Monthly Archives: July 2014

Sheri Palmer gives devotional address

IMG_8640Sheri Palmer, associate teaching professor for the College of Nursing, gave a talk entitled “Convenient Service” in last Tuesday’s devotional. While the title seemed like an oxymoron, she¬†made an excellent point about conditioning ourselves to see service as convenient; therefore, making it easier to do.
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Dean Ravert and CON faculty enjoy a healthy, active summer

 

Dean Ravert stopping for a picture in a tulip field after a long day of biking.

All too often, nurses place the needs of their patients before their own. While this is admirable, it can be destructive to emotional and physical well-being. The solution is simple. Eat well and exercise regularly.

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Twenty dollars makes the difference between life and death

Christine Platt cares for Guatemalan baby in her recent internship.

Christine Platt cares for Guatemalan baby in her recent internship.

Christine Platt, a BYU College of Nursing graduate student, examined a little Guatemalan boy in a make-shift examination room. BYU College of Nursing preceptor Susan Chasson consulted with Platt, and the two decided the boy needed an immediate surgery in Guatemala City.

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