In mid March, Alabama native — and Aspen University online RN to BSN student — Laurice Ransom hopped on a plane and bravely headed to New York City to provide much-needed support to a healthcare system overwhelmed by COVID-19. “At the time, Alabama was at the beginning stages of their numbers and testing, and New … Keep Reading
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Beyond our passion for serving our students, we enjoy giving back to our communities and other organizations that provide critical services and experiences. Aspen University philanthropy program, Aspen Cares, has supported literacy, homeless populations, Alzheimer’s awareness and fundraising, pets, Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and other issues that affect our communities. “Working together, our employees share … Keep Reading
So many selfless acts of nursing go unrecognized on a daily basis. Nurses Week is an opportunity for everyone to pause and appreciate nurses around the country. The theme for 2019 is “4 Million Reasons To Celebrate.” Phoenix Children’s Hospital (PCH) is celebrating National Nurses Week with a week-long calendar of events — in … Keep Reading
In March 2019, Aspen University’s Director of Clinical Simulation, Tammy Drewett — along with 5 Aspen University nursing students — traveled to Puerto Penasco, Mexico on a 6-day mission trip. Tammy, Karlisa, Shelby, Aida, Hayley, and Katelyn* worked alongside physician assistant (PA) students from Boston to help serve a poverty-stricken area in rural Mexico. They … Keep Reading
Aspen Cares Phoenix participated in the AIDS walk and raised a total of $695 for AIDS research and care! Amazing work, team!
When you hear “Think Pink,” what do you think about? Flamingos? Lipstick? A rose? Since 1985, October has been known as Breast Cancer Awareness Month (BCAM). About 40,000 men and women die each year from this disease, and from inception, the goal of BCAM has been to promote mammography as the most efficient weapon in … Keep Reading