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ADN or BSN? The Benefits Of Becoming A BSN-Prepared Nurse

Posted on Mon, Mar 23, 2015

Are you wondering if you should go for an Associate Degree in Nursing (ADN) or take the extra steps to get your Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN)? If so, you’re not alone. The question of ADN vs. BSN is one we hear a lot. While the ADN might have been the standard at one time, the BSN is becoming more popular today. Here’s a look at why:

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Tags: nurse education, nursing, continuing education

Careers in the Medical Field: The Sky's the Limit!

Posted on Tue, Mar 17, 2015

Healthcare is a huge field with a wide variety of career paths. Everyone’s familiar with doctors and nurses, of course, but do you know about the many other options? There are a lot of not-so-well-known healthcare jobs that have great pay, are in high demand and provide an opportunity to work with and care for patients.

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Tags: healthcare education, allied health career, health professions, continuing education

RN To BSN Program Hits The Open Road

Posted on Tue, Mar 10, 2015

Nebraska Methodist College has embarked on an exciting new partnership that aims to provide traveling nurses with the opportunity to further their careers in the healthcare field.

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Tags: nurse education, RN to BSN, nursing, continuing education

5 Myths About Nebraska Methodist College

Posted on Thu, Mar 05, 2015

Nebraska Methodist College Director of Enrollment Services Megan Maryott has heard dozens of misconceptions. You’ve probably even heard some of these rumors yourself. We asked Megan to set the record straight on the most common myths and give us the facts instead. Read on to learn the real deal.  

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Tags: healthcare education, college, health professions, nursing

NMC Nursing Student First to be on HONOReform's NEW Methodist Monday's Column

Posted on Sun, Feb 22, 2015

Methodist Monday's have become an awesome feature of HONOReform! HONOReform is a popular blog that promotes saving lives by ensuring essential safety injection practices are followed consistently.The site now features a Methodist Monday's section that spotlights faculty and students in the safety injecticon realm.

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Tags: nurse education, Family Nurse Practitioner, nursing

NMC Makes Strides in Workplace Wellness

Posted on Sat, Feb 07, 2015

Checkout this great picture of the NMC Color Run Team! These fabulous NMC folks were featured in the Omaha World Herald for being apart of a wellness friendly workplace. Here is the article below written by Bryan Redemske and published on Feb. 1st, 2015:

If you were to ask the CEOs and leaders of a dozen companies around the Midlands what their most precious resource was, you’d most often get the same answer: our people.


The most advanced machinery or processes in the world don’t have much value unless the people tasked with making it all work are fully engaged and committed to producing superior products or services.

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Tags: campus life, fitness, wellness

Fall 2014 Dean's List Announced

Posted on Mon, Jan 26, 2015

 

Degree-seeking students with a 3.75 semester grade point average (GPA) or better and are enrolled in 12 or more credit hours have qualified for the Dean's List. Honor Roll recipients are certificate students with a 3.75 GPA or better

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Tags: student achievements, lists

NMC Recognized as American Heart Association Fit-Friendly Worksite

Posted on Thu, Jan 22, 2015


Nebraska Methodist College – The Josie Harper Campus has been recognized as a Platinum-Level Fit-Friendly Worksite by the American Heart Association for helping employees eat better and move more. 

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Tags: campus life, wellness

NMC Holds Fall 2014 Commencement

Posted on Fri, Dec 19, 2014

It's finally that time! They put in the hours and all the extra work and now's it's time to walk across the stage and accept the degree they worked so hard to achieve. Graduation service was held at St. Andrew's Methodist Church on Friday, December 19th. Congrats class of 2014!

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Tags: student achievements, healthcare education

NMC Student Maureen W. Gatere Wins RWJF-NCIN Essay Contest

Posted on Mon, Dec 01, 2014

Nebraska Methodist College accelerated BSN student, Maureen Gatere entered the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation essay contest and was selected as the winner for October 2014. Below is her winning essay.

I believe this about nursing…"it is more than a profession, it is a vocation, a way of life, and will forever define who I am."
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Tags: student life, student spotlight, nursing

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