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Nursing Excellence Blog

A day in the life of an Accelerated student

It takes a lot of patience, discipline and exceptional time management skills to earn a nursing degree – in one year.

Nursing students volunteer in the community

Open Street events features several miles of traffic-free roads, with the goal of encouraging cyclists and pedestrians to be active as they explore a distinct neighborhood in the city.

RN to BSN graduate out in the field
If you get around the St. Louis area much, you might have noticed that we have some billboard and MetroLink advertising up and running. This is one of them:
A passion for public health in Honduras
One of our faculty, Dr. Patrick Ercole, was featured in the article “A Few Good Men at the College” in the summer 2011 issue of our Nursing Excellence magazine. Find out what’s been keeping him awake since he was 16 years old.
Research professor dedicated to helping fight HIV/AIDS in Africa
One of our professors, Dr. Kevin Mallinson, was featured in the article “A Few Good Men at the College” in the summer 2011 issue of our Nursing Excellence magazine. Find out more about his work in Africa.
International experiences inspire nursing student to help locally
One of our students, Mark Lamb, was featured in the article “A Few Good Men at the College” in the summer 2011 issue of our Nursing Excellence magazine. This is his story.
Treatment is just more than medications

Callie Ashlock was one of eight students who went to Cameroon for Goldfarb School of Nursing at Barnes-Jewish College’s first international immersion program. She shares with us what she’s learned.

Seeing the world from a different perspective
Julie Lewis-Lapin was one of eight students who went to Cameroon for Goldfarb School of Nursing at Barnes-Jewish College’s first international immersion program. She shares with us what she’s learned.
Living and practicing cultural competence in nursing
Christy Cooper was one of eight students who went to Cameroon for Goldfarb School of Nursing at Barnes-Jewish College’s first international immersion program. She shares with us what she’s learned.
Aiming for and inspiring excellence in patient care
Elizabeth Moulton was one of eight students who went to Cameroon for Goldfarb School of Nursing at Barnes-Jewish College’s first international immersion program. She shares with us what she’s learned.
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