Critical care registered nurse and nursing leadership Master of Science alumna, Laura Mitchell, stepped into nursing history last summer when she cared for the two American patients who had contracted the deadly Ebola virus in Africa. Mitchell is part of a highly-trained, specialized care team of Emory University Hospital nurses and CDC infectious disease doctors,… more »
Sierra Ruth Freeman, a December 2014 baccalaureate nursing graduate, gives up her summer breaks for work that is anything but a break. She travels to India with limited funding and few guarantees of a safety net. Driven by her passion for improving global health, she works tirelessly to in a remote village to care for… more »
On August 3, 30 physical therapy students were hooded in the final summer Doctor of Physical Therapy hooding ceremony. These graduates make up the Centennial class as they received their degrees during Georgia State University’s 100 year anniversary.
Ross Mason, founder and managing director of HINRI Labs, Inc. gave the students an inspiring keynote message.… more »
Anderson represents more than 7,400 licensed physical therapists and PT assistants in Georgia for all of the association’s communications issues and works with the PTAG board of directors on all association marketing… more »
“I was fascinated with the medical and nursing aspects of pregnancy and childbirth,” says Spratling.
Her initial plans were to be an adult cardiac intensive care unit nurse,… more »
I have always liked science. Nutrition combines my passion for teaching with my love of food.
Getting the MBA was a natural fit, as I always knew I would be self-employed one day.… more »
If you have the privilege to know Karen Seagraves (M.S., Nursing, 2008), you can easily conclude that she is passionate about her family, nursing, stroke patients, and head injury. As Executive Director of the Marcus Stroke and Neuroscience Center since May of 2011, she is proud to showcase and tell you in detail about… more »
Why did you choose physical therapy (PT) as your professional field? Why did you select Georgia State University for your education? My grandmother lived with us when I was young. She had rheumatoid arthritis and later complications led to an amputation. We used to love to watch the soap operas back in the late… more »
Tyson Lockhart: Respiratory Therapy Alum shining thousands of miles from his Georgia State University Roots
Tyson Lockhart (BS, Respiratory Therapy, 2010), is the Clinical Resource Specialist at St. Mary’s Hospital, a 450 bed facility in Western Colorado. On top of orienting new hires; educating the staff on procedures, equipment, and across disciplines; and ordering equipment; Lockhart is in charge of implementing new standards of care and protocols in order… more »