This Week in Nursing News

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Working hard all week and didn’t get a chance to catch up on the news? Don’t worry we have you covered!  Here are three of the most interesting articles in the news this week:

Scrubs Camps give students opportunity to explore health care careers – In the coming months a number of events aimed at giving high school students a glimpse into the medical professions will be held throughout South Dakota.  Students will be exposed to a variety of professions within the medical field to discover if a career in medicine is for them.

?A happy ending’ after nurse assists struggling diner at Dewey Destin’s – While dining out at a local restaurant a nurse sprung into action when another patron had a heart attack.  With the help of a defibrillator and fast action the patron survived.

Retired Arizona nurse among 10 Americans chosen to receive national award – Frances Stout, a retired registered nurse and chairperson of the Tohono O’odham Nursing Care Authority (TONCA) in Sells, Ariz., to receive a Community Health Leaders Award.  Stout has used her 33 years of experience to establish nursing facility for elderly Native Americans.

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