Hands-On Preparation for Nurses
Graduate students in the Anderson University College of Health Professions School of Nursing immerse themselves into hands-on nursing assessment and treatment of warts and abrasions at the University Center in Greenville July 16.
The graduate nursing students receive hands-on training covering a variety of situations encountered with patients. According to Dr. Jaclyn Gaulden, who serves as chair of the graduate program, the students are all practicing registered nurses (RN), who for their graduate program are required to complete an intensive each semester. For details about graduate nursing programs, contact the College of Health Professions.