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Shown in this courtesy photo are the six recent graduates from the Ketchikan site of the UAA Nursing Program. Seated: Julie Olmstead, Pamela Standley. Standing: Elena James, Sarah Cook, Maureen Northway (UAA faculty), Kristin Fahey, Cindy Carson. A formal pinning ceremony for University of Alaska Anchorage Associate Degree Nursing Program Ketchikan graduates was held December 6. The pinning is a long-held traditional nursing ceremony.
Photo: Six New Nurses Graduate in Ketchikan 120909 HEALTH 3 Capital City Weekly Shown in this courtesy photo are the six recent graduates from the Ketchikan site of the UAA Nursing Program. Seated: Julie Olmstead, Pamela Standley. Standing: Elena James, Sarah Cook, Maureen Northway (UAA faculty), Kristin Fahey, Cindy Carson. A formal pinning ceremony for University of Alaska Anchorage Associate Degree Nursing Program Ketchikan graduates was held December 6. The pinning is a long-held traditional nursing ceremony.

Shown In This Courtesy Photo Are The Six Recent Graduates From The Ketchikan Site Of The Uaa Nursing Program. Seated: Julie Olmstead, Pamela Standley. Standing: Elena James, Sarah Cook, Maureen Northway (Uaa Faculty), Kristin Fahey, Cindy Carson. A Formal Pinning Ceremony For University Of Alaska Anchorage Associate Degree Nursing Program Ketchikan Graduates Was Held December 6. The Pinning Is A Long-Held Traditional Nursing Ceremony.

The graduates spent two years training in clinical settings in Ketchikan and Anchorage. They also completed college course work which qualifies them to graduate with an Associate of Applied Science, Nursing degree. Graduates are now able to sit for the national licensing exam (NCLEX-RN), and practice as registered nurses.

Wednesday, December 09, 2009

Story last updated at 12/9/2009 - 11:50 am

Photo: Six New Nurses Graduate in Ketchikan

Shown in this courtesy photo are the six recent graduates from the Ketchikan site of the UAA Nursing Program. Seated: Julie Olmstead, Pamela Standley. Standing: Elena James, Sarah Cook, Maureen Northway (UAA faculty), Kristin Fahey, Cindy Carson. A formal pinning ceremony for University of Alaska Anchorage Associate Degree Nursing Program Ketchikan graduates was held December 6. The pinning is a long-held traditional nursing ceremony.

The graduates spent two years training in clinical settings in Ketchikan and Anchorage. They also completed college course work which qualifies them to graduate with an Associate of Applied Science, Nursing degree. Graduates are now able to sit for the national licensing exam (NCLEX-RN), and practice as registered nurses.


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