CI Nursing Students Present at 2019 SCCUR

CI Nursing students Yvonne Guzman and Madison Totushek presented at SCCUR (Southern California Conferences for Undergraduate Research) on the "Pregnancy Outcomes in Farm Working Women". To quote their presentation, "Pregnant migrant farm workers are a vulnerable population that can be exposed to many health risks in their workplace. As previous research shows, pesticide exposure has significant harmful effects on the fetus, therefore, it is important for mothers, who could potentially be exposed to these chemicals, to be protected from them during the perinatal period." Great work on the research and presentation, ladies!

For more details on SCCUR please visit https://www.sccur.org/


CSUCI Nursing and Health Science students' visit to Santa Rosa Island

In late September, 14 Health Science and Nursing students traveled to the Santa Rosa Island Research Station accompanied by Dr. Lynette Landry and Dr. Charlene Niemi. The purpose of the trip was to develop an appreciation of the environmental changes caused on the island due to ranching operations and other human activity. Students also learned about how some of the plants on the island were used by the Chumash for medicinal and nutritional needs. Students participated in hikes on the island focused on identifying plants and connecting with the natural beauty of the island.

  • Santa Rosa Island Trip 1
  • Santa Rosa Island Trip 2
  • Santa Rosa Island Trip 3
  • Santa Rosa Island Trip 4

"CSUCI Nursing Students Venture Peru"


Our Virtual Reality Simulations were featured on KEYT News!

https://www.keyt.com/news/csuci-nursing-program-using-virtual-reality/1063580261

Student using VR headset


Ventura County Chapter of AACN
Spring 2019 student Symposium

Ventura Chapter AACN Conference to be held on April 6, 2019


The 1st Annual White Coat Ceremony - Goleta Campus

The CSUCI Nursing Program held its 1st Annual White Coat Ceremony for our Goleta Satellite Campus on February 22, 2019 welcoming the class of 2021 into nursing school. Created by The Gold Foundation, the White Coat Ceremony is "Intended for first year students in medical, nursing and physician assistant programs, the White Coat Ceremony is a rite of passage that often takes place during the initial days of orientation. It serves to welcome students to healthcare practice and elevate the value of humanism as the core of healthcare. It provides a powerful emphasis on compassion in combination with scientific excellence". For more information, please visit https://www.gold-foundation.org/programs/white-coat-ceremony/. Welcome to nursing school, Class of 2021!


CSU Channel Islands is the #8 ranked Nursing Program in California for 2019! See the ranking at RegisteredNursing.org!


Isla Vista Project 2018/2019

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