Nursing IV Therapy
Photograph of a group of GVSU students sitting at a table with prosthetic arms and needles. Other students around tables behind them, as well as a medical room set-up with beds and mannequins.
The GVSU College of Health Professions strives to prepare its students to become exceptional professionals who will impact the health and well-being of the larger community. Each year, hundreds of students are granted bachelor and graduate degrees in GVSU’s various health related programs such as Communication Sciences and Disorders, Diagnostic and Treatment Sciences, Occupational Science and Therapy, and Public Health.
This photo shows Kirkhof College of Nursing undergraduate students practice establishing intravenous (IV) access and delivering medications via IV using simulated anatomy task trainers.