Last spring, LeighAnn Sidone, vice president and CNO at Suburban Hospital in MD, completed her DNP through our online program while leading her team through the COVID-19 pandemic.
As stories abound of nurses stepping up to confront one of the worst public health crises in history, the public learned something that many take for granted — nurses are, by nature and education, leaders.
In nursing, there is a wide variety of specializations and career paths, and nurses often wear many hats. Alumna Charisse Skinner, MS, RN, is a perfect example.
Last March — right before the pandemic — students from Duquesne’s nursing and pharmacy schools set out for a weeklong spring breakaway trip to Costa Rica to expand their skills, do their part to help, and learn more about the culture, each other and themselves.
Three nursing students share why they’re getting involved with local COVID-19 vaccination efforts.
Professor Laura Crimm provides several insights and updates on the role telehealth is playing in health care and at Duquesne University.
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