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School of Nursing pinning ceremonies celebrate achievement and entry into profession

August 7, 2019

Excellence and accomplishment were the focus of pinning and recognition ceremonies held by Vanderbilt University School of Nursing on Sunday, Aug. 4. The school recognized the successful completion of programs by 373 Master of Science in Nursing, Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) and Post-Master’s Certificate (PMC) students. The MSN graduates were awarded the VUSN school…

VUSN designated NLN Center of Excellence

August 7, 2019

The National League for Nursing has named Vanderbilt University School of Nursing an NLN Center of Excellence in recognition of its high standards of educational excellence and visionary leadership. The NLN is the nation’s foremost organization for nursing faculty and leaders in nursing education. Designation as a COE signifies that a nursing school has achieved…

VUSN PMC Alumna, Georgianna Coon, named hospitalist at Cabinet Peaks Medical Center (MT)

August 6, 2019

Cabinet Peaks Medical Center named hospitalist and VUSN PMC Alumna, Georgianna Coon, to the clinical staff. Coon received her Post Master’s Certificate with a track in acute care nurse practitioner in 2010. Photo courtesy: The Western News

Pinning Ceremonies Today

August 4, 2019

Vanderbilt University School of Nursing pinning ceremonies are today, August 4, in Langford Auditorium. Master of Science in Nursing graduates will receive the VUSN pin, Doctor of Nursing Practice graduates will receive pin guards to wear with their nursing pings and Post-Master’s Certificate graduates will receive certificates of completion. The first ceremony is at 11…

Red Sand Project

August 4, 2019

People passing by the School of Nursing on Friday, August 2, may have wondered why sidewalk cracks in front of the school and up and down 21st Ave. were filled with red sand. The red sand in cracks made up an interactive art installation created by School of Nursing students, faculty, staff and friends as they…

Q&A with VUSN DNP and MSN Alumna, Trish Baise, CEO of new Ballad Behavioral Services Division (TN)

August 2, 2019

VUSN DNP and MSN Nursing and Health Care Leadership Alumna, Trish Baise, was recently interviewed by the Kingsport TimesNews after she was named CEO of Ballad Health’s new Behavioral Health Services Division. They have an $85 million, 10-year plan to get its job done as part of the Certificate of Public Advantage with the state of…

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