Sir Sullivan Watson Wellington, DAD
Sir Sullivan Watson Wellington, or Sully as he is better known as, is a three year old Pembroke Welsh Corgi. Sully is a DAD (Diabetic Alert Dog). He has been trained to sense and smell the fluctuations in blood sugar levels and alert to these changes. Sully is trained to alert to hyper and hypoglycemia as well as any rapid changes in glucose levels.
Suzanne White MSN, RN, PHCNS-BC
Suzanne White, a nurse educator since 1997, has taught at the practical nursing, associate degree nursing, and RN to BSN levels. She has served as director of nursing education at the associate degree level in Newport News, VA. Additionally, she was the program director for Nurse Family Partnership in Greensboro, NC, serving first time, low income mothers and their infants until age two. In 2010, she returned to her home state of Kentucky to teach at her alma mater, Morehead State University, as Assistant Professor of Nursing. Following completion of her BSN in 1994, she earned her MSN from the University of Kentucky in 2005. Suzanne is a public health clinical nurse specialist and utilizes community service learning projects as part of her course expectations. Her specialty area is cardiovascular risk reduction.
Be sure to register before September 22nd to guarantee
one of these sweet T-Shirts!
Med donations needed for CCK. Our state conference will be held at the Center for Courageous Kids who helps reach out to kids with all different needs. CCK is in need of some supplies so they can help make these kids dreams come true. Any donations are greatly appreciated. To see the list of items click on Med Donations in the first sentence. You can bring the items with you when you attend our conference in October!
Only 7 days left to qualify for the early bird special!!!! Get registered today! You don’t want to miss this conference opportunity!
You can register for conference at the early bird discounted rate up until September 8th!!! For only $120 you get the full conference experience, 4 meals, and 2 nights lodging! Don’t miss out on this awesome opportunity! We hope to see you there!
“Oh The Place You KANS Go”
This week is a time to show your appreciation to all nurses. We have all met nurses who greatly impact us either as role models or as care givers. We are so grateful to each nurse and student nurse that’s developed a passion for nursing and thank you for your hard work and dedication. Happy National Nurse’s Week!