Dear Epsilon Mu Members,
Our Founder’s Day Celebration and Induction Ceremony at the Hilton garden Inn is October 1. Congratulations to our new in Inductees and Dual Members! Thank you to Paula Davies Scimeca for agreeing to speak on Preventing Substance Use Disorders in Nurses. Epsilon Mu’s CPR training went well! Wagner students were a pleasure to teach and they will make excellent nurses!! Thanks to our volunteer instructors for all their hard work: Theresa Bucco, Barbara Pfaff, Maureen Jachcinski, Mary Brandt, and Linda Evangelista!! Our program raised the funds for our scholarship awards. Epsilon Mu will be participating in the American Cancer Society’s Making Strides on Sunday, October 16. All are invited to either sponsor or participate as a walker. Please contact our team leader Christine Pagano oh at Lucy411@aol.com or leave a message on our voicemail at 718. 390. 3478. This is one of our community service projects, so please support this worthy cause! Epsilon Mu is sponsoring Depression screening Day at Wagner college on October 21. Volunteers are welcomed. Plans are underway for Brown Bag Series, if interested in participating in any of the aforementioned, e-mail; epsilonmu@Wagner.edu. November 15, 211 from 7:30 AM to 4 PM is the Collaborative Research Workshop at Staten Island University Hospital, cost is free, but registration is required. Call 718. 226. 9533 to register. Topics include the research design, IRB Application Process, using EndNotes for publication and preparing a scientific poster. Our past president Phyllis Ameduri is posting pictures from our archives on our Facebook page: Epsilon Mu-Sigma Theta tau. Thank you Phyllis! Thanks to our webmaster Teresa Heithaus for keeping our website and Circle current. To view pictures of any our events or information visit our website at http://www.faculty.wagner.edu/epsilon-mu or http://epsilon mu.nursingsociety.org, sign on by using your e-mail address and seven-digit member identification number. Click on “my profile” and then “my subscriptions” to subscribe to the global member forum and our chapter website discussions! If you are attending the convention you can also consider subscribing to the discussion forum. By setting your subscriptions, you are determining when you were notified of new posts or comments on your posts. Have a Great Fall Season!
Teri Torsney MSN, RN-BC