Archive for May 2015

Why global health affects us all

Recently, the editor of Health Progress invited me to write about why the health of developing nations should matter to health care providers in the United States. I gladly took him up on the offer because this is a topic I have been passionate about for years. […]

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A look into the future of nursing with Sister Carol Keehan

One of my favorite traditions at Providence is the Distinguished Nursing Lectureship held each year during Nurses Week. The speakers are always inspiring and thought-provoking, and this year was no exception. Sister Carol Keehan, president and CEO of the Catholic Health Association of the United States, delivered […]

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Responding to the earthquake in Nepal

Everyone is aware of the tragic loss of life and terrible destruction caused by the 7.8-magnitude earthquake in Nepal. More than 7,000 people have died and twice that many were injured. We know some people of Providence and our affiliates have lost loved ones there, or have […]

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