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Celebrate the new academic year with faculty, staff, students and new President and Dean Dr. Wynd on Monday, August 25 from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. SGA leadership installation will occur at 12:15 p.m. Join us on the patio and in the MCCN Gym for a FREE full picnic spread, music and fun!

On August 8, MCCN’s 22 student ambassadors attended a special one-day retreat to get them ready for the 2014-15 academic year. Activities centered around leadership, specifically broadening their idea of what a leader is and how they can make an impact in a leadership role. Held at Rising Park in Lancaster, programming included determining each ambassador’s leadership style, learning how to interact with those with different leadership styles, diversity and inclusion, leadership traits/characteristics and servant leadership.

Interested in joining the College, as well as influential Columbus business leaders, for a night of delicious food and good company? MCCN is looking for student volunteers to attend the golf outing dinner to be held Monday, September 15 at The Lakes Golf & Country Club in Westerville at 5 p.m. You are invited to join our players for dinner (free) and will be asked to just say a few words about the College and your experiences as a nursing student. The dinner starts at 5:30 and should last about two hours.

Please contact Aurora Stromberg at astromberg@mccn.edu if you are interested in volunteering.

A Mount Carmel College of Nursing course coordinator recently unveiled an exciting new collaborative simulation designed to bring together Mount Carmel West residents and MCCN students to educate them on the importance of communication in the medical profession. On June 10, MCCN undergraduate students gathered at the Clinical Skills and Simulation Center together with three second-year internal medicine residents for the SBAR simulation pilot program spearheaded by Erin Dougherty, RN, MSN, CPNP, and course instructor Kerry Fankhauser, MSN, RN. Situation Background Assessment Recommendation (SBAR) is a standardized communication method that was originally developed by the U.S. Navy in the late 1990s. The method promotes patient safety and encourages medical professionals to fully assess a situation before communicating with teams or superiors.

Ohio’s gubernatorial election is this November. Don’t miss out on your chance to select a candidate for governor and vote on other important issues and candidates where you live. According to the Ohio Secretary of State, you are qualified to register to vote in Ohio if you meet all the following requirements:

The College has updated the Student Dress Code, effective Fall Semester 2014. The two specific areas of the dress code that are revised are Student Attire in the College Areas/Hospital Campus and in the Dress Code–Clinical Setting. Please note the bolded areas in the following information.

In addition to the MCCN clinical dress code, students at Fairfield Medical Center should continue to follow the specific campus dress code for that location. The revised Student Dress Code is published in the 2014-2015 MCCN Student Handbook.

MCCN students, faculty and staff are required to get flu shots before November 1. The College has set up two clinics in the Student Life Room (near the Rec Room) during which you can drop by and get one:

  • Monday September 29, 2014, from Noon-2:00 p.m.
  • Monday October 6, 2014, from Noon-2:00 p.m.

Get immunized to not only prevent yourself and fellow students, faculty or staff from getting sick, but also ensure the safety of patients.

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