Tag Archives: nursing education

A Report from the National Student Nurses’ Association Conference

This post is written by guest writer, Kristi Armstrong, 2nd year MEPN (USD MEPN Students Brittani De Reimer, Evan Gum, Ann Lawani, Kristi Armstrong, Coco Watase, and Kira Adsit with keynote speaker Dr. Mary Foley) Recently, I had the opportunity … Continue reading

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A Report from the 10th Annual Collaborative EBP Conference

This post is written by guest writer, Jason Vazquez, 2nd year MEPN student (Jason Vazquez, Anne Vien, Dr Laurie ecoff, Evan Gum, & Amena Adams at conference) NEWS FLASH! Attention, current and future MEPNs…Evidence-Based Practice (EBP) is not going away … Continue reading

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Two hundred attend MEPN Open House

It was a full house on Saturday morning as two hundred potential nursing students attended the MEPN Open House. After a short presentation by Dr Kathy Marsh, current MEPN students took to the stage for a question and answer session. … Continue reading

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1st year MEPNs in lab for schizophrenia case study

First year MEPN students were in the lab last week practicing newly acquired psychiatry nursing skills. Working in teams, students incorporated nursing theory and research to provide care to a standardized patient with a diagnosis of schizophrenia. Psych faculty, Dr. … Continue reading

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Jennifer Kemp and Diane Ward receive Kaiser Permanente’s Deloras Jones Scholarship for Academic Excellence.

              Diane Ward                                                               … Continue reading

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