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Nursing Excellence Blog

Goldfarb School of Nursing installs three new leaders
Three nurses have recently been installed in endowed chairs at Goldfarb School of Nursing at Barnes-Jewish College
Retiree leaves legacy of successful nurses
In a venerable nursing and teaching career spanning 48 years, there’s little that Karen Bess hasn’t seen, sometimes more than once.
Advance your learning and develop as a leader
For more than 50 years, nurse practitioners have provided high quality, cost efficient patient care, establishing themselves as an integral component of the health care team. Their roles continue evolve in response to societal influences; in particular, expanded access to health care, provider shortages, the aging population and the trend of cost containment.
Think of Your Heart First: Understanding Heart Failure Symptoms
An estimated 5.1 million Americans have heart failure, a figure that is expected to increase 25 percent by 2030. Heart failure is a serious, chronic condition associated with frequent hospitalizations and a high rate of death.
Volunteering to Make a Difference

We are excited to have Stephen Kielbasa, a BSN student at Goldfarb School of Nursing, back as a guest blogger. In this blog he shares his experience, and the experiences of two other Goldfarb students, volunteering at a community event this spring.

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.

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