Professor Tina Pettus had the opportunity to take 17 Chamberlain students to assist with the intake of students for the Florida Youth Challenge Academy. Our students were responsible for taking health and social histories, vital signs, BMI, vision and lice screenings and urine pregnancy testing on approximately 200 young men and women. Their assistance was greatly appreciated by the staff of FLYCA and helped make the process much more efficient.
On Chamberlain College of Nursing campuses across the country, students, faculty and staff have banded together to raise awareness about heart disease, the #1 leading cause of death in the U.S. READ MORE
Nestled near Washington, D.C., student nurses at Chamberlain’s Arlington campus live and work among another professional population who are called to service: active and retired members of the military. READ MORE
Hello everybody! My birthday is today and is almost over in the Philippines, but continues in the U.S. I could not have asked for a better birthday present! My experience on the International Nursing Service Project trip is the greatest gift anyone has ever given me. READ MORE