Rad Tech Winners Off to Orlando!
NHTI Radiologic Technology students Allura LeBlanc of Northwood and Jade Lunderville of Manchester have been selected to participate in the American Society of Radiologic Technologists (ASRT) 2014 Student Leadership Development Program.
Allura LeBlanc (left) and Jade Lunderville
Only 75 students were chosen from across the country to participate in the program. They will recieve an all-expenses paid trip the ASRT Educational Symposium in Orlando, Florida in June 2014, and will attend two educational courses specifically designed for students.
“While in Orlando, students will network with radiology leaders, participate in educational activities and learn from seasoned radiologic technologists." said ASRT President Julie Gill. "It’s a great way for students to get involved early.”
Congratulations to Allura and Jade!
On Tuesday March 11, members of the Student Dental Hygienists Association (SADHA) at NHTI staged their annual Dental Hygiene Fair for the children of the Concord Boys and Girls Club. Above, a few of the kids practice their toothbrush techniques on a Monstrous scale. Below, eager children line up to meet Tooth Fairy Cara Frey, assisted by Sarah Dumoulin.
Lenza on Ireland
This month's offerings in the NHTI Library Gallery include an exhibit of photography taken in Ireland by Radiologic Technology Prof. Patricia Lenza, including the hauntingly lovely image below. Stop by and see them all!
Student Senate wants to hear your suggestions about campus!
Find the suggestion boxes located in Sweeney Hall (in the rotunda by the atm and upstairs by SC234) and the bookstore entrance in the Library.
Write your suggestion down along with your student ID#, and you will be entered to win $10 in flex cash!
Mass. Eye & Ear Emergency Room Staff To Describe Day of Marathon Bombings
Delta Dental, NHTI, partner with local marathoner Jack Savage to bring the behind-the-scenes story to Concord
The Boston Marathon – along with the lives of many who were running or watching the race – changed forever last April when two bombs detonated near the finish line. As the explosions shocked the world, bystanders, emergency responders, and medical personnel were credited with quick action that saved lives.
On Wednesday, March 19, at 6:30 pm in Sweeney Auditorium, Dr. Aaron Remenschneider and two Registered Nurses, Deb Trocchi and Maureen Martinez, who were on duty at Mass. Eye and Ear Infirmary during the marathon bombings will describe what it was like in the emergency room that day, dealing with injuries that affected the senses, while the city wondered what was happening and why. Mass. Eye and Ear was one of eight hospitals that treated bombing victims – and these individuals were on the front lines of those who helped.
The trio will describe what it was like in the emergency room, how they as medical professionals reacted, the kinds of injuries they dealt with, and what they learned from working on those injuries and the overall response to the disaster.
Thanks to the generous sponsorship of Northeast Delta Dental, the talk is free and open to the public. It is being arranged as part of the fundraising efforts of Concord's Jack Savage, who is running the Boston Marathon this year as part of Team Eye and Ear.
Aaron Remenschneider, M.D., is the Chief Otolaryngology Resident at Mass. Eye and Ear. Dr. Remenschneider also will be running the Boston Marathon this year as part of Team Eye and Ear.
Wednesday, March 19th
Faculty, staff & students are welcome.
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