November 09, 2009
New Chapter of AAMN at St. Xavier
Asst. Professor Larry Meneghini of St. Xavier would like to extend an invitation to all nursing students and faculty interested increasing the visibility of men in the nursing profession. If you are interested in finding out more about the new chapter of American Assembly for Men in Nursing (AAMN)at St. Xavier please contact Professor Meneghini at email@example.com.
February 05, 2008
The American Nurses Association
The American Nurses Association knows that your nursing students are the key to all of our futures.
ANA wants to expose students to all that ANA has to offer while they are in nursing school by giving them access to the Members Only section of NursingWorld.org at no cost to them!! This will give them access to information that they can use in school and help prepare them for their nursing career. Highlights include:
Full ANA Position and Policy papers on important nursing issues
A chance to sign up for Smart Brief — our members only daily news feed that brings together nursing and healthcare news from around the country every business day
Access to the current electronic versions of The American Nurse and the ANA columns in American Nurse Today
Access to the OJIN — a peer reviewed electronic journal available to ANA members on the hot issues facing nursing today
NurseSpace — ANA's new social network just for nurses!!
Discount opportunities on a variety of personal and professional products
We hope you will share this special offer with your students. Click on this link to sign up: http://nursingworld.org/students/
Note: Students will be asked for a Promo Code which will give them free access at the bottom of form when they sign up. The promo code they can use is "EDU".
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February 04, 2008
Prof. Comer & Grad Students Attend Clinical Nurse Specialists: Taking the Lead in Healthcare Safety and Quality Conference
On 1-16-08 Faculty member, Shirley Comer, and several students from the GSU master’s degree nursing program, attended a conference entitled, “Clinical Nurse Specialists: Taking the Lead in Healthcare Safety and Quality”. The conference was held at Purdue University Calumet in Hammond, Indiana and focused on topics that illustrate the contribution of Clinical Nurse Specialists make to the quality of Patient Care. The conference was sponsored by the National Association of Clinical Nurse Specialist. The NACNS is the only national organization exclusively dedicated to CNS practice opportunities and challenges. Anyone interested in membership in this influential organization should visit www.nacns.org