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The UW School of Nursing has a national and international reputation for excellence. An unusually fertile environment for nursing research guides and shapes its baccalaureate and graduate educational programs. It also builds practice that emphasizes leadership skills for the health care needs of a multicultural world.


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Box 357260
University of Washington
Seattle, WA 98195
Phone: 206-543-8736
Email:
nscomm@uw.edu


Diane L. Magyary, PhD, ARNP
Professor
Child/Adolescent Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner
Psychosocial & Community Health
Box 357263
University of Washington
Seattle, WA 98195-7263

Email Address: magyary@uw.edu
Dr. Magyary obtained her BSN from Ohio State University; obtained MN and PhD from University of Washington, and completed a Postdoctoral Fellow in Nursing at University of Washington.
She has extensive knowledge and expertise in Maternal Child Nursing including infant, child and adolescent development and health, plus individual and family centered counseling.
Dr. Magyary 's teaching, clinical and research interests include: (1) Infants, children and adolescents with special health care needs as defined by environmental, psychosocial, and/or biological risk & comorbidity factors, (2) Integrated pediatric service models that closely align community-based mental health with primary care, (3) Community-based participatory research and collaborative therapeutic approaches focused on infants, children & adolescents, and their families & communities, (4) Health disparity patterns and the study of clinical heterogeneity, (5) Clinical Outcome studies, research design and methodologies to examine differential treatment effects, individual differences and comparative effectiveness, and (6) Translational research with emphasis on translating scientific evidence to the real world of everyday clinical practice and the impact on service models and health outcomes. Recently, Dr. Magyary has engaged in community health and clinical research in Malawi, Africa.
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