Center for Health Outcomes and Policy Research (CHOPR)
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Fundraising goal $1,000,000.00
Recent donations (102 donations)
Name DescendingX Amount
Dr. Jessica Smith $250.00
Linda and Ken Reinstein $100.00
Dr. Dyanne Affonso $500.00
Dr. Lucy Marion
Inge B. Corless
Dr. Madeline Naegle
Linda H. Aiken $51846.00
Doris Vahey
Xiao (Linda) Kang
Susan and Milton Pressler
Kathryn Riman
Karen and Jonathan Wolf $100.00
Mary Del Guidice $500.00
Joyce & Bruce Stechmiller $500.00
Dr. Ann Burgess $1500.00
Dr. Barbra Wall $100.00
Laura Hayman $250.00
Pat Patrician $500.00
Pam de Cordova
Amy Witkoski Stimpfel $250.00
Jessica Smith $250.00
Matthew D. McHugh $500.00
Linda H. Aiken $18154.30
Nancy Hanrahan, PhD, RN, FAAN $2500.00
James Punderson
Chubb & Son, Inc. $1000.00
Nancy Khan $75.00
Marla Salmon $5000.00
Amelia Schlak
Gianluca Catania $100.00
Recent donations
Help us Build Upon 30 Years of Evidence that Nursing Matters!

L.-R.: Dr. Linda H. Aiken with National Institute of Nursing Research Director, Shannon N. Zenk, and CHOPR Director, Dr. Matthew D. McHugh.
Your gift will enable us to continue to impact lives in the US and globally.
Established in 1989 as one of the first centers to scale up rigorous research on the impact of nursing on patient outcomes, the Center uses evidence to inform policy and produces the next generation of scientists.

CHOPR Founding Director, Dr. Linda H. Aiken, established the center for health outcomes and policy research to explore organizational effectiveness in health care with the potential to affect patient outcomes.
"Linda Aiken has made a bigger impact than Florence Nightingale in her time," said NYU professor, Margaret L. McClure, EdD, RN, FAAN

Today, CHOPR is led by Director and Professor, Matthew D. McHugh, PhD, JD, MPH, CRNP, RN, FAAN. He is a leading nursing outcomes and policy researcher. His work integrates a unique combination of advanced training and expertise in public health (focusing on healthcare policy and management), law, health services , policy research, and clinical nursing.

Please consider a tax deductible gift before December 31st. We ask you to join with CHOPR faculty, staff, students, alumni, friends, colleagues, and collaborators to help us continue to advance our field in ways that patient care and science benefits. Together, we can continue to do amazing things to strengthen nursing's impact on improving health and health care.
A CHOPR Education leads nurses to exciting careers in health care leadership and innovation.
CHOPR alumni elected to the National Academy of Medicine for an amazing first! Professor Ann Marie Rafferty, DPhil; Matthew D. McHugh, PhD, JD, MPH, RN, FAAN; and, Christopher R. Friese, PhD, RN, AOCN®, FAAN; and now longstanding colleague and partner, Regina S. Cunningham, PhD, RN, AOCN, FAAN.
CHOPR Launches a pathbreaking initiative to scale up Magnet® hospitals in Europe.
Our most ambitious project to date, Magnet4Europe, is a randomized trial to redesign hospital workplaces to improve mental health, well-being, and retention of nurses and physicians and improve patient outcomes. The purpose is to determine if redesign of hospital work environments, guided by the Magnet Journey, is feasible, effective, and sustainable in Europe in improving care quality and safety, patient satisfaction, and workforce outcomes.
Donation messages
Our Aunt Doris will be terribly missed. Claire Fagin was a close friend of hers. Doris will be forever in our thoughts and memories. --Linda and Ken Reinstein
Dr. Linda Aiken- Excellence in Advancing Nursing Globally --Dr. Dyanne Affonso
Congratulations Linda on this exceptional accomplishment! --Doris Vahey
Warmest wishes to Dr. Linda Aiken for the well deserved American Academy of Nursing (AAN) Living Legend Award! --Xiao (Linda) Kang
In loving memory of our wonderful aunt who enriched our lives --Karen and Jonathan Wolf

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