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Missouri Nurses Association Nurse Advocacy Day
Nurses not only impact health care by teaching future nurses and by caring for patients, but many are involved in shaping laws to enhance patient care and the nursing profession.
Student Focus: A Nurse First, an Airman Second
“I’m a people person,” explains recent Goldfarb School of Nursing grad Jeremy Nelson. “So I planned on going to school to be a teacher. I never thought I would become a nurse and certainly didn’t think I would join the Air Force.”
Homecoming 2012: Celebrating Community & Accomplishments
On Friday, September 21, students and alumni will gather at the College for the first ever Nursing Networking Social.  This is an opportunity for attendees to interact with nursing professionals in various fields who are there to provide insight into career paths of interest.
Outreach in Honduras
In June, through the Office of Nursing Research at Goldfarb School of Nursing, students and faculty members visited Honduras for two weeks.  The weeks were full of peer-to-peer teaching, working at a medical brigade and a little sightseeing.
Goldfarb Alum Going Primetime

Katie Duke, a 2004 graduate of Goldfarb School of Nursing at Barnes-Jewish College, will make her primetime television debut on ABC’s News Medical Documentary “NY Med” on July 10th, 2012.

Why consider an RN to BSN program?

One of the most pressing questions that RNs ask these days is this: “Should I go back to school for my BSN?”

How to be successful in an Accelerated nursing program
Here at Goldfarb School of Nursing at Barnes-Jewish College, we always field questions from prospective and incoming students on how to manage that workload, especially when they have young children.
Commemorating World AIDS Day

In 2008, we started a new tradition at Goldfarb School of Nursing at Barnes-Jewish College – commemorating World AIDS Day on December 1.

Community education program aims to reduce accident and injuries in children
According to the Centers for Disease Control, unintentional injury is the leading cause of death in children under the age of 14. These injuries occur at home and in the community – and they are predictable, preventable and controllable.
The art of moulage creates realism in any scenario
This past Wednesday, Goldfarb School of Nursing at Barnes-Jewish College worked closely with Barnes-Jewish Hospital to implement a simulated disaster drill. My colleague, Kelly Fleming, is a member of the hospital’s Disaster Preparedness Committee, and played a vital role in organizing the College’s participation.
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