The Paul D. Camp Community College Nursing Department and Office of Student Activities sponsored an educational event for the Practical Nursing program students on the Hobbs Suffolk Campus on July 9 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Attendance was mandatory, but casual, and was focused on providing students with fun learning activities, collaboration building exercises and content review. Lunch was provided outside, where there were fun things to do, such as balloon shaving and sack races.
The use of a blacklight and Glo-Germ revealed whether hands were washed properly during one exercise.
LaShay Johnson, left, and Dewanda Brown conduct head-to-toe assessments based on “complaints” and other data collected.
Cynthia Thibeault, left, and Christie McClenny practice the proper way to put on and take off personal protective equipment.
Ursula Sutton and Bryce Lawrence prepare a bed bath for the “patient” in the sim lab.