School of Nursing Newsletter

Reflection Day

Kimberly PittmanUndergraduate pediatrics and community nursing courses collaborated to engage students in learning the art of nursing through their reflective projects. Each student chose a client who made an impression upon him or her during the community or pediatric clinical rotations. Then each student presented to faculty and student peers an original fine arts expression of an understanding of the “whole” person during a special presentation event on Nov. 29.  Students voted on their choice for various award categories. The winners were as follows: “The One I Wish I had Thought Of:” Heather Blackburn; “Most Talented”:  Sarah Wilkins; “The One that Conveyed the Essence of Nursing:”  Tyra Girdwood; “The One that Made Me Smile:” Loni Tyndall and Liza Oakes; “The One that Made Me say ‘Wow:” Kimberly Pittman; “Best Integration of the Arts/Humanities:”  Jesslyn Boyette; and “The One that Really Touched Me:” Megan Karpinski

In the photos are Kimberly Pittman (above on left) and Liza Oakes (below) with their projects. Liza Oakes