College conducts Masters in Nursing sessions
The Nursing Division of Wilmington College will conduct information
sessions this school year about its Graduate Nursing (MSN) programs.
One session will be held in New Castle on Wednesday, Feb. 16. Another
session will be held at the college's Georgetown site on the campus
of Delaware Tech on Wednesday, March 15.
The Georgetown Session will be in the William A. Carter Partnership
Center from 5:30-7 p.m.
Wilmington College's MSN programs offer Nurse Leadership and Nurse
Practitioner concentrations and Post-MSN Certificate options.
The Nurse Leadership concentration has an emphasis on either Executive
Practice or Nurse Educator.
The Nurse Practitioner concentrations include Family Nurse Practitioner,
Adult Nurse Practitioner and Women's Health Nurse Practitioner.
There are three Post-MSN Certificate options. They are Family Nurse
Practitioner, Educator and Executive Practice.
The MSN program is designed to prepare professional nurses for roles
in advanced practice.
The curriculum emphasizes the relationships among advanced nursing
practice, theory, and scholarly inquiry.
Nurses prepared at the graduate level have the opportunity to influence
health policy and to practice with a high level of autonomy in a variety
The program is accredited by the National league for Nursing Accrediting
Commission and is designed to meet the standards of the Commission
on Collegiate Nursing Education.
Anyone wishing to attend any of the sessions listed above is asked
to RSVP to one of the following numbers:
For New Castle campus sessions: Barbara Wilson, (302) 328-9407; For
Georgetown site sessions: Jim Hartzell, 856-5780.
"Are you trying to cope with the loss of a partner through death,
separation or divorce? Come to "The Beginning Experience," a coping
group that meets for nine consecutive Mondays, Feb. 7 through April
3, 7-9 p.m., at Delaware Tech, Georgetown. For more information call
Margaret at 629-4735 or David at 856-4999.
Support Group meeting
The Sussex Fibromyalgia Support Group will hold its monthly meeting
on Tuesday, Feb. 8, at 7 p.m. at Nanticoke Memorial Hospital in Classroom
The guest, Mabes Morrill from Lewes, will present a program on "the
Benefits of Yoga" to include group participation. Relatives and friends
are welcome. For more information, call Chris Bauer at 629-6611.
Allied healthcare workers can earn required continuing education credits
with self-paced, computer-based instruction modules approved by the
American Association of Respiratory Care.
The courses are available through the Prometric Testing Center at
Delaware Technical & Community College, Owens Campus.
They have been designed for use as both a competency evaluation and
a cross-training tool for all allied healthcare providers. For details