Goldfarb School of Nursing at Barnes-Jewish College hosted a screening of the documentary, “Newtown,” which chronicles the aftermath of the mass shooting of 20 elementary school children and six educators in that Connecticut town on Dec. 14, 2012. After the screening panelists provided suggestions on how health care professionals and community constituents could work together to help reduce violence and improve the quality of life in St. Louis.
“As nurse graduates, you have chosen wisely with perfect timing,” said Tim Mislan, BSN, MS-NEC-BS, Missouri Baptist Medical Center vice president and chief nurse executive and a member of Goldfarb’s board of trustees.
Graduating nursing students have the opportunity to connect with each other and faculty, while connecting with alumni as they transition from nursing student to their nursing careers.
Goldfarb scholarship donors and recipients to celebrate the generosity that empowers nursing students to reach their potential at Goldfarb.
Steve Lipstein, BJC HealthCare president and chief executive officer, delivers keynote address to the graduates of the Summer term.
The 1966 and 1991 Jewish and Barnes School of Nursing graduation classes attending their 50th and 25th reunions with a day full of memories and fun.
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