Bryan College of Health Sciences Digital Archives

The Bryan College of Health Sciences Digital Archives is composed of two archival collections:

  • the scholarly works of the faculty, staff and students of the Bryan College of Health Sciences
  • historical archives of the Alumni Associations of the Bryan College of Health Sciences and the Bryan Memorial Hospital School of Nursing

The scholarly works include links to journal publications, professional presentations, dissertations, theses, and selected capstone projects of the College's faculty, staff and graduate students, and selected undergraduate research projects and presentations. The Archives serve to capture, preserve and promote the scholarly activities of College constituents.

The historical archives include photographs, scrapbooks, yearbooks and other ephemera from the Bryan College of Health Sciences Alumni Association and its predecessors.

If you are a member of our College community or alumnus, we welcome your contributions to our Archives. For more information, view the FAQs or contact archives@bryanhealthcollege.edu.

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  • Anderson, Kelsi L., PhD Morrison, John M. Beenken, Karen E. Smeltzer, Mark S. Dunman, Paul M. (Frontiers in Cellular and Infection Microbiology, 2012-03)
    The modulation of mRNA turnover is gaining recognition as a mechanism by which Staphylococcus aureus regulates gene expression, but the factors that orchestrate alterations in transcript degradation are poorly understood. ...
  • Unknown author (Bryan College of Health Sciences., 2018-12-05)
    This is the program brochure for the capstone projects for the December, 2018 Bryan College of Health Sciences Master of Science in Nursing graduates. The brochure includes the Bryan College of Health Sciences MSN Program ...
  • Baer, Nichole; Barker, Molle; Melcher, Candace R. (Bryan College of Health Sciences, 2018-12)
    BACKGROUND: The nursing profession is plagued with a major nursing shortage due to the aging population of the nursing workforce, baby boomers and due to the increasing demands of the healthcare organizations. The turnover ...
  • Belz, Marsha; Gerken, Ashton; Kimminau, Linda (Bryan College of Health Sciences, 2018-12)
    PURPOSE: To increase awareness and educate on compassion fatigue versus compassion satisfaction, with two progressive care units, at a midwestern medical center. Following education, does this improve the Hospital Consumer ...
  • Bratt, Julie; Ehmke, Courtney; Park, Emily (Bryan College of Health Sciences, 2018-12)
    PURPOSE: The purpose of this quality improvement project is to use simulation training for bedside nurse reporting with undergraduate nursing students to increase their confidence levels. BACKGROUND: Typically, nursing ...

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