When you’re enrolled in an online course, you could have classmates all around the country. If you’re taking a class led by Lennie Davis, MSN, MS, RN, NEA-BC, CNE, there’s no saying where your professor could be. READ MORE
In 2009, African novelist, Chimamanda Adiche gave a TED Talk in which she addressed the danger of a single story. She warned that if we hear only a single story about another person or country, we risk a critical misunderstanding. READ MORE
As nurses, we touch others’ lives in ways that few other professions do. We are called upon to demonstrate passion and resilience, confidence and critical thinking, while treating the whole individual in true person-centered care.
Imagine your life without access to clean water, shelter and food. We often take simple necessities like these for granted because they are easily accessible here in the United States. But in some areas, including parts of the Philippines, lack of these provisions coupled with limited or no access to healthcare is the daily norm. READ MORE
As president of Chamberlain College of Nursing’s Addison, IL campus, Janet Snow, PhD, RN is able to help shape the minds of the next generation of nurses. Through campus-wide initiatives and her own personal interactions, Snow works to make an impact on each student to ensure they graduate as an extraordinary nurse.
Her drive for this goal is born of her own experiences as a nursing student, a practicing registered nurse and as a nursing educator. READ MORE
March 10 is the 10th observance of National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day, an annual, nationwide observance that sheds light on the impact HIV/AIDS has on women and girls. Each year throughout the month of March, federal, national and community organizations come together to offer support and hope, reduce stigma, share information, and empower women and girls to learn the importance of HIV/AIDS prevention, care, and treatment. [i]READ MORE
The Las Vegas campus aims to grow the nursing workforce to meet state demand.
Nevada has the nation’s fourth-lowest number of registered nurses per 100,000 people at 724.7, far lower than the national average of 920.9.[i] Further accelerating a need for nurses is the state’s growing population of residents over age 65, which is projected to nearly double by 2020.[ii]