Posts tagged ‘Nursing’

Dr. Marshall Cited in Philadelphia Inquirer Story

Dr. Colleen Marshall, chair and associate professor of nursing, was quoted throughout a recent Philadelphia Inquirer story, “Why the nursing shortage isn’t going away anytime soon.” In the article, which originally published on The 19th, notes that “The country will need more than 203,000 new registered nurses through 2026…” Dr. Marshall discussed several reasons behind the shortage, include the effect of travel nurses.

Dr. Frank Co-Authors National Nursing Article

Dr. Eva Frank, assistant professor of athletic training, co-authored, “Health Care Professional Students’ Perceptions of Teamwork and Roles after an Interprofessional Critical Care Simulation.” The article was published by Dimensions of Critical Care Nursing. Dr. Frank and her colleagues learned that all health care providers should know about the role and responsibilities of all other healthcare providers, not only of those who directly work together. 

Dr. Jonna-Lynn Knauer Mandelbaum’s Book Included on United Methodist Women’s Reading Program for 2018

Dr. Jonna-Lynn Knauer Mandelbaum ’69, nursing, was recently honored by being included on the United Methodist Women’s (UMW) Reading Program for 2018. Dr. Mandelbaum, who started The Almond Tree Scholarship at LVC last year, has authored several books, including Unspoken Farewell (Dog Ear Publishing, 2008), which made this year’s UMW prestigious list.