Elite athletes – like the ones we’ve been watching in the Olympics – train long and hard. They devote countless hours to mastering new skills and techniques. They sacrifice time with their friends and family. READ MORE
My first year of nursing school wasn’t exactly a walk on a warm, sunny beach, but it wasn’t a probationary sentence either. It was everything I heard it would be — challenging yet life-changing. While in nursing school, I developed 12 tips that helped further my success as a nursing student. READ MORE
Chamberlain graduate Tess Fareri, RN, BSN, is the kind of nurse that patients and families remember long after their hospital stay. Her compassionate and caring approach has helped her stand out as an extraordinary nurse, for which she’s won two highly-respected awards within her first 18 months as an RN. READ MORE
Chamberlain College of Nursing student Sarah Turner helped change one man’s life with a little help from her friends.
For a full year, a Kenyan man lived with a broken leg. For that entire year, the former mechanic was unable to walk, unable to work and unable to provide for his family. With his wife at home caring for him and their young child, the family was close to eviction from their small home in a slum of Nairobi, Kenya.
A recently-diagnosed cancer patient at Banner Thunderbird Medical Center in Glendale, Ariz., mentioned to his nurse that he was feeling out of sorts without the daily planner he typically relied upon. READ MORE
As an emergency room nurse, Debra Smith is used to reacting quickly in life-or-death situations. When a medical crisis recently occurred far from the hospital, she was put to the test in a whole new way. READ MORE
When Kristi Myers, RN, was in nursing school, she didn’t know much about home healthcare. Within a few short years, though, it became her passion – and helping to make it the passion of others became her mission. READ MORE
Like football, hockey has recently come under scrutiny for the alarming rate of head injuries – both among the pros and in youth leagues. With the help of a five-year-old patient simulator and a dozen hard-boiled eggs, students and faculty from Chamberlain’s Phoenix campus recently had the opportunity to educate the public about sport-related concussions. READ MORE