National League for Nursing: The chances for patient survival are improved with immediate and high quality CPR, making it an especially important skill for nurses, who are often the first responders to cardiac arrests in hospitals.
Tag: Katherine Wilson Scholarship Fund
Thank you to everyone who attended graduation on Saturday, July 22, 2010 at Gerrard Hall.
Chicago, IL (February 26, 2010) —The AONE Institute, an activity of the American Organization of Nurse Executives (AONE) and a 501(c)(3) unit of the Health Research and Educational Trust, has announced the recipients of its 2010 recognition awards, which highlight … Continued
by Colette Allen, SON student, published in “Insight Out” http://bios.unc.edu/~ebutter/IOspring10.pdf “If all of us are going to be healthy, everyone has to have a chance to be healthy…”
Assoc. Dean Gwen Sherwood (c) with SON students Faculty leaders in patient safety gathered in July for the annual scientific roundtable on patient safety as part of Colorado’s Telluride Science Institute.
Greetings, We are five nursing students from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill: Lauren Wordsworth, Sarah Johnson, Taylor Hensel, Bilach Diba, and Natalie Watanasiriroch.
Clinical Assistant Professor Meg Zomorodi, RN, CNL, PhD, tells us that we have our first Clinical Nurse Leader (CNL) certified graduate—Susy Koruth.
Wake County, NC National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) Report: Long waits and severe problems in our Emergency Departments
We are pleased share the news that Cheryl Jones was selected by UNC Hospitals nursing administrators to provide consultation as it develops its unit-based nursing research program.
John Wilson, Anneka Huegerich, Anne Wilson Anne and John Wilson met Katherine Wilson Scholarship recipient Anneka Huegerich at her July graduation from nursing school.