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Acute Care Simulation Tests Students’ Interprofessional Health Care Skills
College of Health Sciences held its annual Acute Care Simulation, large-scale event designed to test students’ knowledge and skills to not only care for their patients but to also work together as an interprofessional health care team. Over the course of two days, roughly 250 students, representing programs in each of the college’s four schools, participated.  
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Ida Moffett School of Nursing honors Alumni at Courage to Care Gala
Samford University’s Ida Moffett School of Nursing held its annual Courage to Care gala on Oct. 5. Distinguished alumni were honored for their exemplary service to the nursing profession and faithfulness to the maxims of the late Ida Vines Moffett, the school’s namesake.  
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Samford’s Nursing School Students Receive White Coats
Samford University’s Ida Moffett School of Nursing held its first White Coat Ceremony of the academic year on Monday, September 17 in Samford’s Wright Center. One hundred Bachelor of Science in Nursing students who began clinical courses this semester were honored during the event.  
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College of Health Sciences hosts Samford Preceptor Development Summit
Samford University’s College of Health Sciences held a continuing education program specifically for health care professions who serve as preceptors or manage a clinical unit or department where students in the college’s four schools participate in clinical rotations.  
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Samford Partners with Alacare for Annual Palliative Care Conference
Samford University’s Center for Faith and Health partnered with Alacare Home Health and Hospice to host the annual Palliative Care Conference, Sept 27, on Samford’s campus.  
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HEAL Conference Examines the Ethics of Access to Care
This year’s Healthcare Ethics and Law (HEAL) Institute conference included guest speakers discussing ethical access to care. Topics highlighted in the morning session were philosophy of care for the poor, health care systems and the church, and overall framework for care, while the afternoon session considered a more local and regional approach to these topics.  
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Samford Nursing Student Selected by The New York Times to Contribute to The Edit
In a crowded field of more than 20,000 applicants, Samford nursing student Hallie Reed distinguished herself as a voice for college students. Reed will be one of 13 contributors to The Edit, a newsletter published by The New York Times.