Instructor discusses COVID-19 impact on nursing program

Madison College instructor discusses impact of COVID-19 on nursing program.


Nursing program director/instructor Kerri Kliminski recently talked to Channel 27 (WKOW) about how Madison College's nursing program is adapting to the pandemic. 

 

Kliminski told the TV station that "Some of the challenges in the health care system is actually producing more interest, more drive, more desire to be able to get into the profession and make a difference and help." 

Due to COVID-19, Madison College is using virtual and in-person learning services for its roughly 400 nursing students. Kliminski says the college has also put together kits that students can take home to practice procedures.