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Cathy Deckys Earns National Healthcare Disaster Professional Board Certification

By Olivia Anderson Cathy Deckys, a clinical associate professor in the School of Nursing, had the opportunity from American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) to attend an interprofessional panel in D.C. with doctors, physicians assistants, social workers, pharmacists and emergency management … (Read More) Cathy Deckys Earns National Healthcare Disaster Professional Board Certification

Support Boise State Nursing Students Working with Peruvian Sheepherders

Resubmitted from: Boise State University News Update March 16, 2017 You can help send four Boise State nursing students and members of Boise’s Association for the Advancement of Herders (BAAH) to the Cultural Inclusion Institute Conference in Texas by donating … (Read More) Support Boise State Nursing Students Working with Peruvian Sheepherders

School of Nursing Students Volunteer in Marsing School District

The School of Nursing’s NURS 417 Community and Population Health Nursing Lab students coordinated a health fair for Marsing Elementary School in Oct. The health fair is part of a larger School of Nursing health promotion project and was the … (Read More) School of Nursing Students Volunteer in Marsing School District

School of Nursing Faculty Presents Paper in Australia

Jane Grassley, professor and Jody DeMeyer Endowed Chair for the School of Nursing, presented a paper on Nov. 11 at the Joanna Briggs Institute 20th Anniversary conference and celebration in Adelaide, South Australia. The conference had an international audience. The … (Read More) School of Nursing Faculty Presents Paper in Australia

School of Nursing Faculty Earn CHSE Certification

Kim Copeland, clinical assistant professor, and Jayne Josephsen, associate professor, both for the School of Nursing, have recently joined four other School of Nursing faculty in becoming Certified Healthcare Simulation Educators. The certification is a credentialing program offered by the … (Read More) School of Nursing Faculty Earn CHSE Certification

Boise State University Students, Faculty, and Alumni Haunt the Halls of the American Public Health Association

Boise State University was well represented at the 2016 American Public Health Association (APHA) Annual Meeting “Creating the Healthiest Nation: Ensuring the Right to Health” on Oct. 29 – Nov. 2 in Denver, Colorado.  The theme for the 2016 conference … (Read More) Boise State University Students, Faculty, and Alumni Haunt the Halls of the American Public Health Association

College of Health Sciences Faculty Publish in Health and Interprofessional Practice

Lutana Haan, associate professor and chair for the School of Allied Health Sciences Department of Respiratory Care, Rosemary Macy, associate professor for the School of Nursing, and Leslie Kendrick, associate professor and chair for the School of Allied Health Sciences … (Read More) College of Health Sciences Faculty Publish in Health and Interprofessional Practice

RN-BS Program Credits Customer Service for High Retention, Graduation Rates

BY: CIENNA MADRID Boise State’s online RN-BS program staff Nearly every department on every college campus in America grapples with the same three questions: How do we attract students – and once we have them, how do we retain them … (Read More) RN-BS Program Credits Customer Service for High Retention, Graduation Rates

School of Nursing Faculty Publishes in Journal of the Society for Simulation in Healthcare

Karen Breitkreuz, associate professor for the School of Nursing, published an article in the Journal of the Society for Simulation in Healthcare volume 11 issue five. The article, “How Do Simulated Error Experiences Impact Attitudes Related to Error Prevention?,” aimed … (Read More) School of Nursing Faculty Publishes in Journal of the Society for Simulation in Healthcare

School of Nursing Students Volunteer at Local Elementary School

School of Nursing students volunteered their time at Garfield Elementary School’s second annual Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) Night on October 4. The event was organized in order to show students and families that STEM is accessible and fun, … (Read More) School of Nursing Students Volunteer at Local Elementary School