2024 Undergraduate Summer Internships
Multiple Summer Interhsips avialble in the the Elaine Marieb Center in Summer 2024.
- Project 1: Medical Device and Robotic Technology Development
- Project 2: Black Maternal Mobility in Western Massachusetts: The Experience of Transportation Among Black Pregnant Women
- Project 3: Applying Individualized Blood Pressure Management in a Community Health Center to Improve Hypertension Management
Training Healthcare Innovation's Next Generation
The Nurse-Engineer Approach: At the Elaine Marieb Center for Nursing and Engineering Innovation we are pioneering the powerful bidirectional real-time collaboration to identify healthcare issues, develop and refine solutions, assess outcomes, and make informed decisions to optimize the delivery of patient-centered healthcare.
2023 Faculty Pilot Projects
Examining the prevalence of hypertension in Springfield, Massachusetts, and the surrounding areas.
Examining the factors that impact the health and well-being of nurses to identifty gaps in the nursing curricula and use self-reported data from nurses alongside engineering expertise with analytics to develop an intervention program that is based on physical activity, scalable, and sustainable.
The purpose of this study is to investigate the transportation needs of pregnant Black women and identify the factors that may contribute to the racial disparities in maternal health outcomes.
The goal of this project is to improve the safety and usability of IV smart pumps by creating evidence-based standards. Our team is exploring flow rate accuracy in a variety of settings and use-cases.
This interdisciplinary project brings nursing and engineering students together to explore modular, mobile robotic research and the educational ecosystem to create solutions to healthcare problems.
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