A second cohort of 32 Genesis Medical Center nurses is set to complete a program designed to enhance patient care by increasing the nurses’ clinical reasoning skills and cultural sensitivity among staff and toward patients, thereby also increasing nurse retention and satisfaction.
It will be a convergence of the past, present, and future at St. Ambrose's Homecoming Oct. 4–7 as the university welcomes a new president for the first time in 20 years.
Since he was installed as president in 1987, enrollment has risen by 70 percent, and more than a dozen sparkling new or updated facilities house students, books and classrooms, or are the center of spiritual and recreational activities.
Four years ago, President Ed Rogalski told the Class of 2007 they would be "graduating together." As promised, nearly 600 degree candidates shared the stage with their president on Mother's Day, May 13, at The Mark of the Quad Cities, as all bid him a fond farewell.
She'd long assumed her future would be tied to the world she saw in her biology books.
There was a time, about a year before I graduated, when I was feeling overwhelmed by an issue, and I was walking past President Rogalski's office.
So, it's almost 8 a.m., and all but Emily have made it to the Cuenca bus station.
"Ray" was a Genesis Medical Center patient in his early 70s who had been suffering from chronic obstructive pulmonary disease for several years.
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