Nursing Career in High Demand: by Upsana Gupta
If you're thinking about pursuing nursing as a career, this is the time. The nursing field is one of the hottest and fastest growing in the country. According to the US News Ranking of Best Jobs, nursing ranked as the second most desired profession in 2013.
Special Guest Presentation: Dr. Angela Barron McBride
World-renowned nursing leader, Dr. Angela Barron McBride, joins us on Saturday, October 26th for a complimentary special guest presentation on "Orchestrating a Nursing Career for Leadership."
Adult Immunizations: Who, What and Why!
The Gerontological Nursing Initiative (GNI) of Baylor University Louise Herrington School of Nursing (BULHSON) recently presented Adult Immunizations: Who, What and Why! at Windsor Senior Living, located near LBJ Freeway and Coit. The program discussed why an intraprofessional effort by all healthcare professionals is needed to overcome barriers to immunizations and improvement of adult immunization rates.
Baylor Missions Around the World: Students Volunteer for Trips to Europe, Africa, Central America
WACO, Texas (June 27, 2013) - "The integration of faith, learning and service."
That's the ultimate goal of Baylor Missions, said coordinator for missions Holly Widick, as hundreds of Baylor University students and faculty ventured to offer their time, talents and services to a hurting world.
Dean Conroy named as an AACN-Wharton Executive Leadership Fellow
Hearts of service: Three Baylor nursing students were among the first on the scene in West
Last Wednesday, two Baylor nursing students and one recent graduate were driving back from Waco to Dallas following ROTC when they decided to grab dinner at a popular I-35 stop just north of Waco. (You probably see where this is going already.) The trio — seniors Ali Nordlander, of Scottsdale, Ariz., and Ashlyn McNeely, of [...]
Nurses have highest honesty rating; car salespeople, lowest
These results are from Gallup's Nov. 26-29 update of the perceived honesty and ethical standards of professions. Survey respondents rated each profession on a five-point honesty and ethical scale ranging from "very high" to "very low."
Baylor School of Nursing Professor Chosen for National Council
WACO, Texas (Sept. 7, 2012) - Donna LoSasso, DNP, RN, NNP-BC, an assistant professor at the Baylor University Louise Herrington School of Nursing (LHSON), has been selected by the National Association of Neonatal Nurse Practitioners (NANNP) to serve as a council member. Her two-year term will begin in October when she is recognized at the organization's Annual Educational Conference in Palm Springs, Calif.