CU School of Nursing Participates in Air Evac Training Exercise

An Air Evac Lifeteam helicopter landed on the CU practice field recently as part of a training exercise for the School of Nursing. Angie Atwood, instructor in nursing, said, “This was a KANS event which exposed our students to another facet of nursing. The Air Evac team gave students an insight into career opportunities in flight nursing, the required qualifications and discussed the everyday challenges and rewards accompanying this field.”

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Pictured in the front row from left are: Tiffany Shaw, Campbellsville; Brandy Pierce, instructor in nursing, Greensburg, Ky.; Erin Weston, Russell Springs, Ky.; Lea Coots, Columbia, Ky.; Diana Butler, Campbellsville; Donna Caffee, Campbellsville; Jennifer McCarty, Lebanon, Ky.; Jackie Phelps, Campbellsville; and Racheal Dobson, Campbellsville. 2nd row: Jamie Tucker, pilot; Josh Embry, flight nurse; Ellen Whitlock, Hodgenville, Ky.; Mindie Coppock, Corbin, Ky.; Brandy Thompson, Columbia; Beverly Rowland, interim dean of the school of nursing, Columbia; Michele Dickens, clinical instructor, Campbellsville; Rhonda Vale, lab coordinator, Campbellsville; Dana Westmorland, Campbellsville; and Mike Ramsey, EMT-P. 3rd row: Dan Durham, Air Evac director; Angie Atwood, KANS advisor and instructor in nursing, Greensburg; Nicole Loy, clinical instructor, Columbia; and Jennifer Richerson, nursing secretary, Campbellsville. (Campbellsville University photo by Linda Waggener)
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