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Wednesday Word: The Wait

Jan. 05, 2023 By: Goldfarb School of Nursing

Waiting isn’t easy. It can often be difficult to find patience for something so greatly anticipated–and so it is with the 2020 presidential election. Many waited most of the night or woke this morning, eager to know the “winner!” The evening progressed, the night returned and sun arose–votes…

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WEDNESDAY WORD: Tips for Student Success

Mar. 10, 2022 By: Goldfarb School of Nursing

"As someone who worked full time through all three of my degrees (BA, MBA and Ph.D.) and has struggled with both physical and mental health issues during school, I'm passionate about student success," says Samantha Dean, Ph.D., registrar at Goldfarb School of Nursing at Barnes-Jewish College. …

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WEDNESDAY WORD: Accelerate to Excel

Mar. 03, 2022 By: Goldfarb School of Nursing

When your career choice is inspired by care, compassion and helping others, your desire to immediately begin making a difference is often a top priority. Goldfarb School of Nursing’s Accelerated Option gets you started in your nursing career faster. If you already have a bachelor’s degree or…

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WEDNESDAY: You're Made for This

Feb. 24, 2022 By: Goldfarb School of Nursing

You're Made for This. It's both a testament to you and a promise from us at Goldfarb School of Nursing.

You're a bold nurturer, a determined doer, and a fearless leader. So seize this moment to go wherever you dream. And Goldfarb will help you get there.

The pandemic has taught…

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WEDNESDAY WORD: More Males Are Thriving As Nurses

Feb. 17, 2022 By: Goldfarb School of Nursing

Goldfarb School of Nursing at Barnes-Jewish College is shining the light on a health opportunity for men — a career in nursing.

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), as of 2019 more than 12% of registered nurses in the U.S. are men. Men are entering the nursing…

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WEDNESDAY WORD: Trailblazers

Feb. 10, 2022 By: Goldfarb School of Nursing

Throughout history, numerous African Americans made significant, legendary contributions to nursing and health care. Today, more than 350,000 nurses in the United States are Black or African American—and the number continues to grow. Thanks to their dedication and talents, trailblazing Black…

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Feb. 03, 2022 By: Goldfarb School of Nursing

Prevent Heart Disease, Win Prizes

Women are masterful multi-taskers. Yet juggling family schedules, managing household details, supervising kids' schoolwork, and preparing for daily conference calls leave many women scarce time to prioritize their own health. And constant stress takes a…

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WEDNESDAY WORD: Beginning Again

Jan. 27, 2022 By: Goldfarb School of Nursing

As we wrap up January, how are you doing on your new year’s resolutions? If you’re not where you'd like to be, don’t feel bad. FranklinCovey, a time management firm, says one-third of people don't keep their resolutions past January.

The good news is you can begin again.


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Jan. 20, 2022 By: Goldfarb School of Nursing

"The time is always right to do what's right." This quote from Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. in an address at Cornell College in 1962 still rings true 60 years later.

Today's focus on diversity, equity and inclusion in health care, education and corporations across America are a result…

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Nov. 11, 2021 By: Goldfarb School of Nursing

In recognition of Veterans Day Nov. 11, Goldfarb wishes to honor and thank our military veterans for their service to our country. These veterans include some our faculty and staff, and former and current students.

GSON is proud to sponsor Veterans and Supporters Together, or VaST, our…