Photo courtesy Lori Hoffman
Front: Rob Palao. Left
to right: Sue Myer, Hillary Nelson, Shaza Toumeh, Paula Thompson, Kim Horvath,
and Angela Delonti in the library of the Fowler Family Museum, St. Luke’s
Hospital and Health Network, Bethlehem.
In collaboration with the Division of Continuing and Graduate Studies,
the School of Nursing this summer offered a new course, Nursing 323: Transition
from Student to Graduate Professional Nurse.
Seven Moravian nursing seniors (at
right) were among the 21 class members from area colleges, including Bloomsburg
and East Stroudsburg Universities, Cedar Crest College, Northampton Community
College, Penn State, Seton Hall University, and College Misericordia.
The course included
intensive clinical practice at
St. Luke’s Hospitals in Bethlehem, Allentown, and Quakertown, and Miner’s Hospital in Coaldale. Lori
Hoffman, associate professor of nursing, was coordinator for the program. Each student worked with nursementors
in two areas of intensive practice.
• Also, five members of the Class of 2005 have received their R.N.
licenses: Patrice Henry-Boukman, Eunice Esunge, Claudia
Kupec, Jennifer Mallory, and Lauren Rozzelle.
Eunice is from Cameroon.