Nursing@Georgetown Blog


Georgetown Nursing Alumna Opens Clinic in Her Community

This year, Georgetown University nursing alumna Jody Stubler (G’14), MS, FNP-C, RN, opened HOPE Family Medical Center in Salt Lake City.
This clinic provides affordable health care services to those …

Becoming an FNP: A Guide for Nurses

Have you considered furthering your education? Becoming a certified Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP) can lead to greater professional autonomy. We’ve put together a guide to show you how...

Traditions Create Lasting Bonds for Future Nurse-Midwives

Connecting with Mothers, Babies. Nurse-Midwifery students at Georgetown University School of Nursing & Health Studies participate in meaningful traditions that allow them to mark their first birth and connect with the mothers and babies they serve...

First Graduating AG-ACNP Cohort Gives Back

When the first cohort of students from the online Adult Gerontology Acute Care Nurse Practitioner Program at Georgetown University School of Nursing & Health Studies graduated in the fall, they surprised program leadership and faculty with a gift that reflected the school’s commitment...

Ways to Think Green From the Day Your Baby is Born

There are familiar and obvious ways to think green — or be environmentally friendly — when raising a child. Parents have the option of making secondhand purchases or going with hand-me-downs for things such as toys, clothes, and furniture. For new items, familiarity is usually a...

 

Buying Scrubs Online

A good pair of scrubs can make a big difference in your day, but many nurses do not have the luxury of a nearby brick-and-mortar location that serves their uniform needs. Trying to find scrubs online is a potential alternative, but it can be difficult to know where to start the search.