Mo. professor says APRN grant will benefit nursing home care

12/3/2012 | Columbia Daily Tribune (Mo.)

A $15 million grant awarded to the University of Missouri Sinclair School of Nursing means advanced practice registered nurses will be sent to nursing facilities in St. Louis to help care providers recognize changes in patient health and prevent hospitalizations, says professor Marilyn Rantz. Recently admitted to the Institute of Medicine, Rantz says her membership will help the school achieve its vision of ensuring seniors benefit from its research into care quality and aging in place.

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