A Sisterhood Scholarship and Africa

On April 30, 2016, Bethany Lambson, a recent BYU graduate in the College of Nursing spoke at the 81st annual convention of the Utah State Chapter Philanthropic Educational Organization Sisterhood. Lambson received the Ruth S. Clayton Memorial Nursing Scholarship Fund, which provides need-based financial assistance for a woman to study nursing, with the goal ofContinue reading “A Sisterhood Scholarship and Africa”

Beads, Bracelets, and Blessings for Ecuador

Sophia Larimer, Sarah Roberts, Aubrey Sandberg, and Megan Zitting, have gone above and beyond to help others in preparation for their trip to Ecuador. As part of their clinical practicum for the public and global health nursing course, these students created a useful and easy technique to help women track their menstrual cycles. In EcuadorContinue reading “Beads, Bracelets, and Blessings for Ecuador”

The best nurse this Mother’s Day

When it comes to nurses, the best nurse we know is our mother. Moms have a special place as they have nurtured and cared for us since before we were born. As we reflect on this Mother’s Day, the College of Nursing honors the many students that study nursing because of the influence of theirContinue reading “The best nurse this Mother’s Day”

BYU Nursing Students Partner with Charity Anywhere in Ecuador

Each year, the BYU College of Nursing has the opportunity to send some experienced nursing students to a variety of countries to help administer to different public health needs. Students have been privileged to travel to Ghana, Taiwan, Washington D.C., Ecuador, and other locations, for their clinical practicum for public and global health nursing course.Continue reading “BYU Nursing Students Partner with Charity Anywhere in Ecuador”