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Nursing graduate students give research presentations

Misericordia University graduate nursing students presented their research papers at the graduate nursing synthesis seminar in the Banks Student Life Center’s Kennedy Lounge. The three-credit graduate synthesis course represents the culmination of graduate nursing students’ skills and knowledge. Students demonstrate their ability to integrate theory, research, and clinical or functional practice in a seminar format. The capstone scholarly project provides evidence of students’ synthesis of knowledge through written, oral and critical thinking skills. From left, first row: Valerie Bell, Bethany; Dana Draina, Mountain Top; Christa Baker, Benton; Mary Wilkinson, West Pittston. Second row: Annette Weiss; Jean Steelman, professor of nursing; Cynthia Mailloux, nursing department chair; Brenda Hage, director of graduate nursing programs; Cheryl Fuller, associate professor.

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