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    Clinical Liaison Nurse Partnership Hosts Lecture

    The University of Scranton’s Clinical Liaison Nurse Academic Practice Partnership and Geisinger Commonwealth School of Medicine hosted a lecture by Paul Feuerstadt, M.D., attending gastroenterologist and assistant clinical professor of medicine at Yale University. From left: speaker Dr. Feuerstadt; Mary Jane DiMattio, Ph.D., professor of nursing; Sharon Hudacek, Ed.D., professor of nursing; Linda Lewis, faculty specialist, nursing; and Annum Hayat of Effort, a first-year medical student at Geisinger Commonwealth School of Medicine.
    April 26, 2019

    The University’s Clinical Liaison Nurse Academic Practice Partnership and Geisinger Commonwealth School of Medicine hosted an interdisciplinary lecture by Paul Feuerstadt, M.D., attending gastroenterologist and assistant clinical professor of medicine at Yale University. He discussed “Ischemic Bowel Disorders” with nurses, nursing students and medical students at the talk held in the spring semester at the medical school.

    The lecture was supported through the University’s Scranton Strategic Initiatives Funding, which supports innovative projects – particularly those that that will have substantial, positive impact on the student experience – that advance the goals of its “Strategic Plan: an Engaged, Integrated and Global Student Experience.” Sixteen projects received more than $188,000 in support for the 2018-2019 academic year.

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