Nursing students respond to national disaster.
In classroom and hallway discussions, students applied concepts from acute and emergency care courses, legal-ethical; emergency preparedness; and epidemiology to the national news. One-half of the Great Falls seniors, in their final semester of courses, responded to the disasters by participating in disaster training with the American Red Cross. At a time of their lives when they are focused on school and graduation, they made the commitment to be prepared for local and national disaster response.
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|Date:||Oct 1, 2005|
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