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  • Tau Beta Chapter 2017 Holiday Dinner, Chapter meeting and Induction of Officers

    Tau Beta Chapter of Sigma held its annual Holiday Dinner on November 29, 2017 at the Wesley College Johnston Building. The dinner was attended by 25 members. A Chapter meeting was held to update those present on Chapter activities. Chris Jarrell, Chapter President gave an overview of the Sigma Biennial Convention held in Indianapolis, Indiana Oct 28-Nov 1, 2017. She shared  information on the new Sigma Brand, the new Sigma President, Beth Tigges' Call to Action for 2017-2019, displayed the Chapter Key Award Banner and Key that the Tau Beta Chapter received at the convention, and summarized the Sigma International Bylaws changes which were adopted at the Convention. 
    Faculty Counselor, Margie McElligott and Tau Beta Chapter Vice President, Dee Runser shared information on the goals for the Guatemala Mission Trip for March 2018 and how Tau Beta Chapter could help support these goals. 
    Newly elected officers for the Tau Beta Chapter were also inducted: Karen Panunto, Chapter President, Brianna Mench, Chapter Secretary, Francis Quartey, Leadership Succession, and Anna Jenkins, Leadership Succession.
    Prior to the Holiday Dinner meeting, Tau Beta Chapter officers served Hot Chocolate and Cookies to members of the Wesley Student Nurse Association who were decorating the Nursing Dept. Christmas tree and filling shoe boxes with Christmas gifts to be given to charity.
  • Tau Beta Chapter Event: Nursing Practice at Its Best:Advanced Education

    Tau Beta Chapter held its annual Fall event on October 13, 2017 at Wesley College. The title of the event was: Nursing Practice at Its Best: Advanced Education. The morning session topics were: 50 years of Nursing at Wesley College, in honor of the Nursing Program 1967-2017, the APRN Consensus Model, and the impact of APRNs on the future of healthcare. We were pleased to have Delaware's Lt. Governor, Bethany Hall Long speak to our attendees about the impact APRNs may have on the future of healthcare, and how to get involved in the legislative process. Afternoon sessions featured 4 APRNs : Robert House, CRNA, Amber Garbe, Certified Nurse Midwife, Denise Lyons, CNS and Jill Maser, NP. Each gave a presentation about their education and experience in their chosen path as an APRN. Lunchtime featured poster presentations related to QSEN topics. Over 100 nurses and nursing students were in attendance at the conference. 
    Here is a link to some of the conference pictures:

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