The Seton Hall University Graduate Nursing Program offers licensed nurses the opportunity to pursue a clinical specialty at the graduate level, as well as provide college graduates who have a non-nursing degree the opportunity to enter the profession through an accelerated master’s degree program.
Register for the Health Sciences Graduate Open House on March 30, or the Graduate Recruitment Open House on April 24. Those interested in a 4-year Bachelor of Science In Nursing (BSN) degree should visit the Seton Hall College of Nursing site.
Each year, Congress crafts spending bills that provide federal funding for medical research, including for sleep disorders. Representative Adam Schiff, a champion for the sleep disorders community, is leading a congressional sign-on letter asking the Appropriations Committee to include recommendations that encourage additional research and public health activities focused on sleep disorders.
- To reach the staff member that handles healthcare (the Health LA) in your House Representative’s DC office, contact Dane Christiansen (christiansen @ hmcw .org) or Julie Flygare (julie @ project-sleep .com) including your address and zip code.
- E-mail the Health LA, attaching this FY20 Sleep Disorders DC & Sign On Letter PDF with a message like the one below.
- Act ASAP — the deadline is March 27.
To: [Your House Representative’s Health LA’s Email]
Subject: Sign On Letter – Sleep Disorders
Dear [Staff Member’s Name],
My name is [your name] and I am a constituent from [hometown]. I am also an advocate for the sleep research and sleep disorders patient community. I hope your office will join the attached sign on letter, which supports the community’s committee recommendations for FY 2020. To join this letter, please contact Anthony Theissen in the office of Congressman Schiff at Anthony.Theissen @ mail. house.gov.
Thank you for your time and for considering this request.
[Your name and address]
Attachment: FY20 Sleep Disorders DC & Sign on Letter