The mission of the College of Nursing at the University of Missouri-St. Louis is to transform lives by fostering a vibrant community of compassionate and inspired nurses. We develop nurses from diverse backgrounds who are dedicated to the pursuit of excellence and leadership through innovative baccalaureate and graduate programs. We engage community partners to respond to the needs of the communities we serve. We generate, translate, and disseminate new knowledge into practice that advances healthcare globally.

The College of Nursing shapes the future of nursing and healthcare in our community and globally, inspiring excellence in education, research, practice, and policy-making for the health and well-being of all.

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Dissertations from 2009

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Exercise Motivation for Breast Cancer Risk Reduction, Maureen Elaine Wood

Dissertations from 2008

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AN EXPLORATION OF THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN STRESS PHYSIOLOGICAL SIGNALS AND STRESS BEHAVIORS IN PRETERM INFANTS DURING PERIODS OF ENVIRONMENTAL STRESS IN THE INTENSIVE CARE UNIT., Niang-Huei Peng

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A Comparison of Perinatal Care Providers' use of the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development Standardized Terminology in Documentation of Intrapartal Fetal Heart Rate Patterns, Faye M. Sigman

Dissertations from 2007

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Perceptions of Dyspnea, Physical Activity, and Functional Status in Obese Women, Donna Althea Jewell

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A Comparison Of An Individually Tailored And A Standardized Asthma Self-Management Education Program, Judy Ann Shackelford

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Missouri Ozark Women's Experiences of Living with Postpartum Depression Symptoms, Nathalie B. Williams

Dissertations from 2006

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HEALTHY LIFESTYLES OF ADULTS IN A WORK SETTING, Kim Schafer Astroth

Dissertations from 2001

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Sepsis Bundle Completion, Jenna Churnock