The Scope - School of Nursing - Cedarville University

Welcome to The Scope!

The Cedarville University School of Nursing would like to welcome you to our first issue of The Scope, our new e-newsletter that we hope will keep you up-to-date on all that God is doing through our School. You'll learn what's new in both our undergraduate and graduate nursing programs as well as see how God is using our students to make a difference in their communities for Jesus Christ. 
Please keep in touch with us and let us know how God is working through your life as you serve Him.

M.S.N. Program Is Meeting Market Demands

We recognize the significance of graduate education in nursing as it prepares nurses with the knowledge and skills to lead change in the current healthcare environment. The market demand for master’s degrees in nursing continues to grow and we have seen a steady growth in the Cedarville University M.S.N. program. We are grateful for the Lord’s provision to the School of Nursing and the M.S.N. program and seek to honor Him in all we do.

B.S.N. Program Experiences Record Enrollment

We have been blessed in many ways as we continue to educate students to use nursing as ministry for Christ. The greatest blessing is our amazing students! This fall we had record undergraduate student enrollment of 500.  With all these students are challenges, but more importantly they bring energy, passion, a desire to learn and serve, and future nurses impacting people in a variety of ways for the Kingdom.

Soles and Souls: School of Nursing Makes a Difference

Last fall, our School of Nursing students began partnering with a local ministry called Shoes for the Shoeless, an organization that provides shoes to kids who are in need. Our nursing students worked with the Springfield, Ohio public schools to identify children who would benefit from this ministry and then visited those schools to fit needy children with a new pair of shoes. This partnership has been a powerful reminder of how the Gospel compels Cedarville students to meet physical needs while sharing the hope they have found in Jesus.

Simulation Experiences Enhance Nursing Education

Alumni, do you remember when you were in nursing school? Simulation may have included role-playing, case studies, CD-ROM simulations, task-trainers, or simply starting IVs on one another and injecting oranges. Today, the use of simulation in schools of nursing and hospitals has grown to new heights. Advances in available simulators have created many opportunities for nursing students to learn and practice nursing skills in a realistic, safe environment.

Professor Savard Raises Awareness of Need for Clean Water Overseas

Professor Pete Savard used standup paddle boarding (SUP) to raise funds and awareness for clean water projects overseas through his Global Water Consortium (GWC). Savard and his team rode SUPs on the Susquehanna River, carrying the same water equipment that GWC uses for clean water projects in developing countries and demonstrating how this equipment can be easily transported to remote locations. He recently shared his experiences at the Wright State University Adventuree Summit Speaker Series.
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