Get a Sneak Peek Inside the Latest Chamberlain Magazine
Curious to learn about how Chamberlain is breaking new ground through educational alliances, nursing innovation and public health projects? Learn about our unique alliance with Ochsner Health System, and more, inside the Fall 2018 edition of our university magazine, The Chamberlain. The digital version is now available at chamberlain.edu/magazine.
What’s Inside This Issue?
The New Chamberlain President: In this issue, you can read about this time of transformation for Chamberlain, as we say a fond farewell to president emeritus Susan Groenwald, PhD, RN, ANEF, FAAN, and welcome our new president, Karen Cox, PhD, RN, FACHE, FAAN.
Ochsner Health System Alliance: Find out more about our groundbreaking educational alliance with Ochsner Health System in Louisiana. This alliance further elevates the nursing profession and fosters career development for students and registered nurses. The new campus is expanding baccalaureate nursing education opportunities in New Orleans and addressing the current nursing shortage the city is facing.
Master of Public Health (MPH) Program: Plus, see how we continued to advance our MPH degree program by focusing on how different professions play a role in transforming the health of our larger society.Here are a few of the other stories featured in this issue of The Chamberlain:
- Lessons learned from Susan Groenwald PhD, RN, ANEF, FAAN, as she retires Chamberlain University and leaves a legacy of Chamberlain Care®.
- Reflections from three inspirational leaders who spoke at the Nurses Week Town Hall.
- Insights about community health and the skills needed for the public health profession from Master of Public Health degree program director Kia James, EdD, MPH, RN.
- Testimonies on using a military background to leverage nursing skills and values from Chamberlain University Indianapolis campus president Christopher Bell DNP, RN, EMT-P, and Atlanta campus BSN student Ivan Vasquez.
Read these stories and more in the digital version of the Chamberlain.
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