The University of Texas at Austin School of Nursing Doctoral program prepares students to become researchers and to assume advanced leadership roles in nursing and health care delivery. A combination of conceptual approaches, challenging interactions in seminar discussions, and work with active researchers produces a stimulating environment for scholarly development. The program is designed to help students identify a dissertation topic, apply for research funding, and begin a lifelong research career.
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|A pilot study of three levels of health literacy measurement among Thai adults with Type 2 diabetes||Chontichachalalauk, Jiraporn|
|Spinning tires: Exploring cancer survivors’ perceptions of chemo brain||Henneghan, Ashley|
|Palliative care teaching strategies in pre-licensure nursing education: An integrative review||Lippe, Megan P.|
|Computer programs to promote cognitive function in persons with multiple sclerosis||Morrison, Janet|
|Factors predicting fatigue impact in persons with longstanding multiple sclerosis||Morrison, Janet|
|Factors associated with physical activity in Latino women: a systematic review||Tovar, Marlene|
|Factors related to the emotional responses of rural school-aged children who have asthma||Walker, Veronica G.|
|Transgender-related content in Texas nursing schools||Walsh, David|