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Managing the Unexpected in Life

In the third video of "The Graduate Advantage: Navigating Academics & Life" series, Dr. Becky Kuhn explains how to manage unexpected challenges faced by graduate students.


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Balancing Life: Academics, Family, Work, and Life

In the second video of "The Graduate Advantage: Navigating Academics & Life" series, Josh Krieg discusses the importance of maintaining balance in various aspects of life for graduate students.


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Determining and Managing Life Priorities

In the first video of "The Graduate Advantage: Navigating Academics & Life" series, Jeff Reep, Director of Career Services at Cedarville University, discusses the importance of prioritizing and managing life aspects for graduate students, focusing on the importance of grounding decisions in the Word of God and recognizing your identity in Christ.


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GMHC 2023: A Gathering of Hearts for Global Medical Missions

On Thursday, November 10th–12th, all of our first-year professional students and several faculty and staff members will head to Louisville, Kentucky to attend the Global Mission Health Conference. They will gather together with believers at GMHC as they focus on medical missions all around the country and the world. Those in attendance have hearts for kingdom impact and use their gifts from the Lord to serve “the least of these.” We have witnessed the benefits from this conference in countless ways and are excited to see how the Lord works this year at GMHC.


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Why Choose a Pharmacy Career?

Pharmacy graduate student in the lab.What do you think of when you hear the term ‘pharmacist’? If you think of someone behind a counter counting pills and handing out prescription bottles, think again! Today’s pharmacists are innovative healthcare professionals who do so much more. They are on the forefront of healthcare, combining a knowledge of pharmaceuticals with compassion for their patients’ health.

So, why should YOU consider pharmacy? Learn 5 great reasons.


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Why Choose a PA Career?

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In the world of healthcare, there exists a profession that combines the art of healing with the science of medicine — the Physician Assistant (PA). If you want to make a profound impact on people's lives, experience the thrill of medical discovery, and enjoy a career that is both financially rewarding and personally fulfilling, then becoming a PA might be your calling. Here are 7 reasons why.


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Why Choose a Nurse Practitioner Career?

Nurse practitioner standing in front of patient.

Nurse practitioners continue to be among the most desirable fields in healthcare. Not only do they make a tangible difference in the lives of their patients, nurse practitioners also enjoy competitive salaries and generous benefits.

If you’re a nurse who is ready to take the next step in your career, now may be a great time to pursue a career as a nurse practitioner.


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Posted in DNP MSN MSN Adult Gerontology MSN Family Nurse Practitioner


Top 8 Reasons to Pursue an Athletic Training Career

The Bureau of Labor Statistics expects the number of athletic trainer jobs to grow by 17% by 2031 and projects 2,500 new openings each year on average. So why should YOU pursue this field? Learn the top 8 reasons you should consider an exciting athletic training career.


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Choosing Primary Care vs. Acute Care for Your Nurse Practitioner Specialty

Nursing students working with simulated patient.In the ever-evolving landscape of healthcare, nurse practitioners (NPs) play a critical role in providing patient-centered care. Among them, primary care nurse practitioners and acute care nurse practitioners stand out as two distinct arms of healthcare delivery. While both share the core values of compassion and medical expertise, their roles, responsibilities, and scopes of practice are very different. How do you decide which is right for you? Let’s examine the differences that set primary care nurse practitioners and acute care nurse practitioners apart.


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Posted in Graduate MSN MSN Adult Gerontology MSN Family Nurse Practitioner MSN Pediatric Nurse Practitioner


5 Reasons to Get a Graduate Certificate in Public Health

Nursing students working with simulated patient.

You may be interested in pursuing advanced education in public health but don't want to commit the time, or money, to a master's degree. Is a graduate certificate a good option? Yes, and there are 5 reasons why.


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Posted in Graduate Certificate in Public Health MSN