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Conchita Franco Serri
Conchita Franco Serri has been appointed as the first University Ombuds
August Panama trip participants
This trip demonstrated how real patient-centered care can take place, even in a rural setting with limited resources
Chau Le was one of 20 nursing students from across the country...
Grant to provide funds for under-represented and economically disadvantaged students
MARC
State-of-the art lab designed to advance the study of human movement ...
The new Patient Care Pavilion has risen impressively since construction began in 2010
Marc Claydon spent a year deployed on a Navy frigate a half a world away.
Portions of Hawthorne Ave and Summit St will be closed during August and September
Dr. Tomás Magaña teaches young people the skills involved in treating patients.
Student Health and Counseling Center is undergoing a transformation.
QSEN award
The award is for "Commitment to Quality and Safety Education for Nurses"
panama medical mission
Limited equipment and supplies are often the reality
NCORE attendees
The conference focuses on creating and sustaining comprehensive institutional change
The statue was designed to reflect the ever-changing world of health care
The statue was designed to reflect the ever-changing world of health care
Robert Owen
Robert Owens recently won his cohort’s “Most Promising Student” award
Rhonda Ramirez at the Tokyo Medical Dental University
SMU Family Nurse Practitioner faculty members taught for a week in Japan
SMU students in Panama
During the three days of clinic, the group saw 547 clients
spring symposium presentation
Presentations inspired and energized SMU faculty
Interview Stream is a web-based interview training tool
DNP graduates
SMU sees its first class of DNP students graduate on the heels of National Nurses Week.
Hammer and Eisenhardt
The learning program has reached more than 300 SMU students
Dr. Rocco
Since last fall, SMU has hosted 10 forums at Allen Temple Baptist Church
BSN class, December 2013
The class voted to give their community-building funds
FACES for the Future students
Students spent an exciting day in the simulation center