Staying engaged and challenged in the workplace is a top priority for alumna Susan Hirth, BSN, RN-BC, CPHQ. She spent the first few years of her career as a phlebotomist but then felt the urge for something more so she tried her hand as a medical assistant.
Being a teenage mom was tough. But it merely laid the groundwork for some of the biggest challenges thrown in the path of Jasmine Thibou, MSN, RN, an alumna of Chamberlain University.
Two Chicagoland nurses joined the healthcare field to provide compassionate caring but neither could have predicted how the pandemic would catapult them into a new role and provide a fresh perspective on patient care.
The coronavirus may have sparked a painful awareness of social etiquette and defining the seriousness of health symptoms but it has also instilled fear for sexual assault victims who are suffering true emergency situations and afraid to get help.
It may be one of the most intimate experiences in life but now moms-to-be must gaze at their newborns with a face mask before they are whisked away to check for respiratory infections. Welcome to labor and delivery during COVID-19. Three nurses from the St.
During the more than 16 years that she’s been in nursing, Megan Ledbetter has dealt with some seriously ill patients before—and she’s never gotten sick the way she did from novel coronavirus.
Compelled to relieve nurses on the front line, Chamberlain alumna Marcie Gest, BSN, RN, traveled from her Arizona home to New Jersey, leaving her husband to tend to their three young children.
As a University dedicated to supporting those who have a calling to Step Forward in healthcare, it comes as no surprise that Chamberlain colleagues jumped at the opportunity to demonstrate #CareForCaregivers on the front lines—many of whom are Chamberlain students and graduates—at a time
As the number of COVID-19 cases continues to climb in New York, Liz Douglas, an ICU Nurse Manager, works with COVID-19 patients 12 to 13 hours each day at NYU Langone Hospital in Brooklyn.