Online BSN Completion program
McAuley School of Nursing will offer an online BSN Completion program this September for registered nurses who have completed diploma or associate degree programs. The cohort model is a 28-month, part-time program. A 25 percent vendor discount is available for those eligible. For more information, please contact Jenny Duncil at email@example.com or 313-993-2455 or visit the web site at http://healthprofessions.udmercy.edu.
Bronson Healthcare Executive Milton McClurkan, Jr. speaks about quality
Milton "Mac" McClurkan, Jr., vice president and chief information officer of Bronson Healthcare Group, the only healthcare organization to receive the 2005 Baldrige National Quality Award, spoke about this prestigious award on March 23 to College of Health Professions students and faculty and area health professionals.
The Baldrige Award is given by the President of the United States to businesses – manufacturing and service, small and large – and to education and health care organizations that apply and are judged to be outstanding in seven areas: leadership; strategic planning; customer and market focus; measurement, analysis, and knowledge management; human resource focus; process management; and results.
There were six Baldrige recipients in 2005. Congress established the award program in 1987 to recognize U.S. organizations for their achievements in quality and performance and to raise awareness about the importance of quality and performance excellence as a competitive edge.
Chauna Dyan-Brooks, PA, has recently taken an advance position with the Surgeon General of the U.S. Medical Staff. She previously held a clinical position with the HIV Addiction Medicine Facility in Harlem working with underserved populations and assisting with several research publications. She also serves on the Ervin "Magic" Johnson HIV Task Force in New York City.
Christopher Stamecky, PA, '95, traveled to Cambodia as part of a team that taught more than 100 Cambodian students, doctors and nurses, credentialing about 80 of them upon successful completion of the BLS-CPR training course. The initiative was the first officially sanctioned, AHA-approved project for Cambodian participants.