Items listed under "education"

Associate Degree Nursing Programs: A Solid Foundation for Baccalaureate Education (Part 1)

By Caroline K.  Mosca PhD, RN Every story in the mosaic of history has a beginning, a cast of characters, a set of social circumstances, and its own momentum. The development of a new, two year program for educating professional nurses during...  [Read More]

Happy National Interprofessional Health Care Month!

By Robin Dewald PhD, RN, CNE The National Academies of Practice proclaim the month of April as “National Interprofessional Health Care Month.” According to the National League for Nursing (2015), “The World Health Organization Framework for Action on Interprofessional Education and Collaborative...  [Read More]

Annual Educational Institute Supports Just Culture

On May 5, 2016, the Annual Educational Institute organized by the Excelsior College School of Nursing was held at The Century House in Latham, New York. Attendees both online and in person were inspired by the key note speaker, Jane Barnsteiner, PhD,...  [Read More]

What I Learned at the Royal College of Nursing Conference

By Fran Ludwig I had no expectations as I traveled across ‘the pond’ to England to attend the Royal College of Nursing conference-my primary goal was to present with my colleague Bonny Kehm on our work with person centered care and baccalaureate...  [Read More]

Learn More about Diabetes

By Mark Wahl, MS, RN, Faculty Program Director Nearly 30 million children and adults in this country are diagnosed with diabetes Diabetes often goes undiagnosed because many of its symptoms may seem harmless. Type 1 Diabetes – Results from the body’s failure...  [Read More]

Register Now for May 1 Nursing Symposium

“The Power and Empowerment of Nursing” is the title of the Excelsior College School of Nursing’s 2015 Educational Institute. “Empowerment” is defined as a state in which an individual nurse has assumed control over his or her practice, enabling him or her...  [Read More]