Tour the Simulation Center for Excellence in Nursing Education on Nov. 15. Known as the SCENE, it offers a realistic hospital-type clinical setting where students can master clinical skills.
Ever thought about a career as a respiratory therapist? They serve as vital healthcare team members and are integral to an emergency response team. And the job market outlook is very bright.
Tour SPC’s Health Education Center, meet with program faculty and staff, and get more information about healthcare occupations – one of fastest growing career tracks in the country. RSVP today!
St. Petersburg College of Nursing student; Afton Moore helped celebrate Halloween fun during a special Trick- or- Treat Parade with the nurses and staff of E1 at St. Joseph’s Children Hospital of Tampa.
Nursing Level 4 students enjoyed an End of Program (EOP) celebration Luncheon sponsored by SGA on Monday, November 5th.
Nursing Faculty Members ;Theresa Castillo, Joanne Goot, Anne Morris, Kristina Patterson, and Angela Clem participated in the Making Strides of Pinellas. The American Cancer Society Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walks raise awareness and funds to save lives from breast cancer. Each event is a noncompetitive 3 to 5 mile walk that brings people together to make a … Continue reading Making Strides Against Breast Cancer
SPC’s recent event offered visitors resources for promoting mental health and challenged them to speak freely about mental illness.
Dr. Dani McVety, co-founder of Lap of Love Veterinary Hospice discussed mental fatigue among animal caregivers at a recent SPC lunch and learn event.
At the event you can speak to current students and graduates of the program, faculty, see student demonstrations, take a tour of the facility, and speak to an advisor to see how you can major in the field of veterinary nursing. You can even interact with our furry four-legged friends for adoption.
Introducing “HAL” a High-fidelity Patient Simulator. Unfortunately for HAL, his meth lab exploded and he needed emergency medical attention. Dr. Clem and Mrs. Castillo’s Level III nursing students were able to jump into action and care for HAL during this most unfortunate event. With the help of Mrs. Lisa Crumbley, Dr. Clem and Mrs. Castillo were able … Continue reading Introducing HAL