Students Volunteer at Ronald McDonald House

Students volunteered several hours of their time this past Saturday serving dinner at the Ronald McDonald House. This is one of many monthly volunteer events hosted by SLSNA. 

Barbara Meinke and Robert A. Kleist Endowed Chair announced

Saint Luke’s College President and Dean Dr. James A. Hauschildt has been named the Barbara Meinke and Robert A. Kleist Endowed Chair in Nursing.  This is the first endowed chair at Saint Luke’s College and was established by Barbara and Robert Kleist.

SLSNA IS A GREAT WAY TO GET INVOLVED

“The goal of SLSNA (Saint Luke’s College of Health Sciences Student Nursing Association) is to provide opportunities for the student to develop professionally as they transition into nurses,” shared Zachary Parish, SLSNA president. It’s a great way to network with other current and future nurses through the various activities and volunteer events SLSNA hosts. Zach explained that networking is huge for nurses in the healthcare industry, and SLSNA is there to help these connections develop.

ATI Live Review Wrap Up

Seniors spent the last three days at the ATI Live Review. ATI is hired to help prepare students for their NCLEX-RN Board Exam. It was an information-packed three days giving students the test-taking skills and knowledge they need to be successful on their exams. Good luck to all our Seniors.

 

 

Discovering the Areas of Nursing

Kansas City, Mo (November 28, 2014) Discover nursing  Club at Saint Luke’s College of Health Sciences is a club created for the purpose of providing nursing students with the opportunities to meet nurses in the community from different specialties. Through this club students are able to form peer relations with students who have similar career goals. Membership in the club is open to all students attending the college.

Top Five Things to Know About Ebola

Nurses are often are asked about current health care challenges. Specifically, people may ask you about Ebola. Questions may come from friends and family or from patients you see in outreach clinics or in other clinical learning experiences.

It's about connecting students with other students.

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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