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Monkeypox and Healthcare Workers The CHC Library will continue to provide students with health bulletins and timely health professional news via the monthly College newsletter. Please find the latest resource on Monkeypox Resources for Health Professionals: As global concern grows for the spread of the monkeypox virus, Wolters Kluwer is providing a number of free...
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Dear Valued Members of Care Hope College, It is with great pleasure that we announce our move to Jupiter, Florida starting on July 18th, 2022! This move signifies our commitment to learn, grow, and serve the communities in which we impact. 2022 has brought about positive change for CHC, and we are inviting you to join...
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Hello Everyone, My name is Dr. Henriques, and I have recently joined the Care Hope College of Nursing and Healthcare Management family. I take much pride in this assignment, and I value the opportunity to be a member of this caring team. CHC, and all of our employees, share in our responsibility to safely lead our students...
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Throughout the pandemic, surges in COVID-19 hospitalizations combined with staffing shortages led many hospitals to turn to travel nurses—and as demand surged, so did the cost of travel nurse contracts. But now, as hospitalizations stabilize, many travel nurses are experiencing abrupt pay cuts or contract cancellations. According to Parth Bhakta, CEO of Vivian Health, an online health care labor marketplace,...
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Although the Emancipation Proclamation was signed in 1863, it was not until June 19, 1865 that all slaves were given freedom. During the Civil War, over four(4) million ‘blacks’ and natives took sick and died. President Lincoln established the Freedom Bureau to facilitate hospitals and clinics for the newly freed slaves. Still, as the years continued, non-caucasian people were...
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Care Hope College’s focus is to continue investing in the future of our students, our campus, and our community! We have recently added a new Business Development Department to assist in achieving our goals, and to build upon the partnerships that benefit the people we serve.  Our Business Development Department will work alongside our other...
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Many people assume there is only one type of nurse, however, this is far from accurate. There are many different types of nurses, each with their own unique set of skills and responsibilities.  The type of nurse you become largely centers around your interests and the patients you want to work with.  We’ve put together...
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It is widely known that the majority of people automatically think of a female when thinking of a nurse. This dates back to the history of the nursing profession, where nurses were primarily female, beginning with Florence Nightingale. However, as with most societal norms over time, the idea of a career only being available to...
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  If you’re considering a career in nursing, you may be asking yourself why you want to become a nurse. There are many reasons why nursing can be a great career choice, and everyone’s reasons for choosing nursing as a career path are different. Nursing is a noble profession that offers both rewards and challenges...
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If you don’t work in the medical field, then patient advocacy could be a foreign term to you.  Patient advocacy is a very important part of working in healthcare and as the name says, it is the role of advocating for patients when they either can’t or don’t know how to advocate for themselves. This...
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