The Department of Nursing creates opportunities for intellectual and personal development through academic programs built on professional standards and cultural awareness. The Department fosters an environment of inquiry and use of best evidence in the preparation of graduates for leadership in nursing practice within an interprofessional health team to provide care in a pluralistic society. The Department serves as an intellectual center dedicated to nursing knowledge development and nursing science.
The Department of Nursing will provide professional programs of the highest level of quality and service and achieve recognition for its programs. The Department's graduates will distinguish themselves through service to nursing and to interprofessional health care for a diverse society. The Department will be a premier intellectual resource for nursing and health care in this region.
Sixth Annual Conference-The Region's Health and Human Care System: The Region's Health and Human Care System: Achieving Excellence and and Accountability, January 23, 2015.
Click on the links to view the presentation material for this conference:
Systems of Care Powerpoint (1,475kB)
Marrero-Saginaw PowerPoint Presentation (3,643kB)
We do not have anything scheduled for February at this time.
Dysrhythmia Interpretation, March 25-April 29, 2015
(classes are held every Wednesday for 6 weeks), 8:30-11:30 am at St. Mary's of Michigan, Health Education Center and Lecture Hall. The cost is $50 for particpating agencies and $100 for non-participating agencies.
University of MI Health System Professional Development & Education (OH-423, 03/01/16) is an approved provider of continuing nursing education by the Ohio Nurses Association (OBN-001-91), an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s commission on Accreditation.