The ND Center for Nursing is seeking the services of a consultant to work with a large committee to develop a unique ND Nursing Workplace Culture Designation System. The purpose of the system is to acknowledge the attainment of best-practice
The ND Center for Nursing is hosting a focus group for nurses in the Grand Forks area on Friday, February 7th at 12:00 PM CST. During the focus group we will talk about how to improve workplace culture statewide.
Focus Group Location:
1200 Columbia Road
Lower Level- in
The Faculty Recruitment and Retention Policy Strategies committee would like all faculty (full-time, part time, clinical, adjunct etc.) to complete a brief survey. This survey will be utilized to inform the development of a policy brief for the 2021 legislative session to push for faculty tuition
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
Trinity Health is investing in healthcare workers of the future.
Trinity Health honored the recipients of the 2019-2020 Nursing scholarships at a special banquet Tuesday.
Trinity says 14 nursing students are received scholarships. The money will help the students complete either an Associate’s degree or a Bachelor of
MINOT — Nursing can be a difficult field. Men and women who serve as nurses in hospitals might see some gruesome things, or have a patient who might make their day just a little bit better with a corny joke.
That was the case for Faye Arlt,
Annie Hatlie, who turned 25 in the summer of 1918, was one of countless women aiding the United States in World War I.
Born Annie Mickelson on July 24, 1893 to farmers who settled near Walcott, North Dakota, Hatlie began her training as a nurse in October
Over the next three decades, the population of those 65 and over in the U.S. will nearly double. Many of those seniors will need extra medical attention. The problem is we’re not equipped to handle it. It’s already a problem now. We have a lack of
Bismarck State College has received a $415,256 grant from the U.S. Department of Commerce’s Economic Development Administration to equip its Health Sciences facility with lab equipment.
The money will be used to equip lab space with video systems for online students, instruments for lab exercises, and audio
FARGO — Nancy Saeger’s battle with depression became official with her diagnosis of major depressive disorder more than 30 years ago. Looking back, however, she believes depression has been a dark cloud over most of her life.
“I’ve spent a lot of time crying,” Saeger said. “Fortunately,