NEWS AND EVENTS
November 6, 2013
Nurse managers creating effective patient care plans is critical in reducing hospitals readmissions. Recent research suggests increased hours of nursing care results in decreased readmissions, which most facilities agree is preventable. An online master’s degree in nursing may help nurses develop these plans, become a leader and improve care for their patients.
American Sentinel DNP Student and Montana State University Faculty Member Inducted into 2014 Class of Leadership MSU
November 4, 2013
Earning her online doctoral nursing degree was the final step American Sentinel DNP student Sheila Matye needed to take to further her career and enhance her passion. A seasoned nurse and educator, Sheila has become an ambassador for the future of nursing education – leading the next generation of nursing students.
October 30, 2013
Earning an online nursing degree may give you the knowledge on how to use evidence-based practice to prevent such events as patient falls. A recent study suggests that preventable errors – a patient suffering from a fall – contribute to the increase in hospital stays. Falls are a part of larger Congressional discussion on health care between nurses and hospitals over how to ensure a safer stay for hospitalized patients.
October 28, 2013
Ellen Harper, DNP, RN-BC, MBA, Alumna of American Sentinel’s online DNP Executive Leadership program, was recently named an American Academy of Nursing Fellow. Her clinical practice, focus on technology and informatics was key in establishing her evidence-based career as a leader in modern health care.
October 23, 2013
Choosing between online nursing degree programs is an important step in advancing your nursing career. Between meeting an employers requirements to staying updated with the ever changing health care industry, deciding which nursing program is a valuable decision. American Sentinel’s degree programs are attuned to the needs of nurses. This is part three of a three part series.