INSIDE Binghamton University, Thursday, September 17, 2009
Mary Muscari, associate professor of nursing, was featured in Better Homes and Gardens, in a March article about adolescent spring breaks. The article tells of the trend for fewer wild spring breaks for teens and more that involve relaxation and sightseeing. The article points to good spring-break teen hot-spots and ways for parents to evaluate if their child is ready for an independent spring break.
INSIDE Binghamton University, Thursday, September 10, 2009
Pamela Stewart Fahs, professor and Decker Endowed Chair in Rural Health Nursing, was featured in USAgnet (Marshfield, WI) in a February story about the healthy heart challenges that women in rural areas are faced with. According to Fahs, women living in rural communities are among the last groups to stop smoking and may have a harder time accessing health care and messages about healthy habits than suburban or urban women.
The Eagles' View, Whitney Point Central School District Newsletter, End of Year/Graduation 2009
Hieu Le '09, a senior nursing student, spent time with Mrs. Kathy Price at the high school as part of his clinical experience. While here, Le took vital signs, assessments, administered medications, counseled and provided emotional support for our students. Decker School of Nursing sends their nursing students to various community settings regularly. Students get their clinical experiences while visiting local hospitals, nursing homes, psychiatric centers, homes of patients and schools.
In Brief, The Boome County DDSO Newlsetter (The Developmental Disabilities Service Office of Broome County), June 4, 2009
Binghamton University Nursing Student Interns Yvonne Waamba '09 and Katherine Hassfurter '09 presented "Medication Administration: How to Prevent Errors," on May 7, 2009, to Broome DDSO staff. Intern Kate Hassfurter had chosen Broome DDSO to complete her clinical experience which focused on leadership, administration, management, quality assurance, and improvement in nursing. She shadowed and experienced the many roles of the RNs at Broome Developmental Center and in the community.
"The program was well done, and we welcomed the students' recommendations," said nurse preceptor, Kathie Burns.
INSIDE Binghamton University, Thursday, March 12, 2009
Mary Muscari, parenting expert and associate professor in the Decker School of Nursing, was featured in a variety of publications regarding how to keep the magic of the holidays alive when kids no longer believe in Santa. Muscari suggests having children use their allowance to make a purchase for "Toys for Tots," play Santa for the family pets and bake cookies for the Salvation Army Santas.
INSIDE Binghamton University, Thursday, November 20, 2008
Mary Muscari associate professor in the Decker School of Nrusing, was interviewed by CIBU 94.5-The Bull (Ontario, Canada) on May 26. During the two-hour discussion, Muscari provided guidance on spotting the warning signs of, and how to help children manage, cyberbullying.
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