Monthly Archives: October 2018

MEPN Student Becomes American Citizen

This post is written by guest writer and 2nd year MEPN student, Binh Mach What Does It Mean To Become an American? October 23, 2018 was a special day for me, since that was the day that I became a … Continue reading

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MEPNs Host Health Fair in Tijuana

This post is written by 2nd year MEPN and guest writer, Adilene Esquivias Cynthia and Samantha providing nutrition education. Last weekend, MEPNs took a trip to Tijuana to host a health fair for the residents of the community center established … Continue reading

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MEPNs learn how to influence media through Podcasts

On Monday afternoon, second year MEPNs in Dr. Kathy Marsh’s Health Policy class were discussing how nurses can impact the media to influence Health Policy. One of the class assignments is for students to produce a 3- 5 minute podcast … Continue reading

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Review of Association of California Nurse Leaders (ACNL) Regional Meeting: Harnessing the Winds of Change

This post is written by guest writer and 2nd year MEPN, Matthew Parker Second year MEPN students have the unique opportunity to research and participate with local, professional nursing organizations. A professional nursing organization serves as the arena for a … Continue reading

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MEPNs urge residents to get flu shots

Flu season has begun and MEPN students are urging residents to get their flu shots. 70,000 to 80,000 people died last year as a result of flu season. Infants, elderly, and people with a compromised immune system are the most … Continue reading

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