National Midwifery Week is in October, and one of the ways Frontier Nursing University is celebrating is by hosting an exciting Digital Summit dedicated to nurse-midwifery. From October 1-7, the "Mission Focused: Nurse-Midwives Answering the Call" virtual event will explore the experiences of Certified Nurse-Midwives who are passionate leaders committed to better care for women and families. All sessions are online, free and easy to join. We hope you’ll join us! frontier.edu/midwiferyweek #NatMW17 #MidwivesMakingStrides #FNUAnswerTheCall To learn more about FNU and the programs and degrees offered, visit us at Frontier.edu.
What is a nurse-midwife? Who do women choose nurse-midwives as their care providers? Hear the answer to these questions and more as FNU Faculty Member Deborah Karsnitz, DNP, CNM, FACNM talks with ABC 36 as we prepare to celebrate National Midwifery Week! https://www.wtvq.com/2017/09/21/frontier-nursing-national-midwifery-week/
What is a nurse-midwife? Who do women choose nurse-midwives as their care providers? Hear the answer to these questions and more as FNU Faculty Member Deborah Karsnitz, DNP, CNM, FACNM talks with ABC 36 as we prepare to celebrate National Midwifery Week! frontier.edu/midwiferyweek
How do you join the FNU Virtual Event sessions celebrating National Midwifery Week? It’s easy! At the dates and times indicated on the events page, you can view the event sessions by clicking on the session titles. Look for the navy blue button that says, “Experience this Session Here.” That’s it! You can also plan ahead by easily adding sessions to your calendar with the click of a button. At the bottom of each page, there are gray buttons that allow you to add events to your Google calendar or download the .ics attachment for Outlook and other popular calendar programs. http://fnudigitalsummit.com/events/list/?tribe-bar-date=2017-09-30 #MIdwivesMakingStrides #MidwivesMakeaDifference #FNUAnswerTheCall
Important News - FNU Launches New Innovation Center!
We are excited about this new initiative and, especially, about partnering with students to deepen their understanding of course content and skills. Read more and hear from Dr. Anne Cockerham, Associate Dean of Academic Affairs, at the link below.
FNU will be moving student activities including all of the on-campus student sessions to a newly purchased property in Versailles, Ky. The move will allow FNU to better serve students and continue its longstanding commitment to the mission of educating nurse-midwives and nurse practitioners to provide care to women and families with a focus on those in rural and underserved areas.