Nursing Graduate Student Exemplifying Love through Refugee Care

As August graduation draws near, graduate student Nicki Broby looks back at how far she has come since starting the family nurse practitioner program (BYU’s master degree in nursing), as well as see how life prepared her for her research focus. Broby’s nursing career began while she was on an LDS mission in Washington D.C.Continue reading “Nursing Graduate Student Exemplifying Love through Refugee Care”

Immunization Exemptions and Pediatric Care

As a family nurse practitioner working in a pediatric outpatient clinic, assistant teaching professor Lacey Eden (BS ’02, MS ’09) educates parents about the general health of their child. Eden frequently addresses parents’ questions and concerns regarding immunizations for their child due to the requirement that parents provide either proof of completion or a certificateContinue reading “Immunization Exemptions and Pediatric Care”

I Would Learn The Healer’s Art

As a part of the 50th anniversary of the BYU College of Nursing, a book was compiled called “The Healer’s Art: 50 stories for 50 years.” It has been 15 years since this book was first published and these stories were shared. We plan to regularly post selections from this book to help each ofContinue reading “I Would Learn The Healer’s Art”

Trekking for Cultural Understanding

Amy Boswell looked down at her hiking shoes and sighed. The deep tread on the bottom had long since filled with mud and was now useless. She had known there would be a lot of trekking on the trip, but this went beyond that. Going straight up the mountain, no switchback trails, she wondered howContinue reading “Trekking for Cultural Understanding”