At Northeastern School of Nursing, we apply Boyer’s model of scholarship as a conceptual anchor to define and describe scholarly contributions of our faculty and students. We recognize the following areas of scholarship as complementary:
Discovery (Knowledge creation)
Primary empirical research
Development of innovative teaching/evaluation methods
Development of clinical knowledge
Evaluating systems of care
Development of innovative healthcare delivery models
Dissemination and Implementation science
Select cameos highlighting faculty scholarly achievements in both research and practice
The School of Nursing at the Bouvé College of Health Sciences has received a five-year, $1.5 million grant from the National Institutes of Health to establish a new center designed to advance nursing scientists’ research and effective technology interventions for improving self-care and self-management for America’s older adults.
The grant, from the NIH’s National Institute of Nursing Research, provides the support to launch the Northeastern Center for Technology in Support of Self Management and Health, also known as NUCare, at the School of Nursing. The center is also closely aligned with the College of Computer and Information Science.