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Nursing students learn communication skills through art

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Updated: 11/11/2013 11:19 am
Information from TTUHSC Communications

School of Nursing students will host the fourth annual ARTS: Creative Thinking Exhibit from 2 to 4 p.m. Nov. 12 in the ACB Lobby to showcase what they've learned in class. ARTS stands for analysis, aesthetic, relevance, transformation and standards.

Juniors in the Traditional Undergraduate Program Communication in Health Care/Communication Competence class will present original works of art including quilts, drawings, performance and mosaics depicting aspects of communication, patient safety, holistic therapeutic care and improved outcomes.

This year's event will feature a presentation by School of Nursing Founding Dean Teddy Jones, Ph.D., R.N., and a silent auction to raise money for nursing student scholarships. The School of Nursing aims to produce graduate nurses who possess early clinical judgment skills for today's workforce challenges. Students are charged to creatively consider new learning about competency in professional health care.
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