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First Graduating AG-ACNP Cohort Gives Back by lcs32 Posted in: Blog Posts in Health Education When the first cohort of students from the online Adult Gerontology Acute Care Nurse Practitioner Program at Georgetown University School of Nursing & Health Studies ... Read on »
Ways to Think Green From the Day Your Baby is Born by lcs32 Posted in: Blog Posts in Health Education There are familiar and obvious ways to think green — or be environmentally friendly — when raising a child. Parents have the option of making secondhand purchases or going ... Read on »
Buying Scrubs Online by lcs32 Posted in: Blog Posts in Health Education A good pair of scrubs can make a big difference in your day, but many nurses do not have the luxury of a nearby brick-and-mortar location that serves their uniform need ... Read on »
The Forensic Science Behind Bruise Healing [Infographic] by lcs32 Posted in: Blog Posts in Health Education How quickly do bruises heal? Do human characteristics such as skin tone and gender play a role in the healing process? What other factors influence the color of bruises an ... Read on »
Online Nursing Students Participate in NHS Commencement by lcs32 Posted in: Blog Posts in Health Education Alan I. Leshner (H’14), PhD, CEO of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, addressed students in the Class of 2014. More than one hundred student ... Read on »
Carolyn Jones Documents ‘The American Nurse’ by lcs32 Posted in: Blog Posts in Health Education Carolyn Jones takes her mission to recognize nurses as the heart of health care a step further with the release of the documentary “The American Nurse.” The film is a ... Read on »
Meet Dawn Headings, a Nursing Student in Rural Oregon by lcs32 Posted in: Blog Posts in Health Education Many students pursuing a Master of Science degree in Nursing are dedicated to serving the needs of rural communities across the United States. To learn more about the bene ... Read on »
Family Nurse Practitioner Program Director Wins NONPF Award by lcs32 Posted in: Blog Posts in Health Education Kathryn K. Ellis, DNP, APRN, FNP-BC, ANP-BC, director of the Family Nurse Practitioner program at the School of Nursing & Health Studies, was recently awarded the 2014 Out ... Read on »
Clinical Experience Spotlight with Don Pallone and Amanda Calhoun by lcs32 Posted in: Blog Posts in Health Education Clinical experience is an important part of nursing education that requires advanced practice students to apply the concepts they are learning in the classroom to real pat ... Read on »
Nursing Student Meets Kentucky Governor at Health Care Bill Signing by lcs32 Posted in: Blog Posts in Health Education Jennifer Otto (G’14), RN, had the unique opportunity to meet Kentucky Gov. Steve Beshear and witness the beginning of a new milestone in patient care for nurse practitione ... Read on »
Georgetown Nursing Department Chair and Student Featured in The Washington Post Express by lcs32 Posted in: Blog Posts in Health Education The Georgetown University School of Nursing & Health Studies Nursing Department Chair, Jeanne Matthews, Ph.D., R.N., and nursing student Justin Gill, R.N., spoke with The ... Read on »
Applying Classroom Knowledge to Clinical Practice by lcs32 Posted in: Blog Posts in Health Education Through rigorous coursework and hands-on clinical experience, students enrolled in the Georgetown University School of Nursing & Health Studies’ online Master of Science d ... Read on »
Navigating an Online Nursing Program: The Student Perspective by lcs32 Posted in: Blog Posts in Health Education Georgetown University School of Nursing & Health Studies’ online  Master’s in Nursing program uses a Web-based learning management system called 2GU that is designed to co ... Read on »
Maintaining Balance While Pursuing a Master’s in Nursing by lcs32 Posted in: Blog Posts in Health Education Students earning their Master of Science degree in Nursing typically juggle many different responsibilities. We spoke with several current students and recent graduates to ... Read on »
Student Spotlight: Melanie Schano by lcs32 Posted in: Blog Posts in Health Education “I am most engaged when I am challenged, so continuing my education was a natural step. I have always taken an active role in my patients’ care and wanted to expand my sc ... Read on »
Student Spotlight: Nicole Srednicki by lcs32 Posted in: Blog Posts in Health Education “As a Nurse Practitioner, I want to make an impact throughout my community, through motivation, education, and supportive care.” — Nicole Srednicki (G‘14) Ariz ... Read on »
Things Nurses Should Consider in a Potential Employer by lcs32 Posted in: Blog Posts in Health Education Nursing is an exciting and challenging field that is constantly evolving. Finding an employer who will optimize your potential and provide the support you’ll need is imper ... Read on »
Student Spotlight: Raycor Faderugao by lcs32 Posted in: Blog Posts in Health Education “I am pursuing the Adult Gerontology Acute Care Nurse Practitioner/Adult Gerontology Clinical Nurse specialty because I want greater involvement in patient care – with mo ... Read on »
13 Highlights from Georgetown Nursing in 2013 by lcs32 Posted in: Blog Posts in Health Education In March, Georgetown University School of Nursing & Health Studies celebrated the two-year anniversary of launching the online Master of Science degree in the Nursing pro ... Read on »
The Online Experience with Nursing@Georgetown by lcs32 Posted in: Blog Posts in Health Education This post is written by Maria Fife (G’14), who is currently enrolled full time in our Family Nurse Practitioner program. Learn more about her and other Student Ambassad ... Read on »