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MSB Nursing Alumni Making a Difference in the World

In January 2008, Nathan Pineault decided to advance his education and start on the journey to becoming a professional nurse. Nathan graduated in December of 2011 with his Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree. Recently, Nathan was able to take a few moments to catch up on what he has been doing since then. Nathan
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MSB BSN Nursing Program Sigma Theta Tau International!

The Globe University/Minnesota School of Business Bachelor of Science in nursing program was included as a chapter school member of the Chi-at-Large Chapter of Sigma Theta Tau International Nursing Honor Society on Saturday, November 3, 2012 in a moving ceremony hosted by St. Olaf College. Chi-at-Large chapter schools are Bethel University, St. Catherine University, and The Minnesota Intercollegiate
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MSB Nursing Program Supports Outstanding Nurses

Minnesota School of Business baccalaureate Nursing Program was a proud sponsor of the Minneapolis/St. Paul Magazine 2012 Outstanding Nurses Awards event July 19. The college and nursing program applaud the 54 finalists and 20 winners of the awards for their contributions to the health of Minnesotans! Sponsorship of the event contributed to the well-deserved recognition of practicing
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Nursing leaders from two baccalaureate programs share perspectives regarding nursing education and practice in Brugge, Belgium.

Faye Uppman, Dean of the Bachelor of Science in nursing program at Globe  University/Minnesota School of Business, visited the nursing program at Katholieke Hogeschool Brugge – Oostende in May 2012 and spent valuable time with nursing leaders of the baccalaureate program, pictured in the photos, discussing nursing education and nursing practice. The world of nursing
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Nurse, Nursing Assistant or Medical Assistant: How Are They Different?

Nurse, Nursing Assistant, or Medical Assistant? In the course of receiving health care an individual often receives care from many professionals. As a patient, it’s not always easy to know who your nurse is. The title of “nurse” has erroneously become a generic term, used to designate one who gives care. In this two-part blog
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