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February 18-19, 2019

February 18-19, 2019

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  • Introduction to Advocacy

    MSN (Entry into Nursing) student Rachael Viale has been awarded a Nurse in Washington Internship by the Nursing Organizations Alliance. It offers public policy and advocacy training plus an opportunity to meet with members of Congress.

  • Diversity in Research Happy Hour

    Join the BSNA and Dean Davidson 5-7 p.m. Wednesday, February 20 in the Carpenter Room to celebrate underrepresented minorities involved in innovative research and promoting health equity and social justice. Beer, wine, and appetizers provided. RSVP.

  • Become a Preceptor

    Welcome to the new preceptor portal, “Become a Preceptor” on the SON website. Information for preceptors of pre-licensure and advanced practice nursing students is now available with updated information on resources, benefits of precepting, and coming soon—continuing education modules on education about care for vulnerable populations for our advanced practice preceptors.

  • Course on Lipid Disorders

    Are you up to date on evaluating and managing lipid disorders? A new course prepares you to utilize the latest practice guidelines and to take the clinical lipid specialist examination. Topics include pathophysiology, laboratory evaluation, and the genetic component of hyperlipidemia. 

  • Faculty & Staff Diversity Retreat

    Remember: Diversity Retreat, 9 a.m.-noon Monday, February 25, Alumni Auditorium. Continental breakfast begins at 8:30 a.m. Register here for a boxed lunch.

  • Urban Grand Challenges
    The Carey Business School is accepting abstracts for its “Free Market Solutions to Urban Grand Challenges” symposium April 22-24. Urban grand challenges are systemic problems that require multidisciplinary solutions (crime, child hunger, substance abuse, communicable disease, etc.). Info.
  • Be Heard on DNRs

    The American Nurses Association Center for Ethics and Human Rights Advisory Board seeks public comment by February 20 on a proposed position statement, “Nursing Care and Do-Not-Resuscitate Decisions.”

  • 6.3 CNE for Free: Lipid Disorders

    Are you up to date on evaluating and managing lipid disorders? A new course prepares you to utilize the latest practice guidelines and to take the clinical lipid specialist examination. Topics include pathophysiology, laboratory evaluation, and the genetic component of hyperlipidemia. Course is 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Friday, March 29 in the Carpenter Room (lunch provided). Register now