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October 4, 2022

BINGHAM FARMS, Mich. – Hondros College of Nursing (HCN) today announced its new campus in the Detroit area to help address the current nursing shortage across Michigan and the United States. The college enrolls Practical Nursing (PN) program students at the campus located at 30700 Telegraph Road, Bingham Farms, Michigan. 

 

   

Media Coverage 

June 24th, 2022
As many celebrate Father’s Day tone, one Springfield woman will reflect and rejoice as a health scare with her father eventually led to a stronger relationship and the decision to become a nurse.
March 17th 2022
MAUMEE, Ohio — Dr. David Foley explained the new, immersive simulation students at Hondros College of Nursing would be participating in. During the simulation, students will be given a scenario and are expected to answer questions regarding what intervention would be needed and the diagnosis they would give.

 

 

 Academic Awards 

September 26, 2022
WESTERVILLE, OHIO – In recognition of outstanding academic achievement, Hondros College of Nursing released its Merit, Dean’s and President’s Lists for the 2022 summer quarter. In total, 293 students across HCN’s Practical Nursing and Associate Degree in Nursing programs were recognized.
June 25, 2022

WESTERVILLE, OHIO – In recognition of outstanding academic achievement, Hondros College of Nursing released its Merit, Dean’s and President’s Lists for the 2022 spring quarter. In total, 304 students across HCN’s Practical Nursing and Associate Degree in Nursing programs were recognized.

March 25th, 2022
WESTERVILLE, Ohio – In recognition of outstanding academic achievement, Hondros College of Nursing released its Merit, Dean’s and President’s Lists for the 2022 winter quarter. In total, 309 students across HCN’s Practical Nursing and Associate Degree in Nursing programs were recognized.
 

The Calling

Hondros College of Nursing is dedicated to creating great nurses that provide the highest quality of care and strengthen our communities. Becoming a great nurse doesn’t start when you pass your boards — it begins from day one, and we have so many resources to help you along the way. 

 
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Mental Wellness Moments

This newsletter has been created as a tool to motivate, educate, uplift, encourage, and support YOU. Information will be posted monthly and will intend to be instinctual to the mental wellness needs of the current time (midterms, finals, etc).

November 21, 2022


This week's topic focuses around the holidays and how to minimize holiday stress. 

To learn more about combating holiday stress and ways to cope, see the newsletter.

October 17, 2022

If you need help right now: give Green Haven 4 Help's 24-hour crisis line a call at (608) 325-7711. You do not have to give them your name. They can give you helpful information, or they can help you plan how to safely end the relationship.

For more, see the newsletter below. (For more, see the newsletter.)

September 12, 2022

If you need help right now:

Text HOME to 741-741 for a free, confidential conversation with a trained counselor any time of day.
Text or call 988 or use the chat function at 988lifeline.org.
If this is a medical emergency, or there is immediate danger of harm, call 911 and explain that you need support for a mental health crisis.

For more, see the newsletter below. (For more, see the newsletter.)

August 22, 2022

This issue focuses on The Trauma Brain, Self-Compassion, and Mindfulness. 

Understanding trauma involves more than sympathizing with the traumatic situation, it involves knowing the sensory information about the environment and body state received by the person’s senses: eyes, ears, touch, smell, and taste. For more, see the newsletter below. (For more, see the newsletter.)

July 18, 2022

With everything that is happening in the world, it’s okay to give yourself permission to feel upset, to feel worried, to feel confused, and to feel sad. This edition of the newsletter takes a look at how you can give yourself permission to “feel” and manage those “feelings” for yourself. For more, see the newsletter

April 18, 2022

Domestic Violence begins with grooming and continues in a cycle of phases. For more, see the newsletter.

March 14, 2022


This week's topic focuses on negative and distorted thinking patterns. 

We establish our patterns of thinking through personal experiences, family modeling, and within a development of protection for ourselves. Our thought patterns can produce negative emotions which influence how we act and react (or, our behavior) to others and situations. See the newsletter.

February 7, 2022

This week's topic focuses on anxiety. 

"My anxiety doesn't come from thinking about the future but from wanting to control it" (Hugh Prather). See the newsletter.

February 21, 2022


This week's topic focuses on sadness and depression. 

Sadness is a normal emotion that everyone will experience at some point in his or her life. Depression is a common and serious medical illness that negatively affects how you feel, the way you think, and how you act.

January 31, 2022

This week's topics focus on compassion fatigue, burnout, and self-care. 

It is critical for healthcare professionals to pay attention to their emotional lives to remain effective and healthy themselves.

January 18th, 2022

This week's topic focuses around the power of feelings. 

When we discuss our feelings, we are identifying our current state of mental wellness. (For more, see the newsletter.)

January 3, 2022


This week's topic focuses around the power of self-care. 

We all experience times where we need to take a step back and focus on ourselves. (For more, see the newsletter.)

Shannel Hawkins, LPCC
Student Support Counselor

 

 

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Contact Info

lori berkheimer media contact
Lori Berkheimer

Marketing Director, Hondros College of Nursing

614-942-7120
lberkheimer@hondros.edu