PSWS student and administrator present at local Visiting Nurse Association

Assistant Chief Academic Officer Michael Evans, M.S.N., M.S.Ed., RN, ACNS, CMSRN, CNE, who is also a nursing instructor at Penn State Worthington Scranton, and Christine Lashinski, a Human Development and Family Studies major at PSWS, presented "Community Resources for Heart Health" at the Visiting Nurses Association's Lunch and Learn program on Thursday.

The pair put together a power point presentation for the group, which offers its Lunch and Learn programs throughout the year free of charge. This presentation was made at the VNA's headquarters in Olyphant.

Lunch and Learn talks focus on a variety of health-related topics and feature registered nurses, professional health educators, and specialists who present an individual talk or a series of workshops tailored to the needs of the community.

The region's Visiting Nurse Association has been providing nursing care to residents of Lackawanna County and its surrounding communities for over 100 years.

Penn State Worthington Scranton has been providing associate and baccalaureate degree programs to northeastern Pennsylvania for almost 50 years. Located in Dunmore, it offer 10 baccalaureate degrees, four associate degrees and the first two years of over 160 Penn State degrees.