Images of students in the SLCC Nursing Program (or other medical education) receiving instruction, practicing techniques, and utilizing related equipment. These photos were taken in March 2008, primarily at the Health Sciences Center at Jordan Campus and in the Healing Arts Lab.
The School of Health Sciences at Salt Lake Community College is committed to providing quality education in nursing and allied health fields, ensuring each graduate is ready to enter the healthcare profession. Experienced and clinically prepared faculty, along with hands-on experience in a variety of clinical settings, allow students to become skilled in the science of healing and the art of compassion and ready to serve their community. The School of Health Sciences is housed on the Jordan Campus and offers the following programs: dental hygiene, medical assistant, respiratory therapy, surgical technology, mortuary science, occupational therapy assistant, physical therapist assistant, radiologic technology, nursing.
Health Sciences Program Faculty and Staff Portraits, 2015
Portrait photographs of the staff of SLCC's Health Sciences Program, originally taken in 2015. Depicted individuals, by last name: Lori Anderson; Ricelle Baish; Angela Belnap; Ryan Carroll; Shane Carter; Carol Clawson; Tara Donelly; Lyndsay Fait; Cynthia Farley; Ken Freeman; Tara Haight; Angela Harvey; David Hess; Taylor Hoyt; Rebecca Lowell; Brenda Lyman; Tana Marchbanks; Renee Mendenhall; Wendee Mitchell; Debra Morill; David Neil; Diana Ploeger; Karen Risch; Diane Robinson; Ruben Rocha; Debbe Schuster; Jana Tucker; Brenda Turnblom; Lindsay Twyman; Francine Weiss; Donna Wilkins; Deborah Williams; Amy Wilson; Lisa Wood; Angie Wright; JoAnne Wright; and Jeff Zealley.
Health and Lifetime Activities Class: Life, Society, and Drugs
Images of an instructor and his students in a classroom. The class is called Life, Society, and Drugs; it is part of SLCC's Health and Lifetime Activities program. The course catalog describes it as a "comprehensive study of the personal, social, health, political and economic effects of substance use and abuse," and says that it specifically covers to "the impact of alcohol and other drugs on the individual, family, and society" in America.