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MUSC College of Nursing


Kathryn Van Ravenstein where is statement from the College of Nursing? Is this a course they offer?
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If you are seeking employment, please read the following: In search of a private duty, experienced care-giver for an elderly female in Charleston, SC. Room, board, and pay included. College tuition assistance available. Valid SC driver's license preferred. Professional references and background check required. Serious inquiries only. Contact Odell Cleveland 336-895-8995, [email protected]
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I would like to offer my help to the nurses in our area. It has come to my attention that the face masks requirements are starting to hurt people's ears and that a large 3D printing community has been working to help. I have a 3D printer and have been printing small braces to help relieve the stress from the ears. If you would allow it, I would like to post this opportunity to the professionals in our area. The parts are simple PLA and can be sanitized as any plastic is.
In Spring 2020, starting on January 9th, the Waring Historical Library will be hosting a topics course on the History of the Health Sciences (IP 732)! This course will introduce students to the history of health, disease, medicine, and MUSC through a series of topical lectures. The course is one credit course held once a week on Thursdays at noon. Students at any level in all colleges may enroll. There is no exam or term paper; grading will be pass/fail based on attendance at lectures. Lunch will be provided each week for all students. How to sign up: Apply online at From this site, choose “Applied Teamwork Competency Portfolio” and then “IP electives”. Once your application is received, the course facilitator and your academic program contact will review.
In Spring 2020, MUSC's Waring Historical Library will be hosting a topics course on the History of the Health Sciences (IP 732)! This course will introduce students to the history of health, disease, medicine, and MUSC through a series of topical lectures. The course is one credit course held once a week on Thursdays at noon. Students at any level in all colleges may enroll. There is no exam or term paper; grading will be pass/fail based on attendance at lectures. Lunch will be provided each week for all students. How to sign up: Apply online at From this site, choose “Applied Teamwork Competency Portfolio” and then “IP electives”. Once your application is received, the course facilitator and your academic program contact will review.
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ATTN NPs: The Interlochen Center for The Arts is still looking for NPs and Physicians to fill medical health team positions during their summer camp. The camp runs from June 18 thru August 5th. NPs & Physicians work for 2 out of the six weeks being on duty for 7 of those 14 days. Great opportunity for new NP's at a beautiful location. Contact me for the health coordinator contact info. Hope to see some of your faces there this summer.
Where do nursing students live? My daughter is planning to apply for the ABSN and we need all information about where to find her somewhere to live??
The Hollings Cancer Center (HCC) Fellowship Program is currently accepting applications for its Postdoctoral and Clinical Fellowship and Graduate Fellowship Programs. Awardees will begin July 1, 2019. For more information or to apply:

For more than 135 years, the MUSC College of Nursing has prepared nurses who care, cure, and improve the health of individuals, families and communities.

MUSC is the only academic health sciences center in South Carolina, and thus is on the cutting edge of health care practice, education and discovery. The College of Nursing has the only accelerated BSN program in the state and graduates more doctorally prepared nurses than any other institution in South Carolina.

Mission: The College of Nursing of the Medical University of South Carolina educates nurses in an interprofessional environment to change lives, and provides proactive leadership to improve health outcomes, eliminate health disparities and advance the nursing profession.

Operating as usual

Please join us on Microsoft Teams on Tuesday, November 24, 2020 at 5:30 learn how to take care of Muslim patients. As healthcare providers, we should all be accepting of others regardless of their faith and that means we must educate ourselves on ways we can promote diversity and inclusiveness within our workplace.

Click here for the link: Muslim Patient Care

As a sign of gratitude, we will also be giving away Amazon gift cards worth $25 each to 4 very lucky attendees, just in time for the holidays!

The Muslim Student Association is hosting the Muslim Patient Care presentation in collaboration with the Multicultural Student Advisory Board. Mrs. Ayaba Logan, the MSA faculty advisor, will be the speaker for this presentation. The event has been approved for Diversity and Inclusion credit so all MUSC members are invited to join us!

It can’t be said enough. We truly appreciate all our health care workers, especially in today’s covid world. Still, the Charleston Regional Business Journal just confirmed one thing we already knew. Dr. Cathy Durham, assistant dean for graduate practice programs, is a true Health Care Hero. The CRBJ recently named Dr. Durham a Health Care Professional honoree. Congratulations! 🎉 🎊

Click on the link to read more about other honorees and CRBJ’s 2020 Health Care Hero Awards.

Don’t forget to join us today for some exciting informational sessions!

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Birds of Prey Demonstration 

MUSC is pleased to host The Avian Conservation Center & The Center for Birds of Prey for a live demonstration on Wednesday, Nov. 18.

The Center’s education team will bring several birds to campus for flight demos. The team will also educate attendees about potential environmental risks, as well as conservation successes, for these animals.

The event will take place the at following times and locations:  
* 12:15 - 1:15 p.m. at the green space beside the Urban Farm 
* 2:00 - 2:45 p.m. at MUSC Shawn Jenkins Children’s Hospital’s 7th floor outdoor play area (SJCH staff, patients and families only.)

MUSC’s established social distancing and mask protocols will be observed during this event. The event will not occur, nor be rescheduled, in the event of inclement weather.

Please contact Jill Midgett at [email protected] with any questions. For more information about the Avian Conservation Center & The Center for Birds of Prey, visit

Interested in research focused nursing? Our online Ph.D. in nursing science program prepares graduates to pursue a career of scientific inquiry, scholarship, and professional leadership. Typical career goals of our graduates include university faculty, researchers, and clinical and organizational leaders. Come speak to current faculty and students to learn more about this program!

Are you an RN thinking about earning a BSN? Our fully online program offers part-time and full-time tracks helping to ensure success in your career and schoolwork. Find out why MUSC is the best choice to further your education at one of our information sessions! Swipe to see dates and times.

This Veterans Day, we want to honor all who served in our armed forces and recognize the importance of their military service, as well as the sacrifices made by active duty, Guard, Reserve troops, and their families. Here are a few of our heroes in the CON family who have donned an American military uniform. Thank you for your service!

Happy National #NPWeek to all current and future nurse practitioners! It’s been a difficult year so we salute you for your dedication, resilience and compassion you’ve shown your patients and the country.

Are you a current APRN looking to obtain expertise and gain a deeper understanding of palliative care? The Medical University of South Carolina is now offering the first Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) in Lifespan Palliative Care in the country. Join us at an information session on Nov. 18 or Dec. 3 to learn more!

Hanna Epstein, DNP’14, CPNP, a nurse practitioner in the pediatric palliative care unit at @musckids, received the prestigious 2020 Ilene Beal Courageous Provider Award that recognizes brave providers who demonstrate a willingness to collaborate with other pediatric specialists. This award honors a pediatric provider who gives exceptional family-centered care in circumstances of serious childhood illness while exemplifing compassion, empathy, and the ability to accompany families during difficult phases of the illness journey. 
“She overwhelmingly supports hope if there is any hope to be had,” said the mother of Harper Grace who was born with Edwards Syndrome, also known as Trisomy 18. Now almost four years old, Harper Grace has faced, and conquered, numerous medical challenges with the support of her family and her team of caring providers. Indeed, through Hanna, says Harper Grace’s mom, “we will see palliative care shift from being viewed as ONLY end of life care managed by a single specialist, and instead morph into a group effort. Where teams of multi-discipline specialists come together to work for a better, longer, and quality life for those born differently.”

Did you know that although we have “adult” in our title, AGNPs see patients from adolescents, throughout adulthood and extending through advanced age? This means that we typically see patients 12 years and older! This broad patient population affords AGNPs the opportunity for careers in many areas of medicine in which primary care is provided. We hope to see you at one of our information sessions to learn more about our DNP in AGNP program!

Join us Wednesday, 11/11, at 12:00 PM, for another great DOTS discussion on "Military Culture: Unraveling the Misconception". Join via Webex:

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Word is getting out about the exciting work that is being done at the College of Nursing to prepare our nurses and nurse practitioner students in palliative care. Along with her colleagues, Assistant Professor Carrie Cormack recently published an article in the October issue of Nurse Educator about the importance of primary palliative care education at the graduate level to prepare students to care for the increasing number of patients with serious illness and their families. MUSC saw an opportunity to change what's possible and opened the country's first DNP program specializing in palliative care. Go to to find our more.

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It's that time again! The DICE crew is excited to present another 'Dishin' with the Dean' question. Scroll through to read what's on Dean Weglicki's playlist these days.

Flu shots are now available on campus and at any of the 15 drive-in @muschealth Primary Care offices. I got mine last week and it took a whopping 90 secs. Easy peasy!

Flu shots are now available at any of the 15 drive-in @MUSCHealth Primary Care offices in the Charleston area. I got mine last week and it took a whopping 90 secs. Easy peasy!

CON graduate Dr. Cameo Green was recently honored with a Women in Business award by the publishers of Greenville Business Magazine, Columbia Business Monthly and Charleston Business Magazine. Cameo is a family nurse practitioner at the Regional Medical Center in Orangeburg and is on faculty at Claflin University and OC Tech. Cameo earned her DNP in 2015 and two MSN degrees in 2012 and 2015. Congratulations, Cameo! You make us proud!

Pick-up a hard copy of the October issue or follow this link to read Cameo's Q & A now.

Join us Wednesday, 10/14, at 12:00 PM, for another great DOTS discussion! “Coming Full Circle: As I Walk the Halls of CON” presented by Ms. Mary Brown, former president of Black Nurses Association CON alumni. Join via Webex:

Happy Friday!

Congratulations to Dr. Angela Stanley for receiving an MUSC Faculty Innovation Fellowship for the 2020-2021 academic year. Up to five faculty members are selected to bring innovations in teaching that advance MUSC towards its strategic goals.
The fellowship topic for this cohort is how to use advanced technology to improve teaching and learning. For the next year, Fellows will identify a mentor knowledgeable about deploying the selected technology in an academic setting, develop a detailed plan and budget, pilot and evaluate the plan, and prepare a final report.

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Hispanic Heritage Month Featured Speaker: Saul Flores of CAMPUSPEAK

“The Walk of the Immigrants”
October 1, 2020
via Zoom 6:00-7:00 PM EST

Saul’s work has been featured on National Public Radio, MSNBC, and TED. Please join us in celebrating the milestones achieved by Saul as he describes how in three months, he walked 5,328 miles through ten countries and nine border crossings to document how grueling and dangerous the journey of immigrants to the United States can be.
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We just received some awesome news! Our pediatric nurse practitioner graduates who took the 2019-20 board certification exam had a pass rate of 100%! Our students and graduates continue to make us proud! Woo hoo!

One of our Ph.D. students, Stephanie Neary, has been selected as a 2020-21 PA Research Fellow through the Physician Assistant Education Association (PAEA). Stephanie, an instructor in the Yale School of Medicine's PA program, will build on prior research to test the effects of a dedicated well-being curriculum on PA students' mental health and help-seeking behaviors. While Stephanie is only a few weeks into her doctoral journey, she's already hit the ground running! Congratulations!

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Happy National Voter Registration Day! DICE is passionate about using our voices for change. A huge part of that is exercising our right to vote. Check out the American Nurses Association website for their Nurses Vote 2020 initiative and nursing priorities.

Happy Friday! We’d like to introduce you to a new DICE series entitled “Dishin’ with the Dean”! Dean Linda Weglicki joined our College in 2018 and we have loved getting to know her! This series will highlight her background and the unique perspective she brings to our College. Swipe through to see some of her go-to recipes lately!

Team-Member D&I Spotlight:
Meet our fabulous CON Diversity Officer, Dr. Tina Lopez. Dr. Lopez is a champion at promoting diversity and inclusiveness within our College and across MUSC campus. She empowers others to celebrate their uniqueness and makes everyone she comes into contact with feel seen, heard, and valued. Gracias por todo lo que hacen, Dr. Lopez!

DICE recently developed and participated in a fun BINGO initiative within our college that focused on activities boosting awareness, education, and engagement regarding the many social issues we face daily. Have you completed any of these tasks? Comment and let us know!


What is Diversity and Inclusion Champions of Excellence (DICE)? The DICE group is an extension of the CON Diversity and Inclusion Council. The members serve at D&I allies for faculty and staff. We also carry out initiatives that foster an environment that promotes inclusion, respect, and a safe space. Some of the DICE initiatives include a college-wide potluck, social justice BINGO, cultural competency training, and creating the D&I program logo. We meet on the first Tuesday of the month from 12- 1 pm. The College of Nursing is committed to promoting equity, access and inclusion among students, faculty and staff.

At MUSC CON, we strive to promote diversity and inclusion in all of our tripartite missions – clinical care, research, and teaching. This week’s CON Facebook takeover will demonstrate how we are individually unique, and stronger together, brought to you by the Diversity and Inclusion Champions of Excellence (DICE). #MUSCCONStrongerTogether. How will you leave your print?

Day #2 of new faculty and staff introductions. Today we present…

Dr. Alexis Nagel who joins us as a research instructor and grant writer for the college. For nearly four years, Nagel worked as an assistant director of research for MUSC. Her proposal contributions have helped bring in more than $20M in grant revenue to the university.

Dr. Marcelaine Reneau, a new instructor and a recent graduate of our Ph.D. program, is a board-certified family nurse practitioner with more than 25 years of experience. Most recently, she specialized in chronic pain management at the U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs in Charleston.

Kelsi Schagunn is the most recent new hire. As an administrative coordinator, she will support the Office of Academics and undergraduate programs. Schagunn comes to us from American University in Maryland, where she served as the special assistant to the dean of arts and sciences. For the past two years, Schagunn has lived and worked in Spain, teaching English to elementary students.

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Over the summer, the College of Nursing added a few new members to its team. Today and tomorrow we’d like to introduce these new faces to you.
Dr. Christina Beall joined the college in August and will serve as interim lead faculty for the RN-BSN program. Beall is a certified family nurse practitioner who recently moved to Charleston from Utah, where she was the BSN program director at Westminster College in Salt Lake City.
Dr. John Bian joins the faculty as an associate professor and biostatistician. Bian is no stranger to MUSC. Before joining the college, he was an associate professor in the College of Medicine for nearly three years and in the College of Pharmacy for six years.
Kristin Laudenslager was hired in July as the curriculum coordinator, replacing Leslie Morris. Previously, Laudenslager was the career and internship navigator at Lockhaven University of Pennsylvania. She is an eLearning specialist with a master's degree in instructional design and educational technology.
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The demand for mental health professionals has always been high, but the need has only intensified with the coronavirus pandemic, isolation, economic turbulence, racism, and social unrest this country is currently experiencing. The new online post-master's Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurse Practitioner – Lifespan Certification aims to address this critical shortage.

The PMHNP certificate program will prepare qualified advanced practice nurses to sit for ANCC's PMHNP certification exam. Enrollment is now open. Classes begin in January 2021.

Recent graduates of the college’s ABSN program who took the national board exam for the first time earned a 98.73% pass rate. Congratulations! You make us proud!

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99 Jonathan Lucas St
Charleston, SC

General information

The College of Nursing, one of six colleges of the Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC), is responsible for the education, research, and practice of nurses in an interprofessional health sciences environment. The philosophy of the College of Nursing embodies the concepts of nursing, health, person, and environment, as well as nursing education, nursing research, and nursing practice. The faculty believes that the discipline of nursing is both an art and a science.

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