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Rebeka Rivera 2014-15The College of Nursing will be well represented at the National level as two senior nursing students were elected to serve on the 2014-2015 

National Student Nurses Association Board of Directors.  Rebeka Rivera and Craig Reuscher, both rising seniors at Georgia Baptist College of Craig Reuscher 2014-15Nursing, were voted into office and installed at the 62nd NSNA Convention in Nashville.  Ms. Rivera will serve as secretary/treasurer, and Mr. Reuscher as director of the Southern Election Area. More than 3,000 students, speakers, faculty members, consultants and exhibitors participated in this year's Annual Convention at the Gaylord Opryland Resort and Convention Center. The convention featured leadership and career development activities, as well as opportunities to listen to renowned nursing leaders, hear about job opportunities and network with other students.


 

A MESSAGE FROM THE DEAN

Georgia Baptist College of Nursing is nationally recognized for educating superior nursing leaders who provide significant healthcare contributions across the world.  During this last century of educating nurses, we have accepted the challenges of educating undergraduate and graduate students who serve as leaders, practitioners, and scholars.  With the development of the Mercer Health Sciences Center, our nursing students are able to integrate learning opportunities with fellow students from pharmacy, medicine, and health professions.  Together, the health science colleges and programs are learning with and Dean Streitfrom one another to deliver comprehensive and cooperative health care, which can achieve the best patient outcomes.  Mercer University nursing students are well respected members of  healthcare and research teams.  We take great pride in fulfilling the mission of the College to promote excellence in scholarship, leadership, and clinical practice.   Read more

News & Events

Dr. Sheree Carter, May 2014 PhD program graduate, is the recipient of the first Rheumatology Nurses Society (RNS) Research Initiatives Award.  She was Dr. Sheree Carterpresented with this award at the 7th Annual RNS Conference held in Louisville, Kentucky.  Dr. Carter was noted for her distinguished contributions to research in rheumatology nursing, as well as her most recent dissertation work.   For more information about Dr. Carter and her work in Rheumatology, click here.

 

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