Monthly Archives: February 2016

Christina Dukovich and Sasha Lueke receive scholarships

(Dr. Linda Urden, Christina Dukovich, Sasha Lueke, and Dr. Kathy Marsh at awards gala) All of the MEPN students participate in community service, but it sure is gratifying when students are recognized by an outside agency for going above and … Continue reading

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National Council of State Boards of Nursing (NCSBN) has designated February as Social Media Month

You are working so hard to earn that coveted RN. Don’t get in trouble with a simple mistake on social media! With the growth of online media, nurses are increasingly using blogs, forums, and social networking sites to share their … Continue reading

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Can you work while in Nursing School? This post is written by guest writer Jillian Ward, 2nd year MEPN student

(Jillian Ward being inducted in Sigma Theta Tau with Dr. Ann Mayo) To work, or not to work? This is a question many of us face while enrolled as MEPNs. As graduate students in a full-time intensive nursing program, we … Continue reading

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Sign up for Open Labs

    Need a little assistance with your head-to-toe assessment, dressing changes, starting an IV, or anything skills related? If so, sign up to attend one of the ‘Open Lab’ days. Ari Reisman started a google doc for MEPNs to … Continue reading

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Employment Fair A Huge Success!

Students descended upon Hahn 106 yesterday between 1:30 – 3 pm for the Annual Employment Fair.  Everything you wanted to know about that upcoming job offer was in the convenience of one room. Over 17 different hospitals, clinics, and nursing … Continue reading

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It’s official, there are 100 days until graduation! That means, it’s time to get ready for the NCLEX. Here’s what you will need to do: You will be doing two separate registrations. One for the BRN to obtain an RN … Continue reading

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MEPNS screen teens for cardiac conditions

This post is written by guest writer: Sasha Luecke While most of San Diego was sitting around the fireplace last Sunday enjoying the pouring rain and 50 mile per hour winds, a group of MEPNs drove up to Oceanside to … Continue reading

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