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Last week’s Emergency Nursing Pediatric Course (ENPC) hosted a special guest hailing all the way from Houston, Texas!

Ade Olanrewaju RN is Director of Operations at Roxell Emergency Management Resources in Houston, Texas. She came to Cincinnati to complete her teaching requirements to become an ENPC instructor. The class was held on May 23-24 at the Mercy Corporate office in Norwood, with 19 students in attendance.

Ms. Olanrewaju followed up with a heartfelt note after the course: “I want to begin by saying a very huge thank you for accommodating me in your ENPC class! I got to  meet some really nice people and future training partners as we travel the world teaching TNCC and ENPC. Thank for your great contributions to our community health and education.”

Sharing knowledge and best practices can be a crucial part of nursing education. As ENPC instructor Margot Daugherty of Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center commented, “Ade brought a wealth of information and culture to the class that we are still discussing! I look forward to working with her in the future.”[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]