Culture, History, and Nursing Development

When assistant professor Dr. Sheri Tesseyman graduated from nursing school, she got her first job at a small hospital in Mount Pleasant, Utah. She recalls that it only had twenty beds, ten of which were used for storage. The X-ray technician was also the town’s police chief, and the difference between the main area andContinue reading “Culture, History, and Nursing Development”

Redefining Disability Awareness

According to the US Census Bureau, nearly 56.7 million people in the US struggle with some form of disability. That means that for every five people you meet on the street, at least one of them could be dealing with some unique physical, mental, or emotional challenge. But as a member of the College ofContinue reading “Redefining Disability Awareness”