Hospice of the Red River Valley’s registered nurses (RNs) specialize in pain control and symptom management for terminally ill individuals. They advocate for the patient and provide exceptional patient-centered care guided by the person’s wishes. They monitor vitals and manage all equipment, medications and supplies in the
ARGO — The School of Nursing at North Dakota State University is receiving a $1.57 million federal grant award to help educate future health care professionals who serve rural areas.
The award will make possible a nurse practitioner residency/fellowship program for new graduates. NDSU and
It’s been a year of continued growth for Mayville State University President Brian Van Horn.
Van Horn has just finished his first year in office. The year included increased enrollment numbers each semester, the opening of a new turf football field and the wrap up
A higher education crisis is coming, according to Jeff Holm, UND’s vice provost for online education and strategic planning.
As enrollments dip across most colleges and high school graduation rates level out, there may be fewer students going to college in the coming years, which
Ten years ago, the Institute of Medicine (IOM) issued a report with eight recommendations for how nurses could improve healthcare in the United States.
The goal of the IOM Future of Nursing report, titled “The Future of Nursing: Leading Change, Advancing Health,” was to provide
Future health care professionals are getting a big payday to help their research.
North Dakota State University School of Nursing announced it will receive a federal grant worth more than $1.5 million to help develop a program for nurses practitioners to practice in rural clinics.
South Dakota-based Sanford Health and Iowa’s UnityPoint Health have announced plans to merge in an agreement that would create a sprawling health system in the Upper Great Plains and Midwest.
The two providers announced their plans Friday. The Argus Leader reports if the merger is approved by
Mike O’Connell shifted uneasily in his chair as he talked about the opioid addiction that gripped him for more than five years.
He used to take up to 12 prescription drugs daily for back pain and severe anxiety, and as his tolerance increased, he ramped
Tying up surgical gowns, putting on gloves, steady hands stitching. No, this isn’t a doctor preparing for surgery. Instead, it’s a group of more than 80 middle school students who are learning about career options in the health care field.
The UND School of Medicine
The mission of the West River Health Services in Hettinger, N.D., is clear — provide comprehensive health and wellness services to the residents and visitors of the region. To accomplish this mission, health care professionals with the center have spent countless hours developing programs with