Tag Archives: Nursing

What is the Pinning Ceremony for Nursing Grads?

On a Friday in June, 25 students stood in front of their family, friends and instructors as they participated in the nursing pinning and candle lighting ceremony. This ceremony is a rite of passage for the bachelor of science in nursing degree as they exit the world of nursing education and into the role of a professional nurse.
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Using LinkedIn for Your Career in the Medical Industry

LinkedIn is a professional networking site that is worth the investment of your time and energy. If you plan on working in the medical industry as a medical assistant or in nursing, not only can LinkedIn provide you plenty for job leads, it can help you brand yourself and connect with other professionals. We’ll share
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Cord Blood Awareness Month

Did you know that a baby’s cord blood could save a life. Cord blood is the blood left in the placenta and umbilical cord after your baby is delivered and is rich in stem cells. Stem cells are immature cells from which blood cells and the immune system are formed. Every three minutes, someone is
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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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Coping with the Early Start of Spring Allergies

While you might enjoy the warmer weather, we certainly don’t welcome spring allergy symptoms. It’s only the start of March, and already spring allergies are on the rise. According to Weather.com, a few factors, including the mostly mild winter and the presence of El Niño, could mean that the 2016 spring allergy season will be bigger
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Nursing Students Present to Clinics & Campus

Nursing students in the Leadership and Management class at Minnesota School of Business-Richfield recently had clinical at various sites in the Twin Cities and Wisconsin. They had to work with their preceptor to determine a “problem” on their clinical unit, make a needed change by the end of their clinical rotation and then present these changes
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From Minnesota to Chimbote, Peru

Students earning their medical assistant degree  at Globe University-Woodbury and students enrolled in the nursing school at Minnesota School of Business-Richfield traveled to Chimbote, Peru, to volunteer their time with a nonprofit organization called Manos de la Caridad (Hands of Charity). They served the Chimbote community by hosting a free health clinic. The students also partnered with
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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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