Nursing@Georgetown Blog


Student Spotlight: Nicole Domanski

New Jersey resident Nicole Domanski (G’13) earned her BSN degree in 2008 and has been in the nursing field for four years. She is currently enrolled part time in the …

The ‘Three Ps’ of the Nurse Educator Program

All Nursing@Georgetown students are required to take core courses covering advanced concepts in the “Three Ps” — Advanced Health Assessment (Physical,) Physiology and Pathophysiology, and Pharmacology. Together, they create a …

Take Advantage of the Faculty Loan Repayment Program

The Faculty Loan Repayment Program (FLRP) of the federal Health Resources and Services Administration is designed to help health professionals from disadvantaged backgrounds repay their student loan debt. The program, …

Teacher Appreciation Week, Nurses Week Highlight Important Work of Nurse Educators

The intersection of National Nurses Week and National Teacher Appreciation Week draws our attention to two professions that have an enormous impact on the quality of life of every American. …

Frequently Asked Question: How are clinical sites chosen?

This post was written by Nursing@Georgetown Clinical Placement Specialist Allison Hayden.
Clinical and practicum placements are an integral part of Nursing@Georgetown. Combined with each program’s rigorous curriculum, these hands-on experiences prepare …

Alumni Spotlight: Colleen Conway-Welch (NHS’65)

Colleen Conway-Welch (NHS’65) was named to the Modern Healthcare list of the Top 25 women in health care for 2009, and was honored in 2008 by a Tennessee General Assembly …