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PSON Presents Master ClassFebruary 19, 2013 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM5th Street Campus, Room 209
The definition of a "master class" centers on an advanced class taught by someone who is an expert in a specific field. Typically, master classes are held for areas within the visual and performing arts. The PSON recognizes that nursing is not only a science, but is also that of an art. Nursing students have the opportunity paint the canvas of their educational journey with broad strokes through various classroom and clinical experiences. The Master Class series seeks to supplement the creation of their self-portrait of a nurse in a way they have not yet experienced.
Through an unprecedented series of sit-down sessions with faculty, PSON students can expect to learn about various aspects within the scope of nursing. Experts in multiple fields will bring their real life experiences to the table in candid and honest conversations about what to expect as a professional in nursing. There is something to be learned from everyone's story and no one has better lessons to teach than nursing faculty. We hope you will join us as Jolene Correll discusses her journey in the profession with a focus on her time spent as a travel nurse. The session is for Queens students only and will be held in Room 209 at the 5th Street Campus.
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