The University of Southern Maine (USM) School of Nursing boasts excellent faculty and programs, with unique and rich community partnerships. The School's faculty are committed to providing exemplary educational programs, scholarship, and community and professional service which is responsive to the needs of the citizens of Maine and in the global community. The USM School of Nursing is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE).


Submissions from 2020


Adaptation or Revolution: Telemental Health and Advanced Practice Psychiatric Nursing During COVID-19, Rebecca A. Schroeder DNP, MPH, PMHNP

Submissions from 2011


A cardiovascular disease risk factor screening program designed to reach rural residents of Maine, USA, David E. Harris, Lois Hamel, Aboueissa AbouEl-Makarim, and Deborah Johnson

Submissions from 2008


Myocardial infarction and heart failure hospitalization rates in Maine, USA - variability along the urban-rural continuum, David E. Harris, Aboueissa AbouEl-Makarim, and David Hartley

Submissions from 2004


Contributing Factors to Student Success in Anatomy & Physiology: Lower Outside Workload & Better Preparation., David E. Harris, Lynn Hannum, and Sat Gupta