Some of our fantastic faculty (Dr. Susan McKee, Tara Maxa and Dr. Cody Bruce) at the National League of Nursing Education Summit this year! 👨⚕️ 👩⚕️ We hear it was tons of fun and super informative, and we can`t wait to go back next year! 👏 💉 #TAMUNursing #AggieNurse
On this beautiful Thanksgiving eve, we`re feeling the warm fuzzies for the amazing professors in our program 😍 They step up as mentors and cheerleaders for our students, and the passion they bring to their work is truly something to be admired. Thank you to each and every one of you 🙏 ❤️
Dr. Cody Bruce is the recipient of The DAISY Award for Extraordinary Nursing Faculty (full-time faculty). This honor was celebrated at our annual fall kick-off event. Had a class with Dr. Bruce? Share your love for this outstanding educator below!
Read more about Dr. Bruce`s nomination at link in bio 🔗.
In honor of National Nurse Practitioner Week, we want to spotlight one of our own MSN-Family Nurse Practitioner students... 👩⚕️
Meet Kimberly Coyle! Kimberly will graduate from our MSN-FNP program in May and can`t wait to start her professional journey as an NP ✨ 💼
💉 Why the NP program 💉 "Like most RNs, my passion stems from helping people, and after seven years of nursing I was eager for something more. Furthering my education would mean being better equipped to educate, teach, and care for patient. I want to make health care understandable and make good health attainable for people."
🏥 Her goal as an NP 🏥 "I want to help my patients gain more understanding and autonomy about what is happening with their bodies. So many individuals have a lack understanding about their own health, and I would love to make medical care easier to understand for my future patients."
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