Stanbridge University is showcasing Scholarship Stories to spotlight our hardworking and inspiring students, as well as encourage other Stanbridge students to apply for scholarships! Congratulations to nursing student, John-Paul Klingensmith on his Dr. Jonathan Wu Excellence in Nursing Scholarship.
Stanbridge University is highlighting Faculty Stories to spotlight personal stories of dedication, inspiration, and achievement. This week we are getting to know Dr. Emilee Young, Stanbridge University Vocational Nursing instructor, who is currently involved in a clinical study researching human blood plasma products treatment for individuals with Alzheimer’s disease.
Stanbridge University presents Alumni True Stories to spotlight our incredible graduates and their post-Stanbridge journeys. Get to know Jaclyn Ramirez, a Vocational Nursing alumna putting her skills to work in dermatology.
Stanbridge University is featuring Scholarship Stories because we are proud of our hardworking students and want to encourage other students to apply for scholarships. Congrats to Stanbridge University’s Orange County campus Vocational Nursing student, Ashley Santos, on her Dr. Jonathan Wu Excellence in Nursing scholarship.
Congratulations to Stanbridge University Orange County campus Nursing student, Joelle Houston, on her Dr. Jonathan Wu Excellence in Nursing scholarship. Ms. Houston is featured in this week’s Stanbridge University Institutional Academic Scholarships Spotlight to encourage all students to find the right scholarship that will help them continue their path and achieve their goals.
Stanbridge College Vocational Nursing student, Lisa Daniels loves what she does. “I am a Social Worker/Case Manager at a skilled nursing facility in Costa Mesa. I have the pleasure of working with seniors, their families and their physicians everyday, toward the same goal…great care,” stated the term 1 nursing student. Last fall, alongside fellow senior […]
Nurses working in emergency departments can be more aware of hand hygiene in certain situations. A new study found that nurses were less likely to follow proper hand hygiene in particular circumstances: when patients are being treated in hallway beds, and when patients are being transported between departments or rooms. With overcrowded EDs increasing, nurses […]
There are many reasons why a nurse might want a more flexible work schedule. The pressures of kids, taking care of a relative, going to school, or even just wanting to have a less hectic work life are all big motivators for seeking different hours. If you’re one of those nurses, you might want to […]
Are you a good communicator? In a nurse’s daily interactions with patients, the ability to communicate in a clear manner is vital. The next time you communicate with a patient, be mindful of these suggestions from NurseZone: Communication goes both ways. Engage patients in a dialogue; help them understand and come to a decision about […]
An interesting opinion piece by Bill Santamour at Hospitals and Health Networks discusses the ever-present generational issues that healthcare professionals face. Today, however, Santamour notes that there is an increased diversity amongst age groups, with coworkers ranging from just-graduated 20-something Millenials to the “Matures” born before 1946. While the assumption is that this “generation gap” […]