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Written by: Whitney Halvorsen, Student Nurse (Minnesota School of Business-Richfield) Why go to the hospital if you are not sick? This is the belief at the Minnesota Birthing Center (MBC) in Minneapolis, MN. As the Twin Cities’ first and only … Continue reading
The Globe University/Minnesota School of Business Bachelor of Science in nursing program was included as a chapter school member of the Chi-at-Large Chapter of Sigma Theta Tau International Nursing Honor Society on Saturday, November 3, 2012 in a moving ceremony … Continue reading
During the Early Fall 2012 quarter, medical assistant students at the Minnesota School of Business Brooklyn Center campus joined nursing students at the Richfield campus on a new venture: a simulation clinic.The idea stemmed from Alicia Larson, instructor at the Brooklyn … Continue reading
By Lindsay DesLauriers I tend to have many people ask me about the differences between certain medical careers, specifically, medical assistants (MA), licensed practical nurses (LPN), and registered nurses (RN). As part of medical assistants final class, they researched the … Continue reading
Attendees from Minnesota School of Business Minnesota School of Business baccalaureate Nursing Program was a proud sponsor of the Minneapolis/St. Paul Magazine 2012 Outstanding Nurses Awards event July 19. The college and nursing program applaud the 54 finalists and 20 winners … Continue reading
For students considering careers as a nurse, medical assistant or nursing assistant, Faye Uppman, industry expert and dean of nursing programs at Globe University, summarizes the differences in these career choices. Click here: http://www.prweb.com/releases/2012/6/prweb9609892.htm For information on the Medical Assistant … Continue reading
MSB nursing faculty Sharon Stanke, RN, DNP, has been named by Mpls.St.Paul Magazine as a finalist for its first ever Outstanding Nurses Awards. Dr. Stanke is an innovative educator who has done ground-breaking work in simulation training for new ICU … Continue reading
Nursing leaders from two baccalaureate programs share perspectives regarding nursing education and practice in Brugge, Belgium.
Judy Van Nuffelen, Faye Uppman, Nancy Boucquez, Ines Van Turnhout Faye Uppman, Dean of the Bachelor of Science in nursing program at Globe University/Minnesota School of Business, visited the nursing program at Katholieke Hogeschool Brugge – Oostende in May 2012 … Continue reading
Nurse, Nursing Assistant, or Medical Assistant? In yesterday’s post I explained what qualifies individuals to assume the title of nurse in its two major variants: Licensed practical nurse (LPN) and registered nurse (RN). Today I look at two other healthcare professionals … Continue reading
MSB senior nursing students Molly MacLean and Katie Theisen were invited to write about nursing salons for an article in the upcoming August 2012 issue of Creative Nursing: A Journal of Values, Issues, Experience & Collaboration. Molly and Katie attended … Continue reading