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“What were the program’s NCLEX scores this year?”

Nurse educators have heard this phrase dozens and dozens of times in their career.  At times we can reply with pride (and often relief!)—“Our first time pass rate exceeded our expectations, and we were expecting this class to do very well!” Other times we are counting every student who passes with crossed fingers and bated breath.  755 more words

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Auckland is currently experiencing a widespread outbreak of mumps, predominately affecting young Pasifika people (60 % of cases have been young adolescents in the Pasifika community). 270 more words


CGCC Nursing to join State consortium

Beginning next fall, the nursing program at Columbia Gorge Community College will begin using a statewide curriculum developed through the Oregon Consortium for Nursing Education (OCNE). 31 more words

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In a formal paper of 1,000-1,250 words you will discuss the work of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Committee Initiative on the Future of Nursing and the Institute of Medicine research that led to the IOM report, “Future of Nursing: Leading Change, Advancing Health.” Identify the importance of the IOM “Future of Nursing” report related to  326 more words

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Expect the Exceptional: Six Ways Educators Can Get the Year Off To a Good Start

I have always loved fall, mostly because it signals time to return to school.  I was one of those kids who loved school—no wonder I spent many years of my career either in graduate school and/or as a nurse educator!  517 more words

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Laila N. Sedhom, RN, MSN, PhD, attended the Higher Institute of Nursing/ Faculty of Nursing at Alexandria University in Egypt, and was awarded her Bachelor degree of Science in Nursing as well as her Master of Science degree in Public Health Nursing with emphasis on Maternal Child Health. 111 more words