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December 2, 2016
 

College of Nursing and Public Health Graduate Forum


At the Graduate Student Forum, hosted December 1, 2016, by the College of Nursing and Public Health, Launette Woolforde, Ed.D., vice president for system nursing education at Northwell Health, addressed 30 students and faculty gathered in the Nexus Building’s Adelphi Room. The guest speaker presented on employment trends for master’s-prepared nurses. Dr. Woolforde is pictured with Elaine Smith ’78, the College’s associate dean for operations.

 

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College of Nursing and Public Health
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