Two current M.S.N.-Clinical Nurse Leader students share their story about pursuing a new career in nursing and coming to school during a pandemic.
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Jasmine Ahmed, a current student in Seton Hall’s Accelerated B.S.N. program, attests “This type of career change requires commitment, but becoming a nurse is 100 percent worth it in the end."
Nursing Professor Beth E. Jameson published a study that seeks to determine a better way to calculate the student-to-school-nurse ratio, both in “normal” times and in the midst of a pandemic.
Multidisciplinary experts will discuss “Unmasking Ethical Foundations in the Time of COVID: What We Owe to Each Other.
College of Nursing has released its fall webinars dates for students interested in pursuing graduate and doctorate degrees.
100% of the College of Nursing students who participated in the Honors Immersion Experience were offered full-time employment.
The changes the Corona virus has had on nursing schools and how prospective students can develop their credentials accordingly.
Focused on the impact of COVID-19, the topic for this week's expert panel will be "Children: Education and Safety."
Graduating during a pandemic, the Class of 2020 have proven themselves Seton Hall Strong and prepared to make their mark.
Class of 2020 College of Nursing MSN graduate Izee Mer Dizon is in high demand with multiple job offers already lined up.
Seton Hall launches a week-long digital celebration to recognize and give thanks to its nursing community.
College of Nursing's Assistant Professor Katherine Connolly shares the story of nurses facing the COVID-19 pandemic head on.
Johanna Rhein, M.S.N. ’16, a student in the College of Nursing's NP program, faces the pandemic head-on in a NYC hospital.
Seton Hall’s IHS campus community has come together to discuss ethical issues related to COVID-19 in a new series of events.
Junior Cara Underwood: "It’s not the perfect nurse life that I may have envisioned but I know I’m still supposed to be here.”
Erin Rose ’19 thanks her Seton Hall training and the team of nurses she works with while treating COVID-positive patients.
Seton Hall’s IHS Schools are donating protective gear and other medical supplies in response to the COVID-19 health pandemic.
Barry Kreiswirth, Ph.D., of the Hackensack Meridian Center for Discovery and Innovation, talked about antibiotic resistance.
During the annual ceremony, first-year nursing students were reminded to be caring servant leaders.
Scientist from the Hackensack Meridian Health Center for Discovery and Innovation explained why some drugs work, others don't.