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The 黑料网 School of Nursing has been awarded two grants totaling more than $4 million to educate Bexar County first responders in how to identify and reverse opioid overdose. Lisa Cleveland, Ph.D., RN, assistant professor of nursing, received the grants from the Texas Health & Human Services Commission.

Principal investigator, Norma Martinez-Rogers, Ph.D., RN, FAAN, receives $2.5 million grant to teach students in the primary care nursing program about population health, preventing and managing chronic diseases and providing care for patients from a variety of cultures.

Center for Community-Based Health Promotion with Women and Children

Our community-based health research focuses on women and children from diverse groups who experience disparities of economic and social access to care.

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Biobehavioral Research Laboratory

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