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.
Students from SPC’s Student Nurses’ Association networked and learned new things at the National Student Nurse Association’s annual convention.
An 89-year-old man contacted college staff to praise an SPC nursing student who took the time to make sure he arrived safely area hospital.
Every student within St. Petersburg College’s College of Nursing has a unique story, perspective and personal goal. Many share their hopes and allow their professors to contribute to applications to graduate programs. One of our biggest thrills has always been sharing in the celebration as their professional dreams continue to come true through further education. … Continue reading Nursing Program Graduate Shares Thanks
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.
A group of six St. Petersburg College nursing students recently developed a health fair with Feeding America Tampa Bay to spread the word about the problem of “food insecurity.”
Internal Education Week kicked off Monday, November 13th at the Caruth Health Education Center. Level 1 Nursing Students from Mrs. Anne Morris Class shared their “Culture in Healthcare” poster boards.
St. Petersburg College of Nursing faculty, students, and Student Nurses Association officers participated in Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk and 5K on Oct. 14 in Vinoy Park, St. Petersburg.
St. Petersburg College Nursing Faculty Member Jeanne Siegel was recently honored by her alma mater for her work to prevent child deaths in hot cars.