The College was busy Wednesday with CAPS (Center for Advance Professional Studies) high school students getting a glimpse into the healthcare field. Students ran drills in the Simulation Lab and performed emergent cricothyrotomy procedures using pig tracheas and practiced basic suturing techniques in the skills labs. Thanks to Assistant Professor Shane Hagen, MSN, RN, for leading the program.
On Sunday, Oct. 5, 2014, four graduate nursing students and 34 senior nursing students were inducted into the Saint Luke’s College Nursing Honor Society — a chapter of Sigma Theta Tau International Nursing Honor Society.
Maryville, Mo. (Sept. 26-28) - From a distance, the town of Redden Village was mayhem with tornado victims crying for assistance. But quickly, first responders descended on the town assisting the injured. Get a little closer to the scene, and you realized you were witnessing the largest field training disaster exercise in Missouri’s history.
Kansas City, MO – Sept 13, 2014 was the Homecoming Reunion for Saint Luke’s College of Health Sciences at which the class of 1964 was honored for their 50-year anniversary.
Alumni came from all over the country to celebrate and many alumni from the classes of 1959 and 1954 attended to celebrate their 55th and 60th reunions.
These photos are nursing students on the 2013 trip to the Appalachian Mountains.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (August 5, 2014) – A group of students is preparing for a fall, medical mission trip to the Appalachian Mountains in Elkhorn, Kentucky with faculty sponsor Vicki Bennett, M.S.N., R.N.
Saint Luke’s College students go on two trips every year, a fall trip in the United States and a spring trip to Haiti.
(Keuka Park, NY) – Professor April Haberyan, Ph.D. and the new associate dean of graduate programs at St. Luke’s College recently lead Disaster Family Assistance Specialist Certification Training to 70 disaster responders at Keuka College, Keuka Park, NY.
A photographer/reporter from Channel 41 visited class interviewing students and the intructor and, of course, filming Sweetpea.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (July 12, 2014) - Animals are funny, intuitive and responsive. They love unconditionally and don’t talk back. These are a few of the many reasons Assistant Professor Sharon White-Lewis, M.S.N, R.N. decided to teach a summer elective course at Saint Luke’s College, “Animals in Healthcare.”