Ethics are an integral part of healthcare. Nurses, doctors, and anyone working with patients – directly or indirectly – is expected to adhere to certain ethical standards and practices throughout their day-to-day. This ensures that they follow good moral values, and … Continue reading The Nursing Code of Ethics and What it Means for Prospective Nurses
Resilience and Recognizing Those Who Encourage Us in Our Everyday Lives by Dr. Vivienne Friday, EdD, MSN, RN, CNE Program Director, ABSN, Goodwin University I am the first of my family to attend an institution of higher education, earning a … Continue reading Resilience and Recognizing Those Who Encourage Us in Our Everyday Lives
In the current climate, there are many questions surrounding our criminal justice system. Some people have questioned the multiple roles that are played by our officers in blue. Some have defended the badge and others have called for reform and sweeping overhauls to city … Continue reading The Importance of the Criminal Justice System and Today’s Professionals
A Master’s of Science in Organizational Leadership, or MSOL for short, is a master’s degree program geared for individuals who want to grow their careers. Each individual who endeavors to earn an MSOL likely has unique goals in mind. An MSOL could mean building your management skills to … Continue reading What is an MSOL Degree?
Childhood education is one of the most important fields you can choose to pursue, as an aspiring teacher. In fact, leading research shows that children in grades K-12 experience significantly greater learning gains than any older age group. And if the recent outbreak of COVID-19 has taught us … Continue reading How to Become a Childhood Educator in Connecticut
Do you have big dreams of saving the world, but are unsure where to start? Maybe you have a comfortable job, but you’re not passionate about what you do. Perhaps you wish to be out in the field, changing lives and … Continue reading 10 Careers that Make a Difference (that You Can Pursue at Goodwin!)
In August 2020, the Connecticut Funeral Directors Association (CFDA) selected Emma Campbell of West Hartford as the recipient of its 2020 scholarship award for Connecticut high school seniors who are pursuing careers in funeral service. Campbell graduated with honors from Hall High School in … Continue reading Connecticut Funeral Directors Association Awards Scholarship to Emma Campbell, Goodwin Funeral Service Student
Public health is the science behind safeguarding the health of communities. The availability of clean air, drinking water, exercise, education, healthcare, healthy food, safe shelter, and strong social supports can determine the quality and length of your life. Neighborhoods that … Continue reading Love Where You Live: How to Help the People and Public Health of Your Community
Self-leadership Strategies for Success: How Investing in Yourself Influences Your Ability to Inspire The language of leadership is not an ancient text available only to a select few. The secrets to success are not hidden away in hieroglyphics or whispered … Continue reading Self-leadership Strategies for Success: How Investing in Yourself Influences Your Ability to Inspire
Back to School Success: The Top 25 Questions to Ask Your Academic Advisor by Corinna Kraemer, Goodwin University Academic Advisor Whether you are brand new to Goodwin or coming back to continue working towards your career goals, your academic advisor is the … Continue reading Back to School Success: The Top 25 Questions to Ask Your Academic Advisor
The current events happening around us have proven the value of health workers. Not only as a country, but also as global citizens, we are relying on public health professionals to provide us with accurate information regarding the COVID-19 pandemic. These professionals have been providing us all with … Continue reading How Long Does it Take to Get a Master’s in Public Health (MPH)?
The fields of healthcare and medicine are extremely rewarding, maybe now more than ever before. With the current pandemic, there is an unyielding need for qualified care providers. There is also an unending respect for those within this field. Healthcare workers are making a … Continue reading Medical Assistant vs. CNA: How Do They Differ?
It is common to think of personal leadership growth as department-specific. One could assume that, given strong performance and a length of time at an organization, you may achieve promotions and move up the ranks of your department. You have a certain area of expertise, and the longer you camp out in Sales, … Continue reading Next-Level Executive Leadership Training for Those Seeking a Master’s Degree
Before the 1960s, being bilingual was not seen as a positive thing. Experts believed that speaking two languages was confusing for the speaker, and theorized that it may even hinder development and lower IQ. But a lot has changed since the ‘60s! Experts today believe that the benefits of English as … Continue reading The Benefits of ESL for Adults
The world of work has become increasingly dominated by robots and AI, leaving many of us to wonder: Where do I fit in? What can I do to stand out to employers – against the noise, against the competition – … Continue reading What Skills Do Employers Look for in College Graduates?
Manufacturing is growing and ever-evolving field. Thanks to advancements in technology, manufacturers are turning up the production rates and moving full-steam ahead. If you’re interested in pursuing a career in manufacturing, you may be wondering if manufacturing school is worth … Continue reading Is Manufacturing School Worth It?
The world continues to move to the internet, and postsecondary education is moving right along with it. In recent years, online education has become a popular choice. And in 2020, it became a necessity for students of all ages. The … Continue reading Is an Online BSN Program Right for You?
Nursing, without a doubt, is one of the most fulfilling career paths you can pursue. This field allows you the opportunity to make a real difference in people’s lives – and not just patients, but also their family members. Today, … Continue reading How Hard is Nursing School?