Nursing@Georgetown Blog


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.

The Forensic Science Behind Bruise Healing [Infographic]

How quickly do bruises heal? Do human characteristics such as skin tone and gender play a role in the healing process? What other factors influence the color of bruises and how they change over time? In situations involving victims of violence, forensic health care professionals...

Online Nursing Students Participate in NHS Commencement

Alan I. Leshner (H’14), PhD, CEO of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, addressed students in the Class of 2014.

More than one hundred students from the online graduate nursing program participated in the Commencement ceremony of Georgetown...