Congratulations to Kimberley Rumley ABSN ’18, whose photo was selected for the UNC Center for Global Initiatives 2017 calendar! Her photo takes its rightful place in January.
We invite all students to the 1st Association of Nursing Students (ANS) meeting of the spring semester. Join us on Thursday, January 26 12p-1p to hear all about ANS events this spring and to hear from our guest speaker Dr. Marcia Van Riper.
UNC students who are interested in an interprofessional community health project can volunteer alongside those who were affected during Hurricane Matthew. Nursing 609.001 is a one credit-hour elective course through the APPLES Service-Learning program.
Students get the opportunity to spend their spring break, March 13-17, 2017, to travel to a Hurricane Matthew health outreach post. They will work with the community by connecting vulnerable populations to community health centers and social services.
For more info – contact Jean Davison, DNP, FNP – BC at email@example.com.
Our preparation meetings will be held at the School of Nursing:
Jan 23rd 2017 6:00pm to 8:00 pm at School of Nursing room 217
Feb. 6th, 2017 6:00pm to 8:00pm at School of Nursing room 217
Feb. 20th, 2017 6:00pm to 8:00pm at School of Nursing room 217
Congratulations to Anna Lee, whose abstract “Raising a Child with Disabilities in the United States: Perceptions of Korean Immigrant Mothers” has been accepted for the 13th International Family Nursing Conference, in Pamplona, Spain June 14-17, 2017.
Congratulations Anna, for a job well done!
The Association of Nursing Students presents
The 3rd Annual Nightingale Ball
Friday, March 31st from 9:00pm-1:00am
All members of the UNC-CH SON Community are welcome!
One of Carolina Nursing’s newest alumni, Celia Paung, was featured in the Raleigh News and Observer over the holiday break for the significant hurdles she overcame on her way to earning her BSN in December.
Have a look at her inspiring story!: Karen refugee beats hurdles at every step to UNC nursing degree
Congratulations to Sanaa Alsulami, who has had her poster accepted for the upcoming Southern Nursing Research Society meeting. The title of the poster is “Deans’ Perceptions of Leadership Strategies used to manage a Multicultural Faculty Environment in Saudi Arabia: A Pilot Study.”
Only 4,070 people live in Tyrrell County, NC, and only one primary care center exists to serve them. Should citizens require more sophisticated care, the nearest hospital is 35 miles away.