by Kate Menzies
Students across the nation are hitting the books to earn degrees in fields that they love. As a bonus, they are putting their education to use in their rural communities to benefit the health and well-being of all who reside there.
“This program will prepare the registered nurse for leadership, mentorship and critical thinking, as well as better assessment skills and more knowledgeable practice.”
“I am impressed with the organization of the program and the very knowledgeable, professional and kind faculty.”
Profiles of Sarah Thompson and Karrianna Gallagher, Creighton University Entry-Level Distance Occupational Therapy Doctorate Program – Alaska
“Being able to provide occupational therapy services to those who would otherwise be without is a way to give back to the Alaska community that I have grown up in.” –Sarah Thompson
“This program is the absolute best decision I have ever made. It allowed me to stay in Alaska to complete my education and I was able to secure a job two months before I graduated.” –Karrianna Gallagher
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