Category Archives: Nursing Councils
Please help me welcome Michelle Guigneaux, RN HCE, to our clinics for 2013 visits! Michelle will schedule the visits (as she is able) for your convenience and with avoidance of patient flow interruptions in mind. During these visits, Michelle and I want … Continue reading
Please take a look at some articles of interest to healthcare personnel as well as upcoming Professional Development and Educational Offerings recently posted on the Nursing Councils Webpage of the Ambulatory Blog at: http://blogs.utmb.edu/ambulatorynews/nursing-councils/ Have a great day.
Sepsis is a toxic response to infection that kills 258,000 Americans each year. It is a medical emergency that requires early detection and treatment for survival. Learn more by viewing the sites below. » Sepsis Alliance Website » Sepsis: Emergency … Continue reading
“NURSES: Are You Ready For Your New Role In Health Information Technology?” Webinar Presenters: Mari Tietze PhD, RN-BC & Susan McBride, PhD, RN When: August 29, 2012 What Time: 12:30PM to 1:30PM Where: RSH – Conference Room 1.124 It’s good … Continue reading
Free CNE Course on Cultural Competence in Nursing Care online through our School of Nursing website: http://son.utmb.edu/SonApps/ccnch/core-modules.aspx You will need to register once but then will have access to the module. They have future offerings coming up as well and … Continue reading
Nurses, physicians and other interprofessional healthcare members, students, clergy, and community members are invited to attend this professional development activity. Kenneth Pargament, Ph.D., Distinguished Scholar Dr. Pargament is professor of clinical psychology at Bowling Green State University, and is … Continue reading