Nursing Innovation and Leadership at the Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing
In this Issue
For the Love of the Game
Nursing student-athletes juggle practices, academics and hours of clinical work to be at the top of their games.
What do Nurses Need? Ask the Next Generation
No one ever said being a nurse was easy. But these days, it can feel harder than ever for the next generation of care providers, health care leaders, and nurse scientists. Technology changes faster than academic curricula. The volume and complexity of patient care required in practice outpaces clinical education. And the field places increasing demands on a daily basis on its professionals, especially those new to the practice. What's a nursing school to do? At the Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing, the answer is obvious: Change.
A Pinnacle Friendship
Two alumnae and yearly pinning ceremony volunteers reflect on their friendship that started at the School of Nursing.
DNP student Christine Mahoney, MS, RN, AGACNP-BC, CCRN, shines a spotlight on what it was like providing health care to hurricane victims in Puerto Rico.
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