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AACN is very pleased to announce that Stephanie Wurth has accepted the Director of Strategic Partnerships position effective August 19. Stephanie’s experience includes managing several centralized application services, including at AACOM and PAEA, as well serving as Director of Admissions at the University of Kentucky College of Pharmacy. She is a graduate of Western Kentucky University with a master’s degree in Organizational Leadership. Her most recent experience is as a Senior Director, Member Experience with the Physician Assistant Education Association where she was responsible for the application service, CASPA. Please join us in welcoming her to NursingCAS!
To date, 34 schools registered for our Discover Nursing Virtual Fair! Are you one of them? If not, sign up here. The Fair is September 19, 2019 from 9am – 9pm. Get more information here.
The Discover Nursing Virtual Fair is a month away! Your University is invited to leverage the power of technology to reach more prospective students and applicants interested in graduate level and second degree nursing programs on September 19, 2019 during the Virtual Recruitment Fair.
This is what a medical mission in Cambodia is like
How many times have you gotten off work after a busy day and felt like you were just another cog in the big wheel of healthcare? Find out what it’s like to embark on a medical mission and how nursing is having a global impact in areas of great need.
They breathe, blink, give birth. Life-like dolls help train Idaho nurses, combat shortage.
Boise State University’s simulation center looks like a traditional hospital floor, with a nurse’s station, meeting rooms and patients in beds. But the patients in these beds are not human. In each room is a plastic mannequin with life-like features used to train future nursing students.
Nurses reveal the best parts about their job, from the steady pay to helping save lives
Helping save lives makes coming into work every day worth it. Though nursing can be grueling work at times, helping patients feel better and developing close bonds with those under your care can make nursing careers truly rewarding.