In the largest study of its kind, Stanford University researchers have found that the mental health impact of a school shooting will linger for years among students who were attending the facility where the gunshots rang out.
Robin CoganStanford Study: Mental Health Issues Linger For Years Following School Shootings
California has already seen several flu-related deaths. “It does make me a little bit more nervous” about flu season, one expert says.
Robin CoganHeadlines matter...Nurses urge people to get flu shots too, as do pharmacists. Not wanting to leave any public health folks out. Let's be more inclusive. Caring for the public's health is a collective effort with many partners.
When nurses share our expertise across sectors, it is called “outward-facing.” When we share within our profession it is called “inward-facing.” I have been on a mission to …
Robin CoganI have been on a mission to #AmplifyNursing by seeking more outward-facing opportunities to share the work of school nursing. This article is an example of reaching outside of school nursing by submitting a manuscript to a non-nursing journal.
Perpetrators of mass shootings have a lot in common. Understanding that could help prevent future violence.
Robin CoganEveryone who is concerned about #GunViolence & mass shootings needs to read this research. "First, the vast majority of mass shooters in our study experienced early childhood trauma and exposure to violence at a young age."
New York Times Magazine Staff Writer Nikole Hannah-Jones is no stranger to hard conversations about race. She grew up in Waterloo, Iowa, being bused to a
Robin Cogan"Whose kids are we willing to sacrifice? That's the question I'm asking people." - Powerful, intense question from #MacFellow @nhannahjones on Race, Education, and Growing up in Waterloo