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Learn how after losing their third child, Bowen, to polycystic kidney disease, Heather Gillis, RN, and her husband, Mac, decided to keep their son Bowen's memory alive by raising money to help other children facing PKD. Read more »
WCN details accomplishments
Read about some of the WCN highlights achieved under the tenure of Linda Tieman, MN, RN, FACHE, Washington Center for Nursing executive director, who will step down from her role there in 2015. Read more »
UCLA PhD candidate receives Future of Nursing Scholars program award
Meet Nhu Tran, MSN, RN, CCRN, CCRP, who is among the 16 nurses who are the first recipients of the Future of Nursing Scholars program awards Read more »
Alaska Native Medical Center nurse earns professional excellence award
Meet Sandra Haldane, RN, who was awarded the 2014 Theta Omicron/Tina DeLapp Professional Excellence Award. Read more »
WCN executive director plans to step down in 2015
Washington Center for Nursing Executive Director Linda Tieman, MN, RN, FACHE, has chosen to step down effective March 31, 2015. She shares insight about her role and the organization in Q&A with Nurse.com. Read more »
Hands-on clinical experience at two Valley Health System hospitals
Students at the UNLV School of Nursing will have more opportunities for hands-on clinical experiences this fall when The Valley Health System expands the Dedicated Education Unit program to a second hospital. Read more »
Washington State University College of Nursing hires expert in environmentally sustainable healthcare
Meet Beth Schenk, RN, who was hired by Providence-WSU as nurse scientist in a shared appointment with Providence Health & Services St. Patrick Hospital in Missoula, Mont. Read more »
WSU assistant research professor provides insight into her new role
Beth Schenk, PhD, MHI, RN, talks about her new role at WSU and provides insight into environmentally sustainable healthcare with Nurse.com. Schenk: Essentially, to me, it means behaving and acting in ways today that would allow future generations and other species to thrive with the same access to clean air and water as previous generations had. For instance, in acute care, the average pounds of waste per day per... Read more »
Passion for new babies and moms leads to recognition for Simi Valley Hospital nurse
Learn about what inspires Rosemary Yocum, RN, Simi Valley Hospital's employee of the month for August. Read more »
Nursing professor leads study: tablet use to change health behaviors
Learn about a study conducted by NMSU College of Health and Social Services faculty members on the use of mobile technology in helping patients change health behaviors. Read more »
UOPX College of Health Sciences and Nursing names new academic dean
Meet Michael Graham, DNP, RN, PhD, PMHNP-BC, who has been named academic dean for the College of Health Sciences and Nursing at the University of Phoenix. Read more »

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