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7 Reasons Why Now Is the Time to Get Your MSN

Posted on Tue, Jul 31, 2018

Attention, RNs and BSNs: Getting your MSN has never been more convenient, cost-effective, career-boosting, and important for you, your patients, and your profession.

While there are dozens of great reasons to go back to school for your MSN, here are seven of the most significant.

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Topics: graduate programs, online education, nursing, nurse education

Methodist Hospital Volunteen Explores Her Future in Healthcare at NMC Career Camp

Posted on Wed, Jul 18, 2018

Eager to help others? Check. Comfortable around blood? Check. Interested in a healthcare career? Check.

All of these things come naturally to Lyndsay Hunter, 17, who has grown up believing healthcare is the right choice for her.

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Topics: preparing for college, health professions, healthcare education

Special Delivery to Indiana: NMC Informatics Diploma Via RV

Posted on Mon, Jul 16, 2018

NMC Informatics Director Debborah “Debb” Adams (MSN 2016, BSN) loves to teach. She also loves to travel the country, meeting new people and visiting new places. What’s her favorite way of travel? In the comfort of the 24-foot recreational vehicle she nicknamed 2BEEZ after the unique spelling of her first name.

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Topics: staff spotlight, graduate programs, online education

Lessons from Lucy

Posted on Fri, Jun 15, 2018

NMC Students Meet One of Nebraska's First Occupational Therapists

It isn’t every day that students get to meet a pioneer in their chosen field.

Lucy Fowler, 86, one of Nebraska’s first occupational therapists, shared memories and rare insights with students from NMC’s Master of Occupational Therapy (MOT) program.

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Topics: Master of Occupational Therapy, occupational therapy

Spring 2018 Dean's List Announced

Posted on Thu, May 31, 2018

 

We congratulate the 115 students named to the Dean's List!

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

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Topics: student achievements, lists

LaToya & Mitch: A New Grad & Her Healthcare Hero

Posted on Tue, May 29, 2018

LaToya Sharp's graduation celebration was made extra special thanks to a surprise visit from the healthcare hero who inspired her to become a respiratory therapist.  

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Topics: respiratory care, commencement, health professions, student spotlight

NMC Faculty and Staff Volunteer in the Community

Posted on Fri, May 18, 2018

How can we be the change we want to see in the world? For example, what can any one of us do to fight poverty, hunger, homelessness and unemployment in Omaha?

We can begin by volunteering to help those in need.

Every person, every pair of hands makes a difference. This is more than a lesson taught to NMC's students. This is a core value lived and modeled by our NMC family as educated citizens.

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Topics: staff spotlight, faculty spotlight, community outreach

A Graduation Story of Faith, Love and Organ Donation

Posted on Wed, May 16, 2018

Earning a college degree is never easy.

But for Christa Reisdorff, who received her Bachelor of Science in Nursing diploma from NMC on May 11, the journey was a nonstop marathon of challenges.

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Topics: bachelor's degree, commencement, nursing, health professions, student spotlight, nurse education

Congratulations to NMC’s Spring 2018 Graduates

Posted on Mon, May 14, 2018

Nebraska Methodist College welcomed its latest line of nursing and allied health graduates at spring commencement ceremonies held at St. Andrew's United Methodist Church on May 11. 

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Topics: bachelor's degree, graduate programs, commencement, nursing, health professions, healthcare education, nurse education

Levine Scholars Program Presentation Day Is May 8

Posted on Tue, May 01, 2018

Imagine offering nursing students and sonography students an extra level of preparation to help them collaborate for the best possible care and outcomes for patients from all cultures, no matter what the future holds within the ever-changing world of medicine.

This is the vision that inspired Michael Levine, MD, FACOG, to create and teach the Levine Scholars Program at Nebraska Methodist College. The program began in August 2017.

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Topics: nurse education, sonography, new programs

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