Duquesne University’s BME/BSN program offers students a unique approach to improving patient care. Two recent alumni share why they chose to pursue this unique dual degree and how they plan on applying their learnings to helping people.
Joining a professional organization is an excellent way to learn and collaborate with peers within the nursing community. There’s many opportunities to develop communication, leadership and networking skills.
Dr. Grace Campbell is a new faculty member at the Duquesne University School of Nursing for the fall 2021 semester. In this Q&A, Dr. Campbell shares what drew her to nursing, education and Duquesne.
To better prepare students for standardized exams like the NCLEX, faculty have formed the Test Item Writing Club, which offers the opportunity for faculty to develop and strengthen their test item writing skills.
Caitlyn has always had an interest in caring for victims of sexual assault—and she recognizes the great responsibility that comes with such a role. In this Q&A, Caitlyn discusses her work as a SANE and the art she’s been inspired to create.
As telehealth visits become more prevalent, health care providers will need tools and devices to aid in their assessments of patients from afar. This is where the knowledge and experience of nurse engineers like Amanda Pellegrino and Garett Craig can play an innovative role.
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