May 1, 2007
Shortness of breath. Rashes. Facial swelling. Fatigue. Itching. Hypotension. Dizziness. Confusion. Any one of these symptoms, and dozens of others, could be caused by an adverse drug event (ADE). New research says 700,000 patients come to EDs each year because of ADEs, and this number is expected to increase because of more older patients, more…
December 21, 2006
Melissa Bogle doesn’t think of herself as a pioneer, but that’s exactly what she is. Bogle is the first student to successfully complete Vanderbilt University School of Nursing’s new dual Family Nurse Practitioner/Acute Care Nurse Practitioner Program with a focus in Emergency Care, the first such program of its kind in the nation. “In the…
November 17, 2006
A Vanderbilt University Medical Center (VUMC) LifeFlight helicopter touched down at Arnold Engineering Development Center‘s (AEDC) airfield recently as part of a training effort to conduct airborne emergency evacuation familiarization training. A group of AEDC‘s firefighters were on hand to meet the helicopter‘s crew, a pilot and two registered flight nurses. Michael Gooch, Vanderbilt LifeFlight‘s…
August 11, 2006
More than 200 Vanderbilt University School of Nursing students received their professional pins of Nursing at a ceremony on Sunday. VUSN Dean Colleen Conway-Welch, Ph.D., welcomed a crowd of more than 1,600 family members and supporters to the ceremony, held at Belmont’s Curb Center due to construction at Langford Auditorium.
June 2, 2006
Vanderbilt University School of Nursing recently hosted its 2006 Faculty Awards ceremony. In doing so, Dean Colleen Conway-Welch, Ph.D., reflected on the collaboration, commitment and excellence that makes VUSN one of the top nursing schools in the country. “The strength of our institution can be told in the talent and dedication of our faculty and…
The Last Word with Team Excel at the Vanderbilt School of Nursing
March 27, 2006
Determined to remain physically fit despite their busy schedules, a group at the School of Nursing (l-r: Crickett Harmer, Lee Ann Ruderer, Jacque Holling, Peggy Cameron, Carolyn Arakelian and Roberta Bradley) has found a way to make exercise a regular – and meaningful – part of their daily lives.