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Students in front of poster at IPE Research Showcase.

The first Interprofessional Research Day Showcase was held on April 8 at the MCPHS University Lincoln Ballroom on the Worcester campus. The Showcase highlighted the research from various programs across campus.

Students in the nursing and physical therapy programs at MCPHS participating in an interprofessional collaboration exercise.

Students in the nursing and physical therapy programs at MCPHS come together for an exercise in interprofessional education.

Nursing student working with IV and checking watch.

According to a new report from Glassdoor, a career in healthcare will earn you the heftiest paychecks in the U.S.

Manchester nursing students at the Relay For Life fundraiser for the American Cancer Society.

"My mom is a cancer survivor, so I know what these kind of events mean to families—because we are one. It means a lot to help support people who can’t pay for their treatment," said Ritti Oommen BSN ‘18.

MCPHS BSN student Brianna Cracco

Brianna Cracco, BSN, recently received her white coat, an important step toward her dream of becoming a nurse - a career she was inspired to pursue because of her mother.

 MSN/FNP student Nicole Hoogasian.

As an RN, Hoogasian was looking to educate patients on their diagnoses in a way that they could understand – and find treatments that fit their lifestyles. It's one of the reasons she decided to earn her MSN/FNP.

Alumni Adelaide Adjovu, certified Family Nurse Practitioner.

Adjovu, who is a 2012 graduate of the Bachelor of Science in Nursing program, went on to earn her MSN/FNP and shares insight into her role with Northeastern Vermont Regional Hospital.

Lisa Danielle Iorio MSN/FNP ’17

Why earn an MSN? Hear insight from an alumna of the online Master of Science in Nursing – Family Nurse Practitioner program.