The 2015 Fall application to the MSUM School of Nursing and Healthcare Leadership RN to BSN Program has been extended.
Please submit your applications by March 31st!
Some Fall classes that are available from SNHL:
The American Red Cross is a worldwide organization that offers neutral humanitarian care to the victims of war. They are not founded by the government and rely on donations of time, money, and blood to keep the organization going. In the U.S around 4 million people give blood to the Red Cross, which makes organization the largest supplier of blood and products in the country.
Over the years, the Red Cross has expanded their services. These services include:
To learn more about the services that Red Cross provides, visit; http://www.whathealth.com/organizations/a/americanredcross-us.html
Registration for summer and fall courses begin March 23rd
Make sure you meet with your advisor to figure out what classes you need to take and to get your access code!
SNHL classes are available: COMH, HSAD, NURS, MHA
To start looking at what classes to take:
All classes provided this summer will be listed
March 15th through the 21st is National Poison Prevention Week. The National Poison Prevention Council has taken the time to plan a variety of events throughout the week. These events are designed to educate the public on how to handle a case of accidental poisoning and provide tips on a variety of ways to prevent poisoning. There are many simple steps that can be taken to prevent accidental poisoning. Some of the easiest are to avoid mixing household cleaning products, keep dangerous items somewhere not easily accessible, label potentially harmful items, and to educate family and friends about the dangers of poisonous products. Programing the Poison Help Line (1-800-222-1222) into your phone, or keeping the number around the house can also be very helpful. In the event that you or someone you know comes into contact with a poisonous product immediately contact the Poison Help Line (1-800-222-1222) or call 911 and be prepared to share what the product was, how the person came into contact with the product (Ex. skin contact, ingestion, inhalation, etc.), how long ago contact took place, and your exact location. To learn more about poison prevention and to access a list of Poison Prevention Week events visit poisonprevention.org.
March 10th, 2015 is National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day!
Did you Know:
What can you do to raise awareness on March 10th?
NWGHAAD is an annual, nationwide observance that sheds some light on the impact of HIV/AIDS on women and girls. Every year on March 10th, federal, national, and community organizations come together to offer support and hope, reduce stigma, share information, and empower girls and women to learn the importance of the care, prevention, and treatment of HIV/AIDS.
To learn more about NWGHAAD and how you can help, visit: http://womenshealth.gov/nwghaad/index.html