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Preparing for a Virtual Nursing Interview

By: Goldfarb School of Nursing

A nursing interview can be stressful at any point in time, but the unknowns that come with online interviews carry a slightly different set of challenges. While you should always prepare for a nursing interview, the preparation is a little different for a virtual interview, where you control the…

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New DNP Option to Create Leaders in Health Systems, Operational Excellence

By: Goldfarb School of Nursing

The Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) in Nursing Health Systems and Population Health Leadership concentration is the key to the future for BSN-prepared nurses looking to take on advanced roles across health care environments. The Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) in Nursing Health Systems and…

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Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg

By: Goldfarb School of Nursing

On Friday, Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg passed away from complications of metastatic pancreatic cancer. The second woman appointed to the Supreme Court, her dedication and courage spoke volumes. A tireless women's rights leader, we celebrate her life and legacy. On Friday, Justice Ruth Bader…

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How to Succeed in Online Nursing Classes

By: Goldfarb School of Nursing

Nursing school can be a stressful time in normal circumstances, both because of what’s happening in class and the world around you. These days, we understand that there are more challenges than ever before and students are looking for the secrets of how to succeed in nursing school as courses…

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Maxine Clark reimagines what the Delmar Divide could look like with her Delmar Divine project

By: Goldfarb School of Nursing

The $100 million mixed-use project will house both space and shared resources for nonprofits as well as 150 reasonably priced apartments

By Amanda Woytus

Goldfarb Student Featured in St. Louis Magazine

By: Goldfarb School of Nursing

Rebecca Schamel was in the preceptorship of her nursing program at Barnes-Jewish College Goldfarb School of Nursing when the pandemic hit. Rather than finish their preceptorships in the hospital, nursing students were given two options: work through case studies online or…

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Goldfarb Students Get Supplies, Diplomas Thanks to Impromptu Staff Assembly Lines

By: Goldfarb School of Nursing

One of the most prized possessions that new students receive at Barnes-Jewish College Goldfarb School of Nursing is their first stethoscope. It comes inside a “health assessment” tote bag with other items they will soon learn how to use. One of the most prized possessions that new students…

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It Takes All of Us

By: Goldfarb School of Nursing

I write to you with a heavy heart. I am sickened by the senseless and tragic death of George Floyd. The events of the last week are challenging and painful to watch and have also been a reminder of the pervasiveness of racism and intolerance many African Americans experience. To the Goldfarb…

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Goldfarb Nursing Students Help Combat COVID-19

By: Goldfarb School of Nursing

The following reflection was provided by Rebecca Schamel, a nursing student at Barnes-Jewish College Goldfarb School of Nursing. Schamel, along with other students, volunteered her time at one of BJC’s COVID-19 Collection Sites and wanted to share her personal experience. The following…

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Goldfarb Named Top Nursing School in Missouri

By: Goldfarb School of Nursing

Barnes-Jewish College Goldfarb School of Nursing is now ranked as the No. 1 nursing school in Missouri by the Nursing Schools Almanac. It also is ranked No. 50 out of 100 nursing schools in the United States Barnes-Jewish College Goldfarb School of Nursing is now ranked as the No. 1 nursing…

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