Mayville State University Division of Nursing faculty were on hand to share information about educational opportunities in nursing offered at Mayville State University during the annual Sanford Nursing Symposium held in Fargo. Pictured from left to right are Collette Christoffers, Janell Juelich, Lindsay Bontjes, Carey Haugen, and Donna Craigmile.
May 30, 2023
Representatives of the Mayville State University Division of Nursing participated in the 21st annual Sanford Nursing Symposium held May 4, 2023 at the Avalon Event Center in Fargo, N.D. The symposium was designed to enhance and advance nursing practice as nurses who attended experienced the wide array of learning opportunities that refresh skills, renew purpose, and revitalize spirit. Five Mayville State nursing program faculty and one student enrolled in Mayville State’s Master of Science in Nursing program attended and participated in the event.
Dr. Cary Haugen, dean and assistant professor in Mayville State’s nursing program, presented on the topic Competency Based Technology to Improve Learning Outcomes in Nursing Pharmacology. In her presentation, she explored the relationship between technology-enabled mastery learning and the learning outcomes of Bachelor of Science in Nursing students in the area of pharmacology.
Mayville State Master of Science in Nursing student Ashley Rambousek’s presentation topic was Transgender Health Care Content in Undergraduate Nursing Curriculum. She explored knowledge and competency in transgender care in a local nursing program. Advised by Mayville State Assistant Professor of Nursing Dr. Janell Juelich, Rambousek graduated with her MSN in Nurse Education in May of 2023.
At the symposium, Mayville State University Division of Nursing faculty had the opportunity to share information about Mayville State’s fully online RN-to-BSN and MSN programs. Additional information about the nursing program opportunities at Mayville State University can be found at www.mayvillestate.edu/nursing.
Top right: Mayville State Division of Nursing Dean and faculty member Dr. Cary Haugen was a presenter at the annual Sanford Nursing Symposium held early in May.
Bottom right: Ashley Rambousek, who earned a Master of Science in Nursing degree from Mayville State in May, presented information on transgender care at the 21st annual Sanford Nursing Symposium.