5 recent nursing graduates and myself travelled to Subirana, Honduras for a week long mission trip with United Methodist Volunteers in Mission.
On Thursday, November 14, MGA’s School of Health and Natural Sciences presented the Poverty Simulation, a group exercise in which participants live out a simulation of one month of life for a low-income family.
MGA Health Clinic & the Houston County Health Department present:
Fall Flu Vaccine Drive on September 17th from 10 AM to 2 PM on the Warner Robins Campus.
Middle Georgia State University’s Department of Nursing announces that it will host a site visit for continuing accreditation of its baccalaureate and associate nursing programs by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN).
A proposal to launch a new graduate program at Middle Georgia State University (MGA) was approved by the Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia at its April meeting. The new degree, a Master of Science in Occupational Therapy (MSOT), is a bridge program designed to help currently-licensed occupational therapy assistants advance their careers.
At retirement, Beth Brown leaves a legacy of hundreds of graduates and a stronger respiratory therapy profession. If not for Beth Brown, Middle Georgia State University’s respiratory therapy degree might not exist today.
Over Spring Break, Dr. Lacey Wallace and two nursing students, Callie Wilson and Walden Brown, traveled to Subirana Honduras on a mission trip with the United Methodist Volunteers in Mission. The group were able to visit a local clinic for a day, and assisted with triaging the patients, doing assessments and providing education to young women.
The photo shows the fall 2018 MGSANS president, Hunter Stringer, accepting the award from the Georgia Association of Nursing Students state officer, Morgan Wade.
The Middle Georgia State University School of Health Sciences, along with the Better Business Bureau of Central Georgia, hosted its 15th annual Senior Expo on Thursday, June 28, at the Macon Centreplex.
This message is to inform that Dr. Melissa Jordan, Assistant Professor in the School of Health Sciences, Department of Health Care Administration, has published a book chapter titled “A Methodological Consideration and Methodological Design Suitable to Examine Teenage Pregnancy,” in the upcoming textbook “Socio-Cultural Influences on Teenage Pregnancy and Contemporary Prevention Measures.” To be published July 1, 2018, through IGI Global.