Georgetown University School of Nursing & Health Studies, through exciting educational opportunities and vibrant research and scholarly endeavors, seeks to promote health equity and improve the health of the population in our local community, across the nation, and around the world.

Research and Scholarly Environment

Research and scholarship are woven throughout the fabric of the School of Nursing & Health Studies. Faculty members are principal investigators on grant awards from the federal government and other sources, and students have the opportunity to conduct research, present their findings, and publish their scholarship.

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Learning Environment

Founded in 1903 as the university's nursing program, the school has more than 115 years of experience in combining classroom-based learning with dynamic hands-on learning experiences.

Today, "experiential learning" takes shape through thousands of clinical and internship placement sites for graduate and undergraduate students, scientific investigations in our Discovery Center, clinical skills development and refinement in our O'Neill Family Foundation Clinical Simulation Center, and precepted global health research practica on multiple continents.

Supporting experiential learning has been a significant priority for school leadership and the school's advisory board.

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  • Nationally ranked graduate programs
  • Technological innovation in distance education
  • Exceptional faculty-student mentorship inside the classroom and within experiential learning activities
  • A close-knit learning community
  • Excellent educational outcomes, career placement, and advanced study opportunities

Community-Based Collaborations

Because of its mission and its vast educational reach, in the nation's capital, throughout the country, and around the globe, the School of Nursing & Health Studies takes seriously its commitment to community-based collaborations to minimize health disparities and advance health equity.

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