News Archive : Sharon Guthrie

November 17, 2016 - 9:33am
Students in Mount Mercy University’s graduate-level Health Advocacy: Leadership & Management class, taught by Dr. Elaine Cook, and Health Promotion/Disease Prevention class, taught be Dr. Julie Shaw, hosted an educational event in early November aimed at teaching community members struggling with addiction how to live a healthier lifestyle.
November 3, 2016 - 12:16pm
Master of Science in Nursing Program Director Sharon Guthrie was recognized with the distinguished Teresa E. Christy Award from the Iowa Nurses Association on Oct. 14. Presented to a registered nurse who has demonstrated professional commitment to improving health care, the award also recognizes the recipient’s commitment to the interrelationship of nursing education, nursing practice and nursing research.
February 19, 2016 - 1:20pm
Mount Mercy University students, faculty and alumni spent Wednesday afternoon at the Iowa State Capitol building in Des Moines, meeting with law makers to discuss recent health care legislation and its impact on nurses. The 2016 Iowa Nurses Association (INA) Legislative Day event attracted 260 attendees from the INA and Iowa nursing colleges, including 52 attendees from Mount Mercy University. Attendees spent the morning preparing for the meeting, learning the importance of harnessing nursing’s political power and how to approach legislators with a simple, clear message.
June 27, 2013 - 11:27am
Mount Mercy Assistant Professor of Nursing Sharon Guthrie, Ph.D., was one of eight selected for The American Association of Colleges of Nursing's inaugural Faculty Policy Intensive in Washington, D.C., this spring.
November 21, 2012 - 9:46am
Mount Mercy Assistant Professor of Nursing Sharon Guthrie, Ph.D., has been named an Iowa Public Health Hero by The University of Iowa College of Public Health. The award was established to raise awareness and recognize those who have made significant impacts in the public health workforce and improved wellness and disease prevention across the state. Nominations for Public Health Heroes are submitted by peers in the Iowa public health practice community and awarded annually.

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