UH Mānoa Nursing, in partnership with the John A. Burns School of Medicine, the Myron B. Thompson School of Social Work, and the Office of Public Health released the first College Hawaiʻi Impact Summary in early January 2014. With the goal of increasing interdisciplinary collaboration, the College of Health Science and Social Welfare (CHSSW) is committed to the mission of the College to serve society by increasing, disseminating, and sharing knowledge, wisdom, and values relating to the health and social welfare concerns of the people of Hawaiʻi.
The 2014 Hawai’i Impact Summary is a comprehensive summary of the College education, applied research, and community service efforts reported by legislative district. Moving forward, the College will continue to address social accountability and expand the partnerships between schools to ensure a healthy future for all the people of Hawaiʻi.
View the 2014 Hawaiʻi Impact Summary here.
The Office of the Dean is compiling 2014 community impact, workforce impact, research publication information, and alumni information from all islands for the next report. Please send community service information and photos to Desiree Yamamoto at email@example.com to be included in future reports.