Pictured from left to right are Krisi Amsden and Jill Goodling. We are so happy to have them become a part of our NSU Cenla College of Nursing Demon family!!
The faculty and staff in the College of Nursing & Allied Health had a great day at the Faculty Institute and the Faculty luncheon. We are ready for a great fall semester!!!
Pictured from left to right: Kim Liner- Student Success Coordinator, Jill Goodling- Assistant Professor Nursing, Alicia Book- Assistant Professor Nursing, Carolyn Hartt- Associate Director of Undergraduate Studies.
She was presented with the DAISY award last month. Descha’ graduated in August 2016 in the BSN program and is a nurse in the Intensive Care Unit at CHRISTUS St. Frances Cabrini Hospital in Alexandria.
A WORD ABOUT THE DAISY AWARD: The DAISY Award was created for Extraordinary Nurses and the program was piloted at the Seattle Cancer Care Alliance, whose nurses cared for Patrick during the last weeks of his life. The goal was to ensure that nurses know how deserving they are of the society’s profound respect for the education, training, brainpower, and skill they put into their work, and especially for the caring with which they deliver their care. At the time the program started, it could not have been anticipated that The DAISY Award would come to be regarded as a strategic tool for nurse recruitment and retention and would be adopted by healthcare facilities all over the U.S. and beyond.
Deborah Hickman and Rebecca Harrell, both faculty in the College of Nursing, attended The National League for Nursing Education Summit in Orlando, FL. In September to present Their research poster titled “How does the Integration of Learning Contracts Promote Student Success?” The NSU Cenla Campus congratulates Ms. Hickman and Ms. Harrell on their outstanding achievement and dedication to Nursing Education and the Healthcare
Pictured is Alicia Book (“Dorothy”) – faculty in the College of Nursing ASN program and NSU Cenla students in the ASN program.
Pictured are Kari Cook & Kendall DeLacerda- faculty in Radiologic Sciences program, Leah Pearce- faculty in College of Nursing, and NSU Cenla students in Radiologic Sciences program along with many family and friends. Thank you to all who supported such a great cause!
This is the first meeting of the new NSU CENLA Alumni Chapter.