By Ed Moorhouse New state-of-the-art, innovative clinical simulation technology is bringing nursing students at Rutgers University–Camden to the cutting edge of nursing education. The students are being trained on 10 new “high fidelity” patient simulator manikins that breathe, have a pulse, and manifest symptoms as if they were real people. By working on the manikins […]
Forty-three incoming Rutgers–Camden students successfully completed the Educational Opportunity Fund (EOF) Summer Institute on campus.
By Ed Moorhouse Like many other students with disabilities, Amanda O’Keefe says one of her biggest challenges is that her disability is “hidden” from public view. “I have experienced many situations in which people have challenged my disability,” says O’Keefe, a second-year student at the Rutgers School of Law–Camden. “It’s important to understand that disabilities […]
This year, incoming Rutgers University–Camden students enrolled in any of the writing program’s gateway and developmental English composition courses will read David Quammen’s timely text Ebola: The Natural and Human History of a Deadly Virus.
By Ed Moorhouse It’s known as the golden hour — the time it takes to transport a patient suffering from a traumatic injury from the field to the hospital. It’s a matter of life or death. “Patients’ chances for survival are greatest if they receive care during that narrow window of time,” says Marian Nowak, […]