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Recruiters - Schools

Nicholas Ryburn, M.Ed

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Northwest Technical Institute’s Licensed Practical Nursing Program is committed to providing nursing education to serve the educational needs of the students wishing to enter a recognized health care profession.  LPN students are prepared for competency requirements for licensure by the Arkansas State Board of Nursing.  Graduates will communicate effectively within the health care environment, use critical thinking and knowledge to make decisions that promote optimum patient care, demonstrate behaviors that reflect professional practice, and apply knowledge, skills, and attitudes that promote safety and quality within patient care.  For more information, please visit the nursing page at http://www.nwti.edu/practical-nursing.html.

 

Nursing Notes

“In the volunteer role, each volunteer brings their own set of skills to the hospital. I think it was easier for me, because I had been familiar with several of the nurses on the unit where I volunteer. My advice to volunteers is to be yourself and relax into the very satisfying role helping others.”

 

Martha Chamness, RN, MNSC, CPHQ (retired) UAMS volunteer
 
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