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PROJECT LEAD THE WAY
Wednesday, October 09, 2013 11:00 AM
Lisa Morgan, vice president of patient services at King's Daughters' Health, spoke to students in Project Lead the Way biomedical science classes at Madison Consolidated High School on Tuesday. Last year, MCHS used a $24,000 grant from EcO15 to purchase core class and laboratory inventory equipment for the class, which is being taught for the first time this school year. Morgan spoke to teacher Stephanie Shaw and her two classes about advancements in the medical field and how patient care has changed since she began as a nurse. Morgan noted the length of stay being shorter, how many patients a nurse cares for at a time and the use of iPhones for patient care at KDH as examples of how the field is evolving. Morgan also took questions from the class about the medical field. (Staff photo by Steve Dickersonfirstname.lastname@example.org)
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