Columbia University School of Nursing Participates in Clinical Trial to Treat Women with Sexual Dysfunction
Columbia University School of Nursing is the only site in New York State, and one of only 30 international sites selected to participate in a clinical trial to treat Acquired Female Orgasmic Disorder. The study will test whether a nasal gel...
4/29/2013 8:00 AM EDT
Women who see themselves as active participants in the delivery of their first child, and prefer a collaborative role with their healthcare provider are more likely to prefer planned home birth and the care of a midwife, according to a new survey...
3/14/2013 1:05 PM EDT
In Ethiopia, menstrual supplies are practically nonexistent. Rather than risk the embarrassment of bleeding through their clothes, many girls stay home from school during their cycle each month, which causes them to fall behind in their studies and...
3/4/2013 1:20 PM EST
No one wants to go to the hospital— and probably even more so— no one wants to return. cases, for reasons that they themselves could have prevented. Mary Donovan-Johnson, DNP, Program Director of the Acute Care Nurse Practitioner Program at...
2/14/2013 11:45 AM EST
Parental Misconceptions About Antibiotics Linked to Poor Health Literacy Levels in Latino Population
In the first study of its kind, researchers at the Columbia University School of Nursing have established that poor health literacy among Latino parents is associated with a poor understanding of the proper use antibiotics, particularly for upper...
2/1/2013 8:00 AM EST
Valentine’s Day Tips to Keep Intimacy and Sexuality Alive After or During Menopause From Columbia Nursing Expert
Columbia University School of Nursing Menopause expert Nancy Reame, PhD, provides tips for enjoying a great sex life during this stage.
2/11/2013 3:00 PM EST
Columbia U Midwifery Expert Available for Comment on Study Confirming Birth Centers Provide Safe and Effective Care
2/1/2013 10:35 AM EST