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Workplace fatigue in summer camp is seminar topic

Dr. Beth SchultzBeth Schultz, director of baccalaureate nursing programs at Manchester University, will speak 11 a.m. Wednesday, Jan. 29 at the Manchester University Fort Wayne campus about workplace fatigue in the summer camp setting.

It is in the auditorium, Room 102, at 10627 Diebold Road. The presentation is free and open to the public.

Schultz is passionate about camp experiences for children and safety in the camp setting. She is part of a research team studying fatigue in the camp setting, particularly among camp nurses.

She holds an associate’s degree from Gulf Coast Community College in Florida, a bachelor’s degree in nursing from the University of North Florida, a master’s degree in nursing from Jacksonville University and a Doctor of Nursing Practice degree in leadership from Union University in Jackson, Tenn.

Schultz is a current Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Future of Nursing Scholar and nursing doctoral student at the University of South Carolina. She has taught nursing in various settings for more than 25 years.

Manchester is seeking accreditation for several nursing programs.

The Jan. 29 presentation is part of the Research and Innovative Practice Seminar Series at the Fort Wayne campus.

Speakers from within and outside the Manchester community provide a formal seminar, exposing students to research methodologies, potential student research projects and networking opportunities with area health care professionals.

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About Manchester
With campuses in North Manchester and Fort Wayne, Ind., Manchester University offers more than 70 areas of academic study to 1,400 students in undergraduate programs,a Master of Accountancy, a Master of Science in pharmacogenomics, a Master of Athletic Training a four-year professional Doctor of Pharmacy degree and a four-year dual degree in pharmacy and pharmacogenomics. Learn more about the private, northern Indiana school at www.manchester.edu

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Manchester University respects the infinite worth of every individual and graduates persons of ability and conviction who draw upon their education and faith to lead principled, productive, and compassionate lives that improve the human condition.

January 2020