Posts Tagged ‘Nursing’
Sally Neville, ’74, finds it’s important to laugh in the face of difficult situations as she directs HIV care at the Kansas City Care Clinic and has become nationally known for her work.
Becky Drummy Fehman launched her maternity/baby concierge to help new parents with everything from baby proofing their houses to breastfeeding.
Nursing students test children’s blood for lead poisoning while earth and environmental systems students test soil for lead contamination in efforts to keep children safe.
To honor his wife who died of breast cancer, Joel Harbaugh, ’91, established the Mary Card Harbaugh Scholarship for Nursing through the Indiana State University Foundation. Michael Mardis, a senior tight end on the football team and nursing major, is the first recipient.
From a driver of the year, to outstanding community service to national awards for professors, ISU students and faculty have gained recognition this year.
The survey says nurses and doctors need to improve communication, while students studying for health-related fields learning about communicating with one another. A nursing professor receives an award education research. Undergrad students get in on researching heat stroke. An alumna is changing the world one patient at a time.
At mid-life, three women decided to continue their educations at Indiana State University and found themselves united by a common goal: They wanted to do more to help people.
Kayla Eldib spent two of her summer breaks in South Korea working with refugees from North Korea.