Genome Sequencing Open 'Pandora's Box"? (Oct. 2012)

Hear Prof. Rothstein's comments at 05:45 on a Morning Edition segment by Correspondent and Senior Editor on NPR's Science DeskRob Stein.

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