Clayton State’s School of Nursing is getting high praise for being a great option for aspiring nurses.
On Wednesday, Oct 4, Southern Grace Hospice and Palliative Care held a ceremony of gratitude for the Clayton State School of Nursing students and professors who provided medical relief to Hurricane Irma evacuees.
Students looking to study dental hygiene can find an affordable option at Clayton State. The University has been ranked no. 2 among the most affordable college for online dental hygiene degrees in 2017.
Melanie Poudevigne, Ph.D., FACSM, tenured professor and program director in health and fitness management, was recognized for achieving Certified Consultant status of the Association for Applied Psychology (CC-AASP) at the annual conference in Indianapolis this month.
May 2015 saw two Clayton State University faculty, eight RN-BSN nursing students, and a physician with a specialty in radiology, travel to the island of La Gonave, Haiti, for the School of Nursing’s annual Haiti Study Abroad program.
A May 2014 graduate of the Clayton State University Master of Science in Nursing program, Colleen Walters is now a faculty member in the Clayton State School of Nursing, and is currently serving her second “tour” as part of the College of Health’s study abroad program in Guadalajara, Mexico.
HB1 was perhaps the hottest topic under debate during this year’s legislative session. However, even though Governor Nathan Deal is signing HB1 into law today, questions still remain about the medical uses of cannabis oil.
The Georgia Nursing Leadership Coalition (GNLC) will hold its Leadership Institute, “Widening Your Leadership Lens: Preparing for the Board,” at Clayton State University in the Harry S. Downs Center on Monday, May 11.
The College of Health and School of Nursing at Clayton State University will once again be welcoming colleagues and friends from Daejeon Health Sciences University of Daejeon, South Korea.
For the 11th consecutive year, the School of Nursing (SoN) at Clayton State University has received grant money from the Board of Regents (BOR) of the University System of Georgia.