Please mark your calendar and join us for the annual Interprofessional Research and Evidence-Based Practice Day, Wednesday, May 10, 2017. The day will begin at 6:30 a.m. with registration, breakfast and poster presentations; podium presentations will begin at 7 a.m. and continue through the morning, followed by College of Nursing sessions in the afternoon. Registration is required. To register for this event, please visit: www.eeds.com/live/586298.
MommyMile is looking for volunteers to greet participants, pass out water or food to walkers/runners, hand out metals, etc. for the 2017 MommyMile 5K race/walk. The event is scheduled for Sunday, May 7, 2017. Volunteer times vary. Click here for more information.
Mount Carmel College of Nursing (MCCN) welcomes Andrew J. Ginther, Mayor of Columbus, as speaker at the 2017 Mount Carmel College of Nursing Commencement, to be held Saturday, May 6, at noon at the Grove City Church of the Nazarene.
Students in clinical at Mount Carmel East are now required to park on the 4th floor of the Colleague Parking Garage (southeast corner of the property). Download pdf for more information.
On Wednesday, March 22, 63 MCCN faculty, staff and students attended Nurses Day at the Statehouse. The attendees included students in the NP program, students in the traditional BSN program, faculty and staff.
They started the day with Senator Kevin Bacon, Representative Jim Hughes (his daughter Kaela is now in SDAP), Representative Heather Bishoff and the legislative aide from Senator Stephanie Kunze’s office. After the legislators told us about themselves, we had a Q&A session.
On March 22, MCCN students, along with faculty members Erin Wilson, RN, BSN and Meghan Hixenbaugh, MSN, CPNP assisted with pre-testing for Soccer for Success at the Glenwood Recreation Center. The students recorded the height and weight of the participants. Jillian Brinkman, Recreation supervisor, was very appreciative of our students and stated, “We really appreciated them being so engaging with our soccer kids and everybody had a great time!”
Campus Ministry, with the leadership of Dr. Ellen O’Shaughnessy, is off to Washington, D.C., May 8 through May 13 for its 2017 Mission Trip. Students await an adventure of service, fun and prayer centered on the Gospel of Mark and the Psalms. They will meet Ohio Senators to represent issues concerning social justice. The Mission Trip, in its sixth year, is through the Downtowners Campus Ministry with funding from the Dominican Sisters of Peace and the Presbytery of Scioto Valley.