SNAM is sponsoring Project DAWN (Deaths Avoided With Naloxone), a community-based overdose education and naloxone distribution program. Naloxone (Narcan) is a medication that can reverse an overdose caused by an opioid drug. Through this program, Project DAWN will provide Narcan kits free of charge to individuals who may be at risk or know someone at risk of experiencing an overdose. MCCN students, faculty and staff are invited to a Lunch and Learn on Monday, November 26, from noon to 1:30 p.m., to learn more.
Click here to read MCHS president, Ed Lamb’s message regarding the Catholic Church Crisis.
Enjoy pizza and learn about financial wellness with Fifth Third representative Donna McCray on Monday, November 26, from noon until 1:30 p.m. in the College Lounge. The workshop is FREE for all MCCN students, faculty and staff.
Interested in Habitat for Humanity over 2019 Spring Break? Information gathering meeting scheduled for November 5, 2018 at noon in Marian Hall Basement Rec. Room! Any questions, please reach out to Laura Lawrence, BSN, RN, student health nurse, at email@example.com
On Friday, October 5, MCCN students attended a celebration of leading and learning for students, faculty, nonprofit, government and business partners. The students presented posters to the attendees of the celebration.
Recently, students in the MCCN FNP graduate program participated in podium presentations of chosen case studies. Case studies included prevalence, pathophysiology, patient signs and symptoms, diagnosis, treatment and education. The Rounding Presentations gave students the opportunity to provide peer evaluation and feedback and followed a specific rubric.
MCCN students Cameron Duke, Zachary Marchiando, Alexandrea Snodgrass, Mya Biswa and her sister Mamata, Aaron James Peren and Khalid Abdi joined students and ministers of other colleges with Ellen O’Shaughnessy, DMin, director of MCCN Campus Ministry and Campus Minister for the Downtowners on a Holy Hike October 6 and 7, throughout the city of Columbus.