Thank You, College of Nursing!

By Mindy Longhurst Mindy Longhurst has worked as a Public Relations Assistant in the BYU College of Nursing since May 2018. She just completed her bachelor’s degree in Communications with an emphasis in Public Relations and a minor in Family Studies. An image of Mindy Longhurst. Image courtesy of Andrew Holman. I am alive todayContinue reading “Thank You, College of Nursing!”

Fulbright Scholar Award: Dr. Sheri Palmer

By Mindy Longhurst An image of teaching professor Dr. Sheri Palmer with people from the National University of Asuncion. Image courtesy of Palmer. Teaching professor Dr. Sheri Palmer has had an incredible year spending time in Paraguay for two significant nursing projects including a Fulbright Scholar Award. Studying teenage pregnancy in Paraguay This past August,Continue reading “Fulbright Scholar Award: Dr. Sheri Palmer”

We Will Miss You Colleen!

By Mindy Longhurst An image of Colleen Tingey. Photo courtesy of the College of Nursing Media Team. Colleen Tingey, the Mary Jane Rawlinson Geertsen Nursing Learning Center (NLC) Supervisor, has worked for the College of Nursing for 14 and a half years. Her largest contribution to the College of Nursing has been with the recently renovatedContinue reading “We Will Miss You Colleen!”

Student Spotlight: Paige Stodtmeister

By Quincey Taylor Stodtmeister with Gallagher Foundation board member. Image courtesy of Stodtmeister. In September of 2018, third semester nursing student Paige Stodtmeister heard the exciting news that she had been awarded the Gallagher Foundation Health Careers Award. She hopes her experience will inspire fellow nursing students to persist in searching and applying for scholarships.Continue reading “Student Spotlight: Paige Stodtmeister”

Experiential Learning: TeamSTEPPS

By Mindy Longhurst An image of the TeamSTEPPS research team at the American Hospital Association annual conference. Left to right: Kapri Beus, assistant teaching professor Stacie Hunsaker, Camry Shawcroft, Amber Anderson, Sara Durrant Weeks and assistant teaching professor Michael Thomas. Image courtesy of Shawcroft. Many nurses know that Team Strategies and Tools to Enhance PerformanceContinue reading “Experiential Learning: TeamSTEPPS”