The seniors had a thrilling and successful day at the flu shot clinic!
Associate Degree in Registered Nursing Program at Contra Costa College in San Pablo, CA, USA. Program Information
The Associate in Science curriculum in Nursing is four semesters, two years in length.
It requires prerequisites in science and general education. Upon successful completion of the course of study, the graduate is eligible to take the state licensure examination (NCLEX-RN), and having passed, earns the title of Registered Nurse and is qualified for an entry level position in health care facilities.
The seniors had a thrilling and successful day at the flu shot clinic!
Good luck seniors on your Simulation Competition! A record number of teams are competing!
Don't forget to bring a snack - no breaks while we have competitors sequestered!
Best of luck to the First Years on their first exam of their second semester!
Fantastic news for our instructors Cheri Etheredge and Fran Jacobs-Buster whose presentation "What Do Simulation and American Idol Have in Common" was accepted at the International Simulation Conference in Atlanta, Georgia.
We are so excited to show off how GREAT our students are!
Good luck to the nursing class of 2014 on their last final exam ever in nursing school! And good luck to the class of 2015 on their final exams. After today you will half way there, keep up the good work!
A reminder that anyone can help another person, think about being a donor to help save lives. Heartbreaking story we were asked to share in hopes of finding a match for this little boy.
Baylor Fredrickson needs a bone marrow transplant, but his mixed race is making it difficult for the family to find a match.
Contra Costa College's Class of 2014!! Future RN's. Congratulations everyone, you're almost there!
Photographer: Elvin Tablan, CCC Nursing Alumni
Each and everyone of us is already a nurse. We can do this!
Our simulation competition was a blast! It's amazing to realize how much growth we have made in 2 years and what we can do. Everyone is going to make great nurses.
Good luck to our second semester nursing students in their exams tomorrow!
CCC Nursing is in the news again! Motivating change is something our program strives to do. http://www.mercurynews.com/opinion/ci_25147759/mercury-news-editorial-community-colleges-should-be-allowed
Our faculty, especially Dr. Alemeida, and our students are working hard to make a bachelors degree possible at the community college level. Check out this article in the Contra Costa Times with quotes and a picture from our nursing program!!!
Congratulations to the recipients of the 2013 Deloras Jones Registered Nurse Scholarship, Mary Jett and Tia. You both make CCC Nursing very proud to have such wonderful students. This scholarship is possible thanks to Deloras Jones (middle photo) who is a retired Registered Nurse who has done many things for nurses especially at Kaiser Permanente and as well to Ms. Peggy (lower photo) who is responsible for the funding.
Very interesting and educational video suggested by one of our very best professors, Dr. Jones.
FRONTLINE investigates the rise of deadly drug-resistant bacteria.
About half of the first-year students at a post-first-semester-finals potluck celebratory holiday party. One fourth of the way there!
Something free and fun to do with your family over winter break!
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Good luck to the 1st year nursing students on your finals. After tomorrow you will be 1/4 of the way there!!! Time flies fast. Also, congrats to our 2nd year nursing students. You're almost there, only 1 more semester.
Our nursing program was well represented at the 65th Anniversary Showcase of Contra Costa Community College District. Many thanks to all the nursing students who helped out and attended.
Come join us at today's 65th anniversary showcase for Contra Costa Community College District from 1 to 4 pm.
Lets take a moment to relax and celebrate a great 1st and 3rd semester before we have finals. There will be a potluck lunch after Dr. Habib's lecture on December 13th in skills lab. Please come, bring a dish to share if you can, and enjoy the food. :)
Reminder to our 2nd year students. December 2nd @ 5 pm is the deadline to submit applications to Cal State East Bay's RN to BSN program. Complete both college's and nursing program's application. You can always decide later if you really want to go. http://www20.csueastbay.edu/csci/departments/nursing/adn-bsn/index.html
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Enjoy the Thanksgiving break! Just a little nursing school humor. What are your creative nursing school diagnoses?
The CCRMC Heart and Hands Volunteer Doula Program, is actively looking for volunteers to help support better birth outcomes for low income families. Are you interested in making a difference in your community? Contact them here: [email protected]
Below is a link to a scholarly article on how student nurses make great doulas!
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Thank you Serena for setting up a yummy candy gram fundraiser and those of you who helped pass out the candy in the mailboxes. It was a success! If you didn't get a chance to buy candy grams, there will be more in the future.
SNA meeting tomorrow in Skills Lab HS-107 from 1-2pm. Ruby Guzman will be speaking about her experience and advice from the National Student Nurses' Association midyear conference she attended in Louisville, Kentucky. Also, good luck to nursing class of 2015 on your test tomorrow.
Clinical Group 5 giving an excellent QSEN presentation on Communication.
The Contra Costa College Student Nurse Association set up another great volunteer opportunity with The Crohn's and Colitis Foundation of America. CCFA hosted a "Toque of the Town" gala that included a silent and live auction to benefit research. Thank you to the students who went the extra mile to help a great cause.
Our treasurer, Kim Cabrera, will be selling the quick reference badge cards to first year students at 11 am outside their classroom. Prices for the cards will be $3 each specialty card- Pediatric Vital Signs, Lab Values, EKG, Medication Math, and Conversions (shown below). And $2 for each blank card. Proceeds benefit the Student Nurses Association.
Some of our nursing students volunteered at a fundraising event for the Lymphoma and Leukemia Society Light the Night Walk. These students not only care, they are helping find cures!
The 30 Stages of Nursing School. If you have graduated or are in the depths of nursing school, this will give you a laugh. Enjoy and happy post-exam Saturday.
Wiping a butt is the easy part.
Fighting the flu starts with you!! Thank you to all of our 2nd year nursing students who volunteered to give flu shots at the Doctors Medical Center Flu Clinic. Almost 500 free flu vaccines were given.
Hi everyone! There will be a free flu shot drive thru clinic at Doctor's Medical Center in San Pablo this Friday 2-6 pm. Please spread the word, protect yourselves and others around you by getting the flu vaccine. See you there!
First semester students on their tour of the OR, at the start of second rotation.
Contra Costa student nurses volunteered at the Crohn's and Colitis Foundation of America's run. This event brought in over $24,000 to help improve the lives of children and adults affected by Inflammatory Bowel Diseases and research to help find a cure. #CCFA
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