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CNPD Research News: September 2023

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Please remember to submit research updates and accomplishments to the CNPD Research Office email at und.cnpd.research.office@und.edu. Announcements Welcome Back College of Nursing & Professional Disciplines Faculty, Students, and Staff from the CNPD Research Office! To keep everyone updated on the news about your research success, upcoming funding, or research opportunities, we plan to send a monthly […]

Sim labs train future doctors and nurses

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State-of-the-art simulation labs — some of them unique in the country — help UND health care students hone their skills A College of Nursing and Professional Disciplines student practices preparing a manikin arm for an IV in class. Photo by Walter Criswell/UND Today. Health care practices are evolving, as are the tools that health care […]

UND Nurse Anesthesia alum explores the political process at AANA Assembly

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Sarah Nell, DNP, APRN-CRNA Nurse Anesthesia Class of 2023, shares her perspective from the mid-year assembly. This spring, as a student registered nurse anesthetist, I was fortunate to attend the American Association of Nurse Anesthesiologists’ Mid-Year Assembly 2023. This conference is intentionally set in a place where the conversation is never ending and activism can […]

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UND-based Financial Interdependence Project hosting colloquium Sept. 22-24

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GRAND FORKS, N.D.— The Financial Interdependence Project, located at the University of North Dakota and supported by the College of Nursing & Professional Disciplines, is hosting a colloquium at UND’s Memorial Union. The event brings together an interdisciplinary group of scholars, practitioners and funders from across the nation to UND to discuss fostering financial capability and prosperity […]

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UND SMHS & CNPD celebrate Healthcare Simulation Week

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The medical simulation teams at the UND School of Medicine & Health Sciences (SMHS) and College of Nursing & Professional Disciplines (CNPD) are celebrating Simulation in Healthcare Week 2023 with a series of events Sept. 18-22, including open houses for both programs’ medical simulation facilities on the UND campus. The largest and most active center […]

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A summit with substance

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Actors portraying patients with addiction disorders bring intensity, realism to College of Nursing & Professional Disciplines training summit The simulations featured real actors playing patients with substance use disorders. This actress plays a patient, Lyla, as a visiting nurse observes the scenario. Photo by Walter Criswell/UND Today. Lyla walks into the emergency room on a […]

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UND Social Work programs receive reaccreditation

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Two UND Social Work programs have received reaccreditation, allowing for the program and its students and graduates to thrive into the next decade. The Bachelor of Science in Social Work (BSSW) and the Master of Social Work (MSW) recently received reaccreditation from the Council on Social Work Education (CSWE). The CSWE works to ensure that accredited programs provide the requisite quality […]

Alumni Q&A | Tammy Hoganson ’05

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Tammy Hoganson, CRNA, a 2005 graduate of the University of North Dakota’s Nurse Anesthesia Program, has been a nurse for 32 years. Tammy Hoganson has been a CRNA since 2005 and took over as the Director of Anesthesia Services at Sanford-Fargo in 2021, where she currently manages over 90+ CRNAs. Her department has 50+ operating […]

American Academy of Nursing inducts Dr. Kevin Buettner

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UND’s very own Dr. Kevin Buettner, PhD, CRNA, FAANA was recently inducted into the 2023 Class of New Fellows by the American Academy of Nursing. The 2023 Class of Fellows represents nursing’s positive impact through representation in various roles and settings, from governmental positions to executive and entrepreneurial leadership in practice, non-profits, and academia. Through […]

AANA Annual Congress

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  Ashley Souders ‘24, UND Nurse Anesthesia student, shares her experience attending Nurse Anesthesia’s largest event. Attending the Annual Congress in Seattle, Washington, was an enriching and wonderful experience. The event gathered CRNAs from all over the country, creating a vibrant atmosphere of intellectual energy and advocacy opportunities. I attended many lectures and workshops, such […]