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School of Nursing Honors Saint Alphonsus and St. Luke’s at Boise State Convocation

The School of Nursing recently honored Saint Alphonsus and St. Luke’s by awarding them recognition medallions at the school’s bi-annual convocation held on December 15 in the Jordan Ballroom of the Student Union Building at Boise State University. Both health … (Read More) School of Nursing Honors Saint Alphonsus and St. Luke’s at Boise State Convocation

Boise State University Nursing Students Volunteer at Saint Alphonsus Annual Neonatal Intensive Care Anniversary Harvest Party

Karen Godard, assistant clinical professor for the School of Nursing, and seven senior nursing students volunteered at the Saint Alphonsus Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) Harvest Party held in Boise on October 7. Godard has taken student volunteers to the … (Read More) Boise State University Nursing Students Volunteer at Saint Alphonsus Annual Neonatal Intensive Care Anniversary Harvest Party

School of Nursing Professional to Deliver Holistic Admissions Training to Enhance Diversity Within the Nursing Profession

Tamara Martinez-Anderson, the School of Nursing’s marketing and community engagement manager, is serving on the American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN) Holistic Admissions in Academic Nursing (HAHN) Consulting Group. Holistic review is a university admissions strategy that assesses an … (Read More) School of Nursing Professional to Deliver Holistic Admissions Training to Enhance Diversity Within the Nursing Profession

School of Nursing Members Recognized at Nurse Leaders of Idaho Celebrating Nursing Dinner

Boise State University is proud to announce and recognize two members of the School of Nursing who earned well-deserved recognition at the annual Nurse Leaders of Idaho (NLI) 2017 Celebrating Nursing Dinner. Pam Strohfus, associate professor and coordinator for the … (Read More) School of Nursing Members Recognized at Nurse Leaders of Idaho Celebrating Nursing Dinner

Boise State Joins Community Partnership to Assist Mothers of Preterm Infants

Jane Grassley, professor and Jody DeMeyer Endowed Chair for Nursing at Boise State University has partnered with Cindi Bennett, St. Luke’s lead lactation consultant, and Cindy Galloway, breastfeeding coordinator for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) program at the Central District … (Read More) Boise State Joins Community Partnership to Assist Mothers of Preterm Infants

Where in the World? Belize

Each year, Karen Breitkreuz, an associate professor in the School of Nursing, and Anthony Songer, a professor in the College of Engineering’s construction management program, take a group of students to Belize as part of an upper-level class titled Global … (Read More) Where in the World? Belize

Boise State Researchers to Further End-of-Life Care Communication Among Clinicians and Patients

Kim Martz, associate professor in Boise State’s School of Nursing has been approved for a $25,000 funding award by the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) to support a project on “Advanced Care Planning Research Collaborative.” Martz, along with Sarah Toevs, … (Read More) Boise State Researchers to Further End-of-Life Care Communication Among Clinicians and Patients

Cheryl Albright Offers Works Research Workshops October 2-4

Cheryl Albright, professor at University of Hawaii’s School of Nursing and Dental Hygiene , will visit Boise State to offer faculty research workshops. From 1:30-3:00 PM on Monday, October 2 in Norco 431, Albright will present “Deeper than a Biosketch.” … (Read More) Cheryl Albright Offers Works Research Workshops October 2-4

Standardized Patients Grow Student Confidence

How do healthcare providers become proficient in the physical tasks they must conduct with patients? Practice. On manikins, on peers. How do they improve their skills to ask patients questions, empathize with patients, and educate patients about their health? Practice … (Read More) Standardized Patients Grow Student Confidence

Boise State Graduates First Cohort of Nurse Practitioners From Master’s Program and 100 Percent Pass Credentialing Exam

Within six months of graduating with their masters of nursing, everyone in the first cohort of the Boise State School of Nursing’s adult gerontology nurse practitioner program have passed their credentialing exam. The national pass rate for the initial AGNP … (Read More) Boise State Graduates First Cohort of Nurse Practitioners From Master’s Program and 100 Percent Pass Credentialing Exam