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MSU nursing professor inducted into research hall of fame

July 17, 2010 -- MSU News Service


Clarann Weinert, a professor in MSU's College of Nursing, is one of 22 nurse researchers recently inducted into the Sigma Theta Tau International Nurse Researcher Hall of Fame. Photo courtesy of Clarann Weinert.   High-Res Available

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Clarann Weinert, a professor in Montana State University's College of Nursing, is one of 22 nurse researchers recently inducted into the Sigma Theta Tau International Nurse Researcher Hall of Fame. The recognition honors members of the Sigma Theta Tau International's Honor Society of Nursing who have achieved long-term, broad national and/or international recognition for their work, and whose research has impacted the profession and the people it serves.

The induction award ceremony was held Friday, July 16, at the International Nursing Research Congress in Orlando, Fla.

The honored nurses are leaders, mentors, scholars and role models whose research projects have been focused on areas such as patient/family outcomes, community wellness, national or international health care policy and health care interventions.

Weinert studies healthy management of long-term chronic health problems. Her research focuses on individuals and families, rural health, the role of social support in chronic illness, the research application of technology as an intervention modality and instrument development.

Clarann Weinert, (406) 994-2782 or cweinert@montana.edu