Advocate and Nonverbal Speaker to Give Vanderbilt Nursing Dean’s Diversity Lecture

Holly Forlenza as well as Eileen Forlenza, a nonverbal motivational speaker and also her mom, both advocates for family members participation in healthcare, will offer the January 2019 Vanderbilt University School of Nursing (VUSN) Dean’s Diversity Lecture on Monday, January 14, 2019. Their lecture entitled “From Try to Triumph: The Journey of a Nonverbal Young … Continue reading “Advocate and Nonverbal Speaker to Give Vanderbilt Nursing Dean’s Diversity Lecture”

Nurse of the Week: Christina Van Der Weide Wins Halo’s Most Interesting Nurse in the World Contest

Our Nurse of the Week is Christina Van Der Weide, a registered nurse at Mercy Health St. Mary’s in Grand Rapids, Michigan, who won Halo’s Most Interesting Nurse in the World contest. Weide was picked from five finalists throughout the United States as well as, as the winner, will delight in a $5,000 holiday– the … Continue reading “Nurse of the Week: Christina Van Der Weide Wins Halo’s Most Interesting Nurse in the World Contest”

Binghamton University’s Decker School of Nursing Makes Plans to Go Digital

The Decker School of Nursing at Binghamton University has actually recently propelled a plan to make its undergraduate as well as graduate nursing programs easier after they transition to an online layout in the coming year. Mario Ortiz, dean of the Decker School of Nursing, informs Binghamton.edu, “The high quality of our nursing programs and … Continue reading “Binghamton University’s Decker School of Nursing Makes Plans to Go Digital”

Orbis Education and Mercer University Launch New ABSN Program in Atlanta

Orbis Education and Mercer University just recently partnered to launch an Accelerated Bachelor of Science in Nursing (ABSN) program that provides qualified pupils in the Atlanta area a brand-new, much faster course right into the high need nursing profession. Steve Hodownes, primary executive police officer at Orbis Education, informs PRNewswire.com, “Mercer has a long history … Continue reading “Orbis Education and Mercer University Launch New ABSN Program in Atlanta”

ANA’s 36th president represents a first for men in nursing

Instructors urged him to participate in the trainee registered nurses’ association and also, after college graduation, a coworker at work exhorted him to volunteer in a nursing association if he wanted to consider himself a professional registered nurse.”I would certainly study what was going on for registered nurses in various regions of the country to … Continue reading “ANA’s 36th president represents a first for men in nursing”

Johns Hopkins School of Nursing Partners with Nursing School of Coimbra to Create Sigma Theta Tau International Chapter Model

The Johns Hopkins School of Nursing’s (JHSON) chapter of the Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing, Nu Beta chapter, has partnered with the Nursing School of Coimbra’s Phi Xi chapter, creating the first chapter model of its kind. The newly “twinned” chapters have created a partnership that fosters international collaboration and strategic success … Continue reading “Johns Hopkins School of Nursing Partners with Nursing School of Coimbra to Create Sigma Theta Tau International Chapter Model”

Clinical Nurse Leader Jenna Mason, MSN, Awarded March of Dimes Rising Star Award

The March of Dimes just recently provided their Rising Star Award to scientific nurse leader Jenna Mason, MSN, for her variety of management campaigns attained in a brief period of time after graduating from Seton Hall University’s Clinical Nurse Leader (CNL) program in 2015. Mason started her profession as a staff registered nurse with Hunterdon … Continue reading “Clinical Nurse Leader Jenna Mason, MSN, Awarded March of Dimes Rising Star Award”

Nurses of the Week: University of Alabama at Birmingham to Help Establish Primary Care RN Workforce

Our Nurses of the Week are the nurses from the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) School of Nursing that got a $2.8 million grant which will assist to establish a medical care registered nurse (RN) workforce. The give will certainly help to enhance health end results in clinically underserved locations in Alabama and enlighten … Continue reading “Nurses of the Week: University of Alabama at Birmingham to Help Establish Primary Care RN Workforce”

Flu season is back. Are you ready?

Editor’s note:Author, Jennifer Mensik, does not back, prefer any program or recommend, services or product referenced or marketed on this web site, or that appear on any linkages to or from this web site. Last season, I discussed a lot of good reasons to obtain a flu vaccine. Based on Facebook posts and also proceeded … Continue reading “Flu season is back. Are you ready?”