Posts Tagged ‘Nursing’

Why Elementary Education?

Wednesday, March 21st, 2018

Elementary education has a lot of turn-offs for some people. These may include working with kids, a lack of patience, an absurdly low pay and lack of respect from society.


ICU Simulation Lab

Monday, June 5th, 2017

Last Thursday and Friday the 2nd year DPT students and the post bach nursing students worked in collaboration during an ICU simulation lab. Below are the objectives from the simulation lab: (more…)

Interprofessional Veterans Health Panel

Saturday, November 19th, 2016

Yesterday, as the winter storm was beginning to roll through Duluth, I was sitting in Somer’s Main Lounge on the main campus with 18 of my fellow PT classmates, about 40 nursing students, and a surplus of faculty and staff from the college as well as the previously mentioned programs. We were attending a Veterans panel put on by the faculty of the College of St. Scholastica and our Interprofessional Veteran’s Health class faculty.


Kate’s in Town

Saturday, July 9th, 2016

My dear friend Kate, whom I met through school at CSS, is up for a visit this weekend. She has been spending the summer in the cities, working in her nursing internship. I am proud of her for doing so, but we have missed having her here in Duluth. Yesterday, we went to our favorite spot in Duluth, The Snooty Fox Tea Shop. Marissa, Kate, and I chatted for hours before we left. After, we made dinner at mine and Marissa’s place before we wandered down to Canal Park for a while. We sat on the rocks that line the shore, chatting again, like old times. Tonight, we are heading down to Bayfront to see Trampled by Turtles, Hippo Campus, and a few other bands. It should be a blast; we all love live music.


135 hours ✔

Monday, April 4th, 2016

I have officially completed my Senior Capstone for Nursing! Although I’m excited to be done because it means I’m one step closer to graduating, I’m also sad to be leaving the unit. I’ve learned so much in the past 3 months and it couldn’t have been possible without the guidance of my preceptor, Brittani, and the rest of the health care team. ‘Thank you’ does not even come close to how grateful I feel for this wonderful experience.