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LEWISBURG, Pa. — Three nurses from the Bucknell University Student Health Service have successfully passed the College Health Nurses Examination administered through the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC).
"Jackie Miller, Jane Haile, and Paula Shaw are now considered specialists in dealing with health issues and concerns of the college student," according to Dr. Don Stechschulte, director of the Student Health Service at Bucknell.
Eligibility included RN licensure and 2000 hours of college-health nursing experience.
Miller, who has been with Bucknell since 1993, holds her nursing degree from Conemaugh Memorial School of Nursing in Johnstown.
Haile, who graduated from Geisinger School of Nursing in Danville, joined the Student Health Service in 1996.
Shaw, who joined Bucknell in 1999, holds her nursing degree from East Stroudsburg University in East Stroudsburg.
The ANCC is the largest and most prestigious nursing credentialing organization in the United States. A subsidiary of the American Nurses Association, ANCC has a long tradition of providing programs that establish respect for nurses and the profession. Additionally, ANCC Certifications are highly regarded across the nation by federal, state and local agencies.