You Can’t Outrun Your Fork stresses that if people make healthy decisions regarding food, they empower themselves to live healthy lives.
SPC’s College of Nursing partnered with the College of Health Sciences to provide a collaborative simulation training experience for students.
SPC faculty member Paul Serino has published a new book to help those interested in pursuing a career as an Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) or Paramedic.
Gina McCabe, an SPC Nursing instructor, jumped on the chance to be a helper when the Pinellas County Urban League called for volunteers.
SPC School of Nursing’s Class of 2020 became the first class in the 64 years of the program to graduate via Zoom conference.
The College of Nursing will host a site visit on Feb. 5 for continuing accreditation of its Associate of Science in Nursing program by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN).
This week I accomplished a lifelong goal of getting my first book published. I titled my book, “Not So Basic! Tips To Help You Through the EMT Course: A guide for preparation, strategy and success,” with the intention for it to be used as a reference book for anyone interested in enrolling in the EMT … Continue reading EMS Faculty Publishes first Book
Last month, students from SPC’s AS Dental Hygiene program had the chance to attend the Florida Dental Hygienists’ Association Symposium in Orlando.
St. Petersburg College’s Health Education Center held their second annual Break the Stigma event on Oct. 7 to educate future health care professionals.
The Spring Nursing Pinning Ceremony took place in May at Countryside Christian Church in Clearwater, Florida. The pinning ceremony is symbolic welcoming to newly graduated nurses into the nursing profession. The new nurses are presented with nursing pins and yellow rose by the level four faculty.