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Better Together: NMC and Suburban Rotary Provide Foot Care Clinic for Omaha’s Homeless

Posted on Fri, Sep 28, 2018

It was so rewarding.

I felt humbled by the people and the impact we could have.

“You are blessings,” the people told us.

These are just a few of the reactions of the NMC students who participated in the Foot Care Clinic for the Homeless at the Open Door Mission on September 22.

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Topics: Diabetes, clinicals, community wellness, nursing, Center for Health Partnerships, community outreach, nurse education, healthcare education

The Graduate Magazine Features New Look and NMC's Community Focus

Posted on Thu, Aug 02, 2018

Welcome to the latest edition and newly refreshed version of The Graduate, Nebraska Methodist College's alumni publication, brought to you by the NMC Marketing Department in collaboration with the NMC Alumni Association.

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Topics: alumni spotlight, nurse education, healthcare education, student achievements, community outreach, service learning, faculty spotlight, community wellness, commencement

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

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

NMC Nursing Students Provide Fun, Free Food, Better Health at 5th Annual Minne Lusa Health Carnival

Posted on Thu, Apr 19, 2018

Children, parents, teddy bears and baby goats were among those taking part in the 5th Annual Community Health Carnival at Minne Lusa Elementary School on April 18.

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Topics: nursing, service learning, community outreach, nurse education, alumni spotlight

Pledge and Pin Represent NMC Students’ Commitment to Nursing

Posted on Mon, Apr 16, 2018

A little over a decade ago, a trio of NMC students reflected on the pledge they had taken as first-year nursing students. And then, working together, they rewrote it.

Ever since, their words have been used in the NMC pledge and pinning ceremony that is a major milestone in the life of a nurse.

Two of the three pledge co-authors were present at First United Methodist Church on April 13 when 90 nursing students — one of the largest NMC pledge classes in recent history — took the pledge and were “pinned.”

One of the co-authors present was Jessi Cote, who led the student nurses in the pledge to nursing by reading aloud the words she’d helped to write.

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Topics: nursing, alumni spotlight, nurse education

Spring Break = A Time for Students to Help Others

Posted on Fri, Mar 16, 2018

Even while on spring break this week, NMC nursing students were still learning, helping others and making a difference. It was a busy time for students involved in service learning activities in the community and on campus. 

"As part of being a Nebraska Methodist College student nurse," said Trisha Baker, "we had the opportunity to participate in an Omaha immersion course to address the issue of food deserts and food insecurity."

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Topics: student spotlight, service learning, community outreach, nurse education

NMC Takes Lead and Diabetes Screenings into the Community

Posted on Tue, Mar 13, 2018

 

Better Health, Brighter Futures 

A drop of blood is small yet mighty.

Inside are 5 million red blood cells and answers to questions like these: Is my child at risk for lead poisoning? Do I have diabetes? Could my family’s health and future be in danger?

In Omaha and beyond, students and staff of Nebraska Methodist College are helping to answer these questions. They do this with compassion, skill and one quick finger prick at a time — and without expecting the public to find the time and transportation to come to them.

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Topics: community outreach, Diabetes, nurse education, alumni spotlight

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