nursing students

May
04

5 Tips for Online Self-Paced Nursing Students

It may be difficult for you to balance your workload and mental health needs online. Online learning’s flexibility may be both a boon and a disadvantage because it necessitates self-motivation and self-control. But before stress has a negative impact on your well-being, it is crucial to put your mental health first and learn stress management […]

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Sep
26

NEWLY EXPANDED SIMULATION LAB HELPS TEXAN NURSING STUDENTS ENHANCE THEIR CLINICAL EXPERIENCE

Simulation centers in nursing educational institutions are of great help for nursing students to improve their learning in clinical, real-life settings. In Texas, Baylor University Louise Herrington School of Nursing has doubled the size of its simulation center. The Louise Herrington School of Nursing Simulation Center, (LHSON Sim Center) enables students to gain invaluable hands-on […]

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Jul
24

UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN INDIANA’S FOUR YEAR GRANT TO TRAIN STUDENT NURSES IN PRIMARY CARE ROLES

The University of Southern Indiana initiate partnerships with rural hospitals in its region to train student nurses in primary care roles and has received a $2 million worth of federal grant to help support the program, with the opportunity to renew funding. Funded through the Nurse Education, Practice, Quality and Retention division of the Health […]

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Jul
16

USI’s PARTNERSHIPS TO INCREASE NO. OF NURSES IN DUBOIS, GUIBSON COUNTIES

As more and more institutions initiate partnerships concentrating themselves in remote communities, it paves the way for more clinical opportunities for nursing students. In a report, University of Southern Indiana has received more than $2 million grant to escalate the number of nurses in rural areas. USI College of Nursing and Health Professions is forming […]

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Jul
12

MSU RECEIVES $2.8 MILLION GRANT TO TRAIN NURSING STUDENTS IN RURAL COMMUNITIES

Before, nursing students did most of their trainings in hospitals, but now they can have almost a different experience just like student nurses at Montana State University (MSU). MSU’s nursing program recently received a $2.8 million granting nurses to be trained in rural settings. This is a four-year grant from the U.S. Health Resources Services […]

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