DUC Lot Closing Tomorrow

DeSales is hosting two large events in the DUC on the morning & evening of December 1, 2018. The parking lot will be closed at 6 a.m. and will remain so until 6 p.m. The lot will remain congested until 9 p.m. Overflow parking will be sent to the front lot of Billera Hall as needed.

More than 150 attendees are registered for the morning event and more than 300 attendees are registered for the evening event.

Questions? Jeffrey.Breidinger@DeSales.edu

Last Call – Donations Needed! Holy Infancy Donation Drive

Cops N Kids of DeSales University will be collecting donations for the children of Holy Infancy Elementary School. It is important for them to understand the feeling of giving a gift rather than just receiving. Each child gets to pick an item to give as a gift to an important person in their life while receiving books and winter necessities for themselves. The items include—but are not limited to—accessories, mugs, ornaments, candles, home décor, picture frames, and so forth. All information is available through Engage.

Questions? tr8246@desales.edu

Reminder: DNP Student Josephine Imperatrice to Defend Scholarly Project

In partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Nursing Practice, the following student will defend her scholarly project:

Student:
Josephine Imperatrice, MSN, RN, CNL, CEN

SP Title:
What are the differences between nurses’ and physicians’ perceptions of family presence during resuscitation in the emergency department?

SP Committee (Names, credentials, role):
Chair – Jacqueline M. Ochsenreither, DNP, CRNP, PPCNP-BC, DeSales University Department of Nursing and Health
Reader – Karen Vadyak, DNP, RN, MBA, NEA-BC, DeSales University Department of Nursing and Health
Content Expert – Dorothy Jean Graham Hannah, DNP, Rn MPH: Maimonides Medical Center [Read more…]

Donations Needed! Holy Infancy Donation Drive

Cops N Kids of DeSales University will be collecting donations for the children of Holy Infancy Elementary School. It is important for them to understand the feeling of giving a gift rather than just receiving. Each child gets to pick an item to give as a gift to an important person in their life while receiving books and winter necessities for themselves. The items include—but are not limited to—accessories, mugs, ornaments, candles, home décor, picture frames, and so forth. All information is available through Engage.

Questions? tr8246@desales.edu

Tomorrow: DNP Student Josephine Imperatrice to Defend Scholarly Project

In partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Nursing Practice, the following student will defend her scholarly project:

Student:
Josephine Imperatrice, MSN, RN, CNL, CEN

SP Title:
What are the differences between nurses’ and physicians’ perceptions of family presence during resuscitation in the emergency department?

SP Committee (Names, credentials, role):
Chair – Jacqueline M. Ochsenreither, DNP, CRNP, PPCNP-BC, DeSales University Department of Nursing and Health
Reader – Karen Vadyak, DNP, RN, MBA, NEA-BC, DeSales University Department of Nursing and Health
Content Expert – Dorothy Jean Graham Hannah, DNP, Rn MPH: Maimonides Medical Center [Read more…]

DUC Lot Closing Tomorrow

DeSales is hosting a large event in the DUC on the morning of November 28, 2018. The parking lot will be closed at 7 a.m. and will remain so until 1 p.m. The lot will remain congested until 5 p.m. Overflow parking will be sent to the front lot of Billera Hall as needed.

More than 150 attendees are registered.

Questions? Jeffrey.Breidinger@DeSales.edu

Today: Get Your Flu Shot at DeSales

Flu shots will be available at DSU again this year.

Rite Aid of Hellertown will conduct Flu Shot Clinics on Friday, October 26 from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. in Gambet Center Room #149 (conference room on the first floor).

Those enrolled in Highmark Blue Shield through DeSales University will receive the shot at no charge, however, you must bring your insurance card along with you to receive the shot. Anyone not enrolled in the University sponsored health plan can still receive the shot by providing their insurance card, and Rite Aid will submit directly for payment. Those individuals may or may not incur costs. We have negotiated a special cash price of $32.00 for the Quad flu shots. [Read more…]