The Chamberlain University Alumni Association recognizes the importance of healthcare professionals staying current with the latest healthcare news and trends. Being informed and engaged within the field is critical in this ever-changing, evolving industry. In this section you will find articles that are relevant for nurses, public health professionals, health educators, social workers and more.
As behavioral health and social work evolve, educating students in the delivery of telebehavioral healthcare with knowledge of the evidence base and adherence to ethical standards is the mission of many new initiatives.
Nurses can sometimes have a difficult time communicating with doctors, patients and even other nurses. Here are some tips to help nurses improve communication in some of their most challenging professional relationships.
More than four in five Americans (84%) again rate the honesty and ethical standards of nurses as "very high" or "high," earning them the top spot among a diverse list of professions for the 17th consecutive year.
Register now* to start Chamberlain’s Master of Public Health (MPH) degree program for the May 2020 session and receive additional tuition savings. The Pioneer Grant provides eligible students with a 30% savings in tuition pricing, up to $6,930, on MPH coursework at Chamberlain University for the duration of their enrollment.
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Chamberlain University announced that it has graduated 33 nurses in the Seychelles from a first-of-its-kind partnership with the National Institute of Health and Social Studies (NIHSS) and the Ministry of Health, Seychelles. The nurses received full scholarships from their country to attend Chamberlain University College of Nursing.