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Kansas City, Mo. (November 16, 2014) – Student Government has started a social club. Student Government is responsible for hosting social events at Saint Luke’s College of Health Sciences. Students can get involved in the club in various other ways. They can become curriculum representatives, sharing feedback on which textbooks are working and they can vote for faculty and students for the monthly Saint Award.

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Donate blood Monday, December 1, 2014 from 12-4 pm in the Skills Lab. 

Students Volunteer in Cold Conditions

A group of students volunteered in the cold temperatures at the Longview Half Marathon on Saturday morning, November 15. A portion of the proceeds will help Saint Luke’s Home Care & Hospice provide compassionate and high-quality services to patients and families in our community. Congratulations to the runners and volunteers.

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Local High School Students Work on Campus

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.

Congratulations to our new Honor Society inductees!

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.

Saint Luke’s College Nursing Students Prepare for Disaster

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.

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