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2020 Virtual Pinning Ceremony
The Helen and Arthur E. Johnson Beth-El College of Nursing and Health Sciences Launches President’s and Dean’s List Honors for Students.
When people think of “simulation,” often times they think of virtual reality gaming or sci-fi Hollywood blockbusters.
No one likes to talk about dying. No one likes to talk about emergencies before they happen, either. No one wants to go to the hospital without family there in their most vulnerable time. No family member wants to get medical updates by phone or say goodbye via FaceTime.
I have been jotting down different ideas and topics to blog about since coming back from spring break. It seemed like things were happening so fast, and they still are.
For seven years, Gabriela Windey has been a registered nurse in the medical ICU at UCHealth University of Colorado Hospital in Aurora. She is also a Denver Broncos cheerleader, splitting her time between two very different worlds.
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Maia Austin is a senior studying exercise science and is a member of the University of Colorado Colorado Springs (UCCS) cross country and track & field collegiate teams.
Liza Louthan is a freshman studying Communications with a Minor in Music and is Women’s Soccer player at the University of Colorado Colorado Springs (UCCS).
The University of Colorado Colorado Springs (UCCS) is flexing considerable creative muscle to build a $61-million complex that integrates sports medicine and performance with academics.