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Nursing Faculty Member Presents Topics at Drexel Conference


Janet McMahon, an associate professor of nursing in Pennsylvania College of Technology’s School of Health Sciences, was a Distinguished Faculty Member for a national nurse-educator’s conference in Philadelphia recently, presenting two topics.

At the Drexel University Nursing Education Institute, which was held June 11-14 at the Adam’s Mark Hotel, McMahon presented “Clinically Deficient, Possibly Failing, Should They Stay or Should They Go?” and “The M&M’s (Mentoring and Motivating) of Teaching. Grab a Handful of Sweet Success for Class and Clinical.” Approximately 450 nurse educators participated in the conference.

McMahon also has been invited to speak at the National Organization for Associate Degree Nursing convention in Albuquerque, N.M., in November. McMahon, a registered nurse, received a bachelor’s degree from College of St. Francis, Joliet, Ill., and a master’s degree from The Pennsylvania State University.

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