This article was written by Marcella Mercer at the Omaha World-Herald on 6/10/2017.Read More
Nebraska Methodist College’s Bachelor of Science in Nursing and Master of Science in Nursing programs were approved for accreditation by the Board of Commissioners of the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE).Read More
In the 1800s, Florence Nightingale gathered and analyzed health data, and was known as the passionate statistician. She could be called the first informatics nurse. Data collection was conducted differently in her time than most healthcare institutions in 2017. But, like informatics nurses (IN) today, Florence Nightingale advocated for patient safety and better patient outcomes (Rehmeyer, 2013.)Read More
This article was published by Leeanna Ellis at the Washington County Pilot-Tribune & Enterprise on 5/12/2017.Read More
The Nurse Faculty Loan Program (NFLP) is an attractive financial aid option for nurses considering a Master of Science in Nursing degree with an education focus. There continues to be an extreme shortage of nurses nationwide and a huge need for nurse educators to educate the next generation of nurses. In order to address the demand, the federal Health Resources and Services Administration created the NFLP.Read More
Happy National Nurses Week to all of our student, faculty, alumni and community nurses!Read More
Nebraska Methodist College has partnered with NursingCAS to assist with all nursing program applications.
NursingCAS is operated by the American Association of Colleges of Nursing (ACCN) and offers a convenient and efficient process to apply to nursing school using a web-based application.Read More
Nebraska Methodist College baccalaureate nursing students took part in the Edna Fagan Pledging Ceremony today at St. Andrew United Methodist Church.Read More
“Should I go on to earn the next degree?”
This is a question you’ve likely asked yourself multiple times. But as healthcare evolves, the question nurses will confront isn’t if they should earn a degree, but which degree they should earn.Read More
As a nursing school that’s been operating for 125 years, we’ve heard just about everything, and even the most well-meaning nursing students tend to come in with the same handful of misconceptions.
It’s time to dispel those myths once and for all. The following are ten nursing myths that our own faculty reveal should no longer be a part of the conversation.Read More