When asked about why she joined the healthcare field, Jenna Blind, DNP, RN, Alumnus CCRN, who works as a manager for nursing quality in New York, said, “I knew I wanted to be in a field where I was giving back and changing lives.” A few years ago, she moved from clinical work to
As a three-year-old, Gulenia “GK” Rikabi, DNP, FNP-BC, a visiting professor with Chamberlain University, played with her pink ambulance, syringes and her stethoscope – offering visitors ‘injections’ to ensure they stayed healthy.
When Joy Whitlatch, EdD, MSN, RN, associate professor at Chamberlain University was five years old, her parents gave her a costume she would replicate throughout her career – a white uniform, cap, navy blue cape and a nurse’s bag.
Associate Dean of Faculty, Academic Affairs at Chamberlain University’s Miramar campus Mary Ann Garcia, DNP, MSN, RN, always dreamed of being a pharmacist.
Diane Morey, PhD, MSN, RN, NEA-BC, CNE, a Chamberlain University campus president in the West Region with a Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) degree, sure has come a long way from her childhood when she couldn’t stand the sight of blood to now when she can’t imagine life outside
When you lose a loved one, you lose your way. You crave to keep every memory of that person alive for as long as possible so you can retell and relive all the wonderful memories you shared.
“Someone out there is hungry.
A handful of years ago, colleague LeAnne Prenovost, DNP, MBA, CNE, RN, visiting professor for Chamberlain University’s Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) online programs, had suffered personal loss and felt disconnected from professional nursing.