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Health Sciences and Nursing Showcase





Jill Johnson

Director of Community Relations                                 

April 4, 2014




NPCC Health Sciences and Nursing Programs Showcase 2014


Health Sciences & Nursing ShowcaseThe NPCC Health Sciences and Nursing Programs will hold their annual showcase of programs on April 11 at 1:00 p.m., 1:30 p.m., and 2:00 p.m., in the Frederick M. Dierks Center for Nursing and Health Sciences, Room FD103. They will be demonstrating classes and activities for eight of their programs. These demonstrations are an opportunity for those in the community who are interested in Health Sciences or Nursing careers to take a look at what these careers involve. These showcase activities are open to the public and registration is not required.

The eight programs involved are Health Information Technology, Respiratory Therapy, Medical Lab Technology, Radiography, Pharmacy Tech, Nursing (RN and PN), and Paramedic/EMT.

“We are excited to offer our four Interdisciplinary Simulation and Showcase. It is our formal occasion where students from all disciplines come together to practice and grow in knowledge about each other. Our goal is to increase the ability of our students to collaborate as we provide health care for our patients,” said Linda Castaldi, NPCC Nursing Division Chairperson. Castaldi also noted that sharing space in the Frederick M. Dierks Center for Nursing and Health Sciences has provided a variety of opportunities for students to share learning activities.

Observers may choose three programs which will play simultaneously at staggered times, so they may have the opportunity to observe a minimum of one and maximum of three of the eight programs. This showcase is an excellent chance to access information about the programs and visit with students and program faculty. Applications are still available for selected programs.