When Elizabeth Mulley ’19 thinks about what it feels like to walk into the hospital as a nurse’s aide during this season of COVID-19, she likens it to some of her most nerve-wracking experiences as a La Vida sherpa.
Last week, after a court ruling in Boston, John Kapoor became the first executive of an opioid manufacturer to be convicted at a criminal trial.
As the director of interactive media for Harvard Medical School, the creative writing and communication arts grad finds himself right in the middle of the medical world, contributing to the good work of medical advancement in his own way.
Nursing jobs are expected to grow by 15 percent by 2026—but success requires more than technical training. In addition to offering a strong science foundation, a liberal arts education prepares nurses to excel in four important areas.