Posts Tagged ‘Nursing’

Immunity & Autoimmunity

January 25, 2011

Associate Professor of Nursing Chris Henshaw talks about HIV, genetic issues, and immunity. From Advanced Clinical Pathophysiology (NUR 6951). [Audio] [Video]

The Case of Vaccine Refusal: Medical Science, Parental Conviction, Child Welfare, and Community Good

August 10, 2010

Dr. Douglas Diekema, Professor of Pediatrics at the University of Washington, School of Medicine, and attending physician in Seattle Children’s Hospital’s emergency departments, delivers the Erickson Undergraduate Research Conference keynote address. May 14, 2010. [Audio] [Video]

Social Darwinism and Politics (POL 3550)

June 24, 2009

Political Science Professor Reed Davis explores the impact of Darwinism and scientific materialism on such fields as criminal justice, medicine, economics, welfare and education during the past century. Topics include eugenics, the Scopes trial, biological defenses in criminal law and evolutionary theories of morality. Spring 2009. Series of 8 lectures. [Audio]

SPU School of Health Sciences Points of Light Ceremony

May 13, 2009

Points of Light: 2008-2009 Annual event celebrating the success of SPU School of Health Sciences faculty and students. February 5, 2009. (32:01) [Video]

The Good News about Fall Prevention

October 20, 2008

SPU graduating nursing students produced a video about four important areas in which senior citizens can make changes that will greatly reduce their risk of falling. May 30, 2008. (10:03) [Video]

Eat Healthy | Tale of Three Cities | Christian, Look Back

June 30, 2007

Recent Features:
Eating Healthy For Life SPU nursing students in partnership with Cristwood Retirement Center at CRISTA Senior Living promote healthy eating practices in this informational video. June 5, 2007. (13:54) [Video]

A Tale of Three Cities Professor of History Bill Woodward sorts out the events in Boston, Philadelphia, and Williamsburg that led to American independence in 1776. (35:05) [Video]

SPU Classics:
Christian, Look Back! Roy Swanstrom argues that Christianity provides the clearest perspective of history. February 11, 1977. (28:12) [Audio]

King Came Singing | Soul Mates? | Englund on Nightingale

June 15, 2007

Recent Features:
King Came Singing Assistant Professor of Music Stephen Newby, the SPU Gospel Choir, and Guest Musicians perform music selections and dramatic readings in celebration of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. January 18, 2007. (47:33) [Audio] [Video]

Soul Mates or Sole Mate? Director of the Center of Evangelical Spirituality Gary Thomas urges listeners to move past idealized notions and expectations of marriage and recognize marriage as a path to holiness rather than a route to mere happiness. May 16, 2006. (27:12) [Audio]

SPU Classics:
Florence Nightingale
Retiring Associate Professor of Nursing Ruby Englund shares lessons from the life of Florence Nightingale, a pioneer of modern nursing. February 15, 1990. (47:14) [Audio]