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Engagement Series: Brown Bags


The Brown Bag Engagement Series is a lunchtime scholarly discussion pertinent to the science and practice of nursing today. The Center for Nursing Research at Kent State University College of Nursing sponsors this series to build dialogue and collaborations among faculty and students around their research efforts.

Those who attend may be eligible for 1 contact hour of continuing education credit.*

Fall 2014 schedule coming soon.

Selected Brown Bags

Click on the photos below to view a photo album from these Brown Bag presentations

Mixed Methods: Typology and Controversies

Mixed Methods:
Typology and Controversies








Combined feedback from the 2012 International Congress of Qualitative
Inquiry with recent research and/or dissertation themes was given.

Nursing in Oman

Nursing in Oman






February 7, 2013

College of Nursing PhD Student Amal Al-Alawi, a Fulbright Scholar from Oman, prepared an informative presentation about nursing education and healthcare in her home country of Oman during this Brown Bag.

Nursing in Korea - Brown Bags

Nursing in Korea






January 28, 2013

The topic of this Brown Bag, presented by Dr. Chin Koh, visiting professor from Korea, was “Cultural Issues and Caregiving in Korea” which compared and contrasted how palliative care is handled within in the Korean family unit as well as the country.

* Kent State University College of Nursing (OH-023, expiration date 8-1-2014_ is an approved provider of continuing nursing education by the Ohio Nurses Association (OBN-001-91), an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation