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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

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

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 Hosts Visitors from India Nursing School

Posted on Mon, Jul 17, 2017

Nebraska Methodist College, in collaboration with local entrepreneur Vinod Gupta, is hosting for two weeks administrators from the Hillary Clinton Nursing School in India (pictured above).

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Topics: campus life, service learning

A New Beginning for the Mobile Diabetes Center

Posted on Wed, Nov 16, 2016

For decades, Nebraska Methodist College has provided education and screening services to Omaha and beyond via the Mobile Diabetes Center. Last Thursday, this facet of the community received new life.

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Topics: community outreach, Diabetes, service learning

Omaha Immersion Trip Teaches Sustainability to Students

Posted on Wed, Mar 30, 2016

Recently, we shared word of Nebraska Methodist College students traveling to Laredo, Texas to help out Habitat for Humanity and make a difference to the people of that community.

But the students of NMC also do plenty of good work right here. Our Immersion experiences are dedicated to showing future healthcare workers how they can make a difference anywhere, and sometimes that means doing things a little closer to home.

A class of students actually just finished up their own Immersion trip in Omaha. And while they didn't board a plane to do so, their work still showcases the kind of dedication that our students bring to their professions no matter the locale.

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Topics: community outreach, service learning, community wellness

In Laredo, the Experience of a Lifetime for Students

Posted on Mon, Feb 08, 2016

The home neared completion, not quite move-in ready but nearly there. The students were able to look from one to another with the realization that they had contributed in a substantial way to the future happiness of the couple who would be moving in just a few short days, ready to welcome their new baby into the world.

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Topics: community outreach, service learning, nursing

How NMC’s Immersion Trips Round Out Your College Experience

Posted on Thu, May 21, 2015

Textbooks, tests, notes:  What you learn in your college classroom is essential, but the educational experiences that shape you outside the classroom could potentially be even more important. Not every aspect of healthcare can be summed up in a lecture or a set of multiple-choice questions.

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Topics: community outreach, service learning, Center for Health Partnerships

Redefining Clinicals With The Dedicated Education Unit

Posted on Fri, Apr 17, 2015

Nebraska Methodist College is constantly trying to improve methods of education to provide a better experience for students.  An old model of doing things might work, but every once in awhile, you want to revisit that model to see if there’s any possible way to change things for the better.

That’s where the Dedicated Education Unit comes in.  The result of a partnership between nursing faculty at NMC and the leadership at Methodist Hospital, the DEU seeks to upend expectations of what a clinical rotation means to nursing students.

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Topics: nurse education, service learning, nursing

CDC Raising Funds for New Mobile Diabetes Unit through Omaha Gives!

Posted on Tue, May 20, 2014

Through the Mobile Diabetes Center, Nebraska Methodist College students provide crucial diabetes screenings and education in a wide variety of community settings while gaining valuable experience. Through Omaha Gives!, the community will have an opportunity to support the next generation of the Mobile Diabetes Center.

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Topics: community outreach, service learning, patient care, college

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