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  • University of Texas School of Nursing at Houston | Continuing Education - Workshops and Conferences
    conference which includes meals is 195 Discounts are available for UT System faculty staff and students Go to the conference web site http www uthouston edu EthicsConf where much more information is available or to register 6 5 nursing contact hours of nurse CEs provided and 6 5 hours of ethics professional responsibility Gerontological Nursing Now More Than Ever Geriatric Resource Nurse Case Manager Goal Overall goal is to prepare core groups of Nurses and Case Managers to serve as experts in geriatric best practices and prepare them to teach other health care providers how to care for older adults When On site workshops occur one Thursday per month for four months Please contact Joyce Reed at joyce reed uth tmc edu CE A total of 24 0 nursing contact hours will be awarded for completing all four workshop days A total of 6 0 nursing contact hours will be awarded for attending one workshop day Continuing education credits for Case Managers is pending Audience Nurses and Case Managers who are working in acute care hospitals long term care home health agencies hospice organizations or assisted living facilities providing care for older adults Nurses and Case Managers interested in exploring

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  • University of Texas School of Nursing at Houston | Continuing Education | Upcoming Events
    of the conference which includes meals is 195 Discounts are available for UT System faculty staff and students Go to the conference web site http www uthouston edu EthicsConf where much more information is available or to register 6 5 nursing contact hours of nurse CEs provided and 6 5 hours of ethics professional responsibility The University of Texas School of Public Health Cardiovascular Cell Therapy Research Network CCTRN Journal

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  • University of Texas School of Nursing at Houston | Continuing Education - Frequently Asked Questions
    are placed on a waiting list and have included payment with your registration we will hold your payment until we can confirm your registration 4 How are Late Registrations Walk Ins handled If you register less than 48 hours prior to a program on line registration will not be available Please call our Center of Continuing Education to see if there is space available and to complete registration and provide payment If you arrive on the day of a program and payment has not been received by our office your name will not be listed on the sign in sheet If space remains in the program you will be processed as a walk in with an additional administrative fee of 25 Walk ins will be accommodated as space allows on the day of the program A walk in fee of 25 will be added to the registration fee for walk ins Please call the office at 713 500 9924 in advance to check on space availability 5 How do I receive credit for attending the program Verification of attendance is required for single and multiple day CE activities in order for participants to receive a certificate documenting successful completion of the activity Attendance is verified by participants completing the sign in sheet and evaluation form for the activity 6 What type of credit will I receive for attending a CLL program RNs and Nurse practitioners will receive ANCC contact hours for attending our CE programs ANCC contact hours are nursing specific credit hours ANCC stands for American Nurses Credentialing Center our accreditation organization ANCC contact hours are based on a 60 minute hour of instruction So a CE program with 6 5 hours of instruction provides 6 5 ANCC contact hours to nurses 7 What is the typical course schedule

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  • University of Texas School of Nursing at Houston | Continuing Education | Geriatric Resource Nurse
    May 23 2013 Day Three Workshop Geriatric Syndromes June and July will be time to work on CAP Project August 8 2013 Day Four Workshop Caring for the Caregiver Faculty Vaunette Fay PhD RN Nancy Bergstrom PhD Sabrina Pickens PhD GNP Michelle Peck MPH Location All classes will be held at the UTHealth School of Nursing 6901 Bertner Avenue Houston TX 77030 at the corner of Bertner Ave and Holcombe Blvd in the Texas Medical Center Classes can be arranged to be held off campus at a host location please contact us if you would like more information about this option 713 500 9927 Parking is available directly across Holcombe Blvd or in the underground May s Clinic part of MD Anderson Cancer Center The entrance to May s Clinic is across from School of Nursing on Bertner You may also take the Metro Rail to the Transit Center stop at Fannin St and Pressler St and walk one block east to the School of Nursing Cost Individual Day 60 Four Workshop Days 200 CEU 24 0 nursing contact hours will be awarded for completing all four workshops The University of Texas at Health Science Center at Houston School of

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  • University of Texas School of Nursing at Houston | Dean's Excellence Fund
    students faculty and programs Annual gifts support initiatives to attract and retain the best students and faculty such as Keeping a nursing education financially accessible to students through scholarships and grants Our centers of study and clinical facilities such as the Center for Nursing Research The Center on Aging and The Center for Substance Abuse Education Prevention and Research The opportunity for students to experience hands on patient care through numerous collaborative programs in the Texas Medical Center community including our own University of Texas Health Services primary care clinic Student centered programs Classroom technology Faculty support research initiatives and professional development Gifts to the Dean s Excellence Fund may be directed toward Student Scholarships or Faculty Research The School of Nursing welcomes Dean s Excellence Fund gifts from friends of the college We invite you to learn more about Leadership Giving to the Dean s Excellence Fund To learn how you can join us in our mission please contact our office The University of Texas School of Nursing at Houston Dean s Excellence Fund year begins September 1 and ends August 31 Office of Development Giving to the School Ways to Give Program Priorities pdf SON Advisory Council PARTNERS

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  • University of Texas School of Nursing at Houston | Endowments
    Center at Houston encourages the establishment of permanent endowments to recruit support and encourage faculty and students stimulate productive research and build facilities The University of Texas System Board of Regents gratefully accepts gifts and approves the establishment of each endowment at the minimum levels indicated Distinguished University Chair 2 000 000 Distinguished Chair 1 000 000 Chair 500 000 Distinguished Professorship 250 000 Professorship 100 000 Fellowship 50 000 Scholarship 25 000 Donors may establish endowed gifts within a five year period with the ultimate goal of reaching the minimum level for a particular type of endowment For instance it takes 25 000 minimum to endow a scholarship A donor may opt to pay 5 000 each year for five years to reach the scholarship endowment level Once the minimum level is reached additional contributions may be made at any time Scholarships funded through endowments are made available from the interest earned and based on a spending rate determined annually by The University of Texas System A listing of the School of Nursing current endowments is located here Endowed funds are established through a formal agreement process Please contact our office for more information Office of Development Giving to

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  • University of Texas School of Nursing at Houston | PARTNERS Board
    Affairs UTHealth Office for Advancement Dean School of Nursing John P McGovern Distinguished Professor Huffington Foundation Chair for Nursing Education Leadership Julius Glickman Development Board Chair UTHealth Carolyn Moody Drake BSN RN Chair Board Members Ann Ahuero Lilly Andress Lynne Arnett Lynne S Averett Darlene Ayoub Margaret Barnett Leslie Bennett Pat Breen Diana Brown Paula Cizik Suzie Conway BS ADN RN Susan Cooley PhD RN CPNP Carolyn Cullinan BSN RN Eva Lynn Dunn Elsie Eckert Kay English Eleanor Evans Judy Fred RN Carol Gartsman Sally Harvin Sheri Henriksen Gloria J Hill Sara Howell Debby Leighton Alexandra Luton MN RN Carolyn Mann Judy E Margolis Mary Lynn Marks Soraya McClelland Judi McGee Mary Hale McLean Adrian Melissinos PhD RN Dorothy Nicholson Gladys O Neal Gerry Ordway Maria C Pappas Roberta Kripp Prazak BSN RN Kathy Redden BSN RN Mary Plumb Senkel MSN RN Ellen Sheedy Joyce Standish BSN RN Mary Martha Stinnett Bette Thomas Diane Trabulsi Blanche Tyson Toni E Wallingford Nancy Willerson BSN RN Jeanette Woods Jenard M Gross Past Chair Founding Chair Honorary Member Office of Development Giving to the School Ways to Give Program Priorities pdf SON Advisory Council PARTNERS SON Alumni Sara Oussar Director of Development UTHealth

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  • University of Texas School of Nursing at Houston | Alumni, Donors and Friends
    to raise funds to support the mission of the School of Nursing The University of Texas School of Nursing at Houston is a leader in nursing education and research We are the highest ranked nursing graduate school in Texas and among the Top Five Percent nationwide according to the 2012 edition of AMERICA S BEST GRADUATE SCHOOLS The School of Nursing ranks 31st among 102 schools of nursing that receive research dollars awarded by the National Institutes of Health NIH Our BSN graduation rate 91 is the highest of the entry level graduates in the Gulf Coast Region Our NCLEX RN first time writers pass rate was 93 with the State average being 87 9 With over 800 students enrolled we graduate an average of 166 new nurses and 130 nurses with graduate degrees each year More than 6 000 nurses have graduated since 1972 40 of our BSN graduates are first generation college graduates and 44 are members of a minority Our home the School of Nursing and Student Community Center received the LEED Gold certification by the U S Green Building Council in 2009 Recognized as one of the top green buildings in the U S it has garnered 11 prestigious local state and national architectural design awards since opening in 2004 Our graduates are in high demand They are leaders in their many varied research practice and education professions Nurses touch an average of 2000 patients each year They truly make a difference in this world By becoming active in the School of Nursing alumni activities joining our PARTNERS community organization becoming a volunteer or making a gift to the school you make a difference too We can make a difference together supporting quality patient care state of the art research and nursing education in Texas the

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