Health and Medicine

Community Health Network Provides Training, Flu Vaccines to Nursing and Medical Students and Faculty

by Katie Bradley | Nov 25, 2014

This fall, Community Health Network (CHN) generously provided Marian University College of Osteopathic Medicine (MU-COM) and Leighton School of Nursing students with flu shots and CPR/Basic Life Skills (BLS) Training.

 “Community Health Network has been a valued partner in medical education and support for the Marian University College of Osteopathic Medicine. As a major location for clinical education for our third-year clerkships starting next year, it offers extensive opportunities for learning throughout its hospitals and clinics.  In addition, CHN has provided basic life support training for all MU-COM students in orientation and has provided influenza immunizations for MU-COM and nursing students here at Marian University. We are grateful for their assistance,” said Paul Evans, DO, vice president and dean of MU-COM.

Through CHN's generosity, 160 students were validated according to the American Heart Association's BLS Healthcare Provider standards and 500 flu vaccines were donated. Marian University nursing students administered the shots.   

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