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It Takes Brains To Work In NMC’s Zombie Simulator!

Posted on Wed, Apr 01, 2015

Over the past few years, zombie fever has swept the nation thanks to shows like the Walking Dead and the Real Housewives franchise.  But what would happen if this phenomenon left the realm of pop culture and entered the real world?  Would today’s nursing and healthcare professionals be prepared to handle the unique challenges posed by a zombie outbreak?

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Topics: just for fun, new programs

Spanish Minor Prepares Students to Serve Growing Latino Populations

Posted on Wed, Feb 05, 2014

Imagine walking into a hospital waiting room where you don’t speak the same language as anyone on staff. You would have extreme difficulty telling a nurse or a doctor about your symptoms or understanding your prescribed treatment. For many in the rapidly growing Latino populations across our state and nation, this is the reality of our healthcare system. 

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Topics: new programs, spanish, nursing

Bachelor’s Program Prepares Students for Advanced Careers in Medical Imaging

Posted on Wed, Oct 23, 2013

Careers in medical imaging are great for individuals who are tech-savvy and have a keen eye for capturing the perfect image. Medical imaging professionals use high-tech imaging equipment and computers to produce detailed images that allow physicians to diagnose disease or trauma in patients.

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Topics: new programs, allied health career, rad tech program

VIDEO: New Doctor of Nursing Practice Program

Posted on Wed, Oct 16, 2013

Nebraska Methodist College is proud to announce its newest degree program - the Doctor of Nursing Practice. The new online program is Nebraska Methodist College's first doctorate degree and will prepare nurses to meet the demands of an increasingly complex health care system.

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Topics: new programs, nursing

New Healthcare Operations Management Program Offered Online

Posted on Wed, Dec 19, 2012

It takes a team effort from professionals across the healthcare system to control costs and maintain quality, but the challenge of leading that effort rests squarely on the shoulders of healthcare administrators.

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Topics: healthcare education, new programs, allied health career