Dr. Meredith Wallace Kazer
Dean & Professor
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Top 10 Things Nurses Can Expect in 2015
Dean of the School of Nursing, Dr. Meredith Kazer, discusses exciting future opportunities for nurses.
Published in NurseZone, a resource for nurse professionals on 1/12/15
New nursing dean at Fairfield University
Meredith Wallace Kazer, a professor of nursing and associate dean of Fairfield University’s School of Nursing, has been appointed to a two-year term as dean of the school...
Published in Hearst Connecticut Media Group’s 'Education Matters' on 6/11/14
Demand growing for advanced nursing knowledge
Nurses nowadays are putting down the stethoscopes and picking up a full load of courses. With millions of new customers with the implementation of the Affordable Care Act, many medical practitioners may not have trouble job hunting. However, they may find that job-seekers with advanced educational degrees almost always qualify for positions more than those without one, especially in the nursing field. Despite the burgeoning demand for nurses, who can often fill the role of primary care physicians, it's all about the credentials, said Meredith Wallace Kazer, dean and professor of Fairfield University's nursing school...
Published in Fairfield County Business Journal, Westchester County Business Journal on 6/19/14
Fairfield University faculty published in Journal of Catholic Higher Education
This issue took a special focus on Catholic higher education and nursing. It included articles by Fairfield faculty: 'Integrative Nursing and Health Sciences Initiatives for the 21st Century: Vision and Pedagogy at One Jesuit University,' by Suzanne Hetzel Campbell, Robbin D. Crabtree, Patrick Kelly 'Service-Learning Initiatives in Nursing Education,' by Eileen O'Shea, Jessica Planas, Melissa Quan, Lydia Greiner, Meredith Kazer, Lynn Babington.
Published in The Journal of Catholic Higher Education (JCHE), the peer-reviewed, semiannual journal of the Association of Catholic Colleges and Universities
Bill examines the role of nurses, potential for cost savings
Meredith Wallace Kazer, an APRN and associate dean of Fairfield University's School of Nursing, said studies have repeatedly demonstrated that APRNs have been successful in working independent of doctors. "It's high time that we're allowed to function to the extent that we're able to," Kazer said.
Published in Fairfield County Business Journal; Westchester County Business Journal on 3/2/13