Category Archives: Nursing Education

CCC Student Receives Black Nurses’ Association Scholarship At 21st Annual Luncheon

Adedoyin Ogunbona, a second year student in the Associate Degree in Nursing Program, is one of four undergraduates to receive a 2018 scholarship from the Northern Connecticut Black Nurses Association (NCBNA). The NCBNA held its 21st annual awards luncheon on … Continue reading

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Certified Nursing Aide program gains state DPH approval through 2018

The Certified Nurse Aide (CNA) training program, a key component at the School of Workforce and Continuing Education, has been approved by the state Department of Public Health (DPH) through September 2018. DPH found Capital’s CNA training in compliance based … Continue reading

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Capital Grads Start Nursing Careers At Saint Francis Hospital

Fourteen members of Capital Community College’s (CCC) 2015 graduating class began their nursing careers this week at Saint Francis Hospital and Medical Center, Director of Nursing Cynthia Adams RN, MSN, EdD, announced. Capital and five other Connecticut community colleges offer … Continue reading

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Capital Alumna, Nursing Director Participate At UCONN’s Health Disparities Program

Capital’s nursing program was well represented at a May 29th forum on health disparities in Hartford and sponsored by the University of Connecticut Health Center. Dr. Marie Spivey, Vice President, Health Equity for the Connecticut Hospital Association and Dr. Cindy … Continue reading

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