On Valentines Day we are doing a Fundraiser to sell flowers and candy. We will have a table set up in the rotunda hall. Please sign up to help sell or come to SNA meeting on 2/8 to help make posters. There will also be a group of students needing to help set things up on Monday. We would love all the help we can get.
January 27, 2017
In the Charles Hunter Conference room
From 9am -3pm
Donations are done through appointment only.
Contact Jake Gibbs (435) 590-7375
Tomorrow 10/8/15 the nursing program will be hosting a blood drive! If you want to donate we are taking walk ins. The blood drive will take place in the Cedar Breaks room of the Sharwan Smith center on SUU's campus. It will be going from 8:30 am to 1:30 pm.
We hope to see you there!
Congratulations, you made it another semester! Congratulations to those graduating and good luck to those still working their way through! There is light at the end of the tunnel. Enjoy the break and read ahead!
We are all back and ready to work (or get started working for our Level 1s). SUUSNA is giving everyone an opportunity to orient the first week, then it is back to planning and fun for us, as well. For those of us that are new to the program, it will all seem overwhelming for the present. For those returning, there is light at the end of the tunnel.
Our first meeting will be next week Wed Sept 3rd. at 1100. We will be doing a brief introduction to the program (you all paid to be in at registration, why not come and see where your money went?), holding elections, and getting ready for our first volunteer activity - Homecoming Parade in both Parowan and Paint The Town Red!
If you would like to be on the float/walk committee, feel free to contact SUUSNA Pres Jazmyn Williams now - email@example.com
If you had an interesting experience and would like to share it in the form of a tip to other students, I would love to hear your suggestions for our "Tips" tab. Please e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org
We will also be looking for an awesome webmaster to take over for me to keep the home-fires burning!
There is now just 4 weeks left until the start of school and I hope you have had a fun and interesting Summer!
If you haven't been studying ahead, I hope you have your books ordered and at least skimming through (especially our new recruits, welcome to the Program!) Most of us know where to find updated information about the Nursing Program, but if you don't have the link, here it is: http://suu.edu/cose/nursing/current.html
I'm thinking of putting up a "tips and tricks" for surviving Nursing School, so if anyone has any ideas that they would like to forward, please feel free to do so: email@example.com
Level 1 - 3, see you at 0900 on Monday the 25th of August; Level 4 - See you earlier at 0800!
Tuesday June 10; 2 time periods 1115-1225 and 1310-1420, SCA Lab
SUU hosts a Health Career Exploration Camp, sponsored by Regional Utah Center for Rural Health. High School students ‘camp’ in the dorms and attend various hands-on workshops. You are volunteering to facilitate with Nursing Activities/Workshop, this year there are 2 time periods, 16 students per group, see times above.
Plan: brief overview of resources and nursing process, Hand Hygiene/gloves & GLOGERM; then break into small teams, students rotate to ~3 activity stations (5-6 total possible)
Station Instructions include:
Assessment Data (Is it normal/abnormal?)
Critical thinking ? [KEY & possible answers on back of instructions…..]
Student Nurse Role: volunteer to lead a station activity: allow ‘camper’ to explore ask questions- step- in as needed to help with safe and best practice
For 4th Levels: Prof. K. Tipton has agreed this meets criteria for teaching/mentor assignment hours in N4550/N4555Leadership Course, Fall 2014 [historically 10 hours needed total]
Today's Meeting - Special Guest Speaker
Subject Obamacare!!! Don't want to miss it!
Snacks - Yay!