For nurses, the registered nurse first assist (RNFA) credential opens doors. Starting this November, Missouri State University will offer the registered nurse first assist (RNFA) graduate certificate. The RNFA program features advanced training and skills for registered nurses or advanced-practice registered nurses, preparing them to assist in surgery. The one-year … [Read more...] about Missouri State offers new RNFA certificate
The School of Nursing is pleased to welcome Dr. Stephen Stapleton to Missouri State University as the new Director of the School of Nursing. Dr. Stapleton will assume the position this month as Dr. Kathryn Hope officially retires after nearly 20 years of service. Dr. Stapleton earned his doctoral degree from the University of Illinois College of Nursing in 2010 after 28 … [Read more...] about Welcome Dr. Stephen Stapleton!
This past summer, Missouri State University student Madeline Hayes embarked on a journey she would never forget. She left the comforts of home to help those who are suffering in one of the world’s most dangerous cities – Mosul, Iraq. A senior nursing major, Hayes spent a month in Mosul with Free Burma Rangers (FBR), a humanitarian service movement founded by David Eubank, a … [Read more...] about Making her mark in Mosul
Third year BSN-DNP students, Molly Aasby and Katie Peterson, presented posters of their DNP projects during the 2017 CHHS Student Research Symposium held on April 27, 2017 at Plaster Student Union Ballroom. Katie and Molly are part of an 11-student cohort who will be graduating on May 18, 2017 from the School of Nursing's BSN-DNP program. Upon graduation, they are eligible to … [Read more...] about DNP Students Present at 2017 CHHS Student Research Symposium
The School of Nursing wishes to congratulate the BSN Generic May 2016 cohort for achieving 100 percent pass rate on the National Council Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses (NCLEX-RN). The School of Nursing is one of only four programs in Missouri to achieve this benchmark in 2016. The undergraduate baccalaureate degree in nursing prepares students to work in any … [Read more...] about The School of Nursing is making a Missouri Statement!