Nursing programs featured on Local 12 “What’s Happening in Health” TV show

Dr. Janice Lockett, Chair of the Associate Degree Nursing program at Cincinnati State, was interviewed by TV host Liz Bonis in one of the segments of the WKRC Local 12 TV show “What’s Happening in Health” that was broadcast on May 12, 2024.

Dr. Lockett’s interview was part of an hour-long show celebrating National Nurses Week.

Click to watch “What’s Happening in Health” for May 12, 2024 – The interview with Dr. Lockett starts about 17 minutes into the video.

Dr. Lockett discussed the pathways available to Nursing students at Cincinnati State, which include earning the State Tested Nursing Assistant (STNA) credential, the Practical Nursing Certificate, the Associate degree that prepares students for Registered Nurse credentialing, and the Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree.

“Nurses are life-long learners,” Dr. Lockett said. “We’re always looking at how we can do things better and impact outcomes for our patients.”

She added, “Nursing programs are rigorous, so at Cincinnati State we try to make sure students are well prepared and we help them decide on the track that is best for them.”

“Many of the BSN students are our graduates who are coming back, and that’s really exciting,” Dr. Lockett said.