LSU Health Sciences Center New Orleans

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LSU Health Sciences Center New Orleans
LSU Health Sciences Center New Orleans
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LSU Health Sciences Center New Orleans
LSU Health Sciences Center New Orleans
3 years
  • Please join the School of Nursing Alumni Association on Tuesday, January 20th at Louisiana Pizza Kitchen (615 S. Carrolton) to “Dine for PH”.

LSU Health Sciences Center New Orleans
LSU Health Sciences Center New Orleans
4 years
  • Congratulations to our newly elected Student Nurses' Association executive board members:

    President: Priscilla Halloran
    Vice President: Brittani Dyess
    Treasurer: Kristina Trahan
    Secretary: Hannah Ngo
    Community Service Coordinator: Katelyn Freyou
    Community Service Coordinator: Shelby Guinot
    Historian: Bonnie Schiffman
    Historian: Mitrell Osirio
    Breakthrough to Nursing: Ryne Smith
    Breakthrough to Nursing: Devan Peterson
    Newsletter Editor/ Guest Speaker Coordinator: Christina Grishman

LSU Health Sciences Center New Orleans
LSU Health Sciences Center New Orleans
4 years
  • Epsilon Nu, The Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society chapter affiliated with the LSUHSC School of Nursing, will be holding its annual Dr. Linda Corson Jones Scholarship Day on March 27, 2015 at Chateau Country Club in Kenner. This year’s theme is Progressing Scholarship in Practice, Education, Research & Service which speaks to the inclusivity of the conference. In addition to the plenary speakers, the conference will include 3 concomitant podium abstract presentations, interactive workshops and moderated poster sessions. Additional posters will also be displayed throughout the day. This meeting is appropriate for all RNs of various roles whether it be nurses based in hospitals, clinics, public health or other settings, university and college faculty, or nurse executives, we hope you’ll join us.

    We are currently accepting abstracts which can be uploaded at the LSUHSC School of Nursing website http://nursing.lsuhsc.edu/default.aspx on the Sigma Theta Tau Epsilon Chapter logos and it will bring you to the abstract submission page. The conference will be held from 8:00am – 5:00pm with a cocktail reception immediately following the program. We look forward to seeing you there. For more information please contact Dr. Lorrie Powel, Conference Chairperson, at lpowe5@lsuhsc.edu.

    Plenary Speakers:

    Dr. Marie Bakitas, DNSc, APRN, NP-C, AOCN, ACHPN, FAAN, is the Marie L. O'Koren Endowed Chair at the University of Alabama, Birmingham, School of Nursing. Dr. Bakitas’ work has focused on conducting innovative pain and symptom management and palliative care interventions to improve the quality of life and care for people with serious, life-limiting illness and their families through improved management of distressing physical symptoms. Dr. Bakitas will share her experience integrating the 4 foci of the conference theme – practice, education, research and service.

    Dr. Dawn Mueller-Burke, PhD, CRNP, NNP-BC is an Assistant Professor at the University of Maryland School of Nursing. Her work has focused on understanding neonatal brain injury and stem cell applications from the bench to the bedside. She has been instrumental in the development of the pediatric and neonatal nurse practitioner programs her university and has led the development and implementation of their Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) program. Dr. Mueller-Burke will help us disentangle common misperceptions about the different but collaborative roles of the PhD and DNP in nursing.

    Dr. Karen Rice, APRN, ACNS-BC, ANP, is Director of the Center for Nursing Research at Ochsner Medical Center, New Orleans, and an instructor at LSUHSC School of Nursing. Her research focuses on the development of interventions aimed at improving delirium outcomes in patients who have had strokes. As the awardee of the 2014 Sister Genevieve Guyot Research Scholarship, Dr. Rice will share her research and findings supported by this scholarship.

LSU Health Sciences Center New Orleans
LSU Health Sciences Center New Orleans
4 years
  • Below, please find the link to the Fall 2014 issue of the School of Nursing’s newsletter, the Tiger Nursing Times. If you would like to submit information or an article for a future edition, please contact Sherri Chalona at sspera@lsuhsc.edu.

    http://nursing.lsuhsc.edu/Docs/Newsletters/Fall%202014.pdf

LSU Health Sciences Center New Orleans
LSU Health Sciences Center New Orleans
4 years
  • Several of our undergraduate nursing students represented the School of Nursing this past weekend at the Louisiana Association of Student Nurses Convention in Lafayette, LA. Congratulations to our students for receiving the following awards and recognition:

    Best Overall Scrapbook
    Largest Number of Community Service Projects
    Most Horizons Newsletter Article Submissions
    Largest Number of Community Health Items Donated
    Most School Spirit at Opening Night Party
    Best Project - The Image of Nursing
    Best Overall Community Service Project
    Best Dancer: Kellie Jones

    Several of our students were elected to the new LASN Executive Board. Congratulations to the following students:

    Mitrell Osirio – Elected Consultant
    Katelyn Freyou – Breakthrough to Nursing (BTN) Director
    Gabrielle Miller – Special Events Coordinator

LSU Health Sciences Center New Orleans
LSU Health Sciences Center New Orleans
4 years
  • Dr. Stephanie Pierce has been appointed by the ANA Board of Directors to serve on the Center for Ethics and Human Rights Advisory Board through December 2016. Congratulations Dr. Pierce.

LSU Health Sciences Center New Orleans
LSU Health Sciences Center New Orleans
4 years
  • Epsilon Nu's Chapter of STTI will hold a Holiday Silent Auction on December 1st from 9am to 4pm. Contact Judith Gentry at jgentr@lsuhsc.edu for more information.

LSU Health Sciences Center New Orleans
LSU Health Sciences Center New Orleans
4 years
LSU Health Sciences Center New Orleans
LSU Health Sciences Center New Orleans
4 years
LSU Health Sciences Center New Orleans
LSU Health Sciences Center New Orleans
4 years
LSU Health Sciences Center New Orleans
LSU Health Sciences Center New Orleans
4 years
LSU Health Sciences Center New Orleans
LSU Health Sciences Center New Orleans
4 years
  • The first meeting of the semester for the American Assembly of Men in Nursing (AAMN) has been set for Monday, September 8th, from 12 - 1pm. Come join us!

LSU Health Sciences Center New Orleans
LSU Health Sciences Center New Orleans
4 years
  • LSU Nurses' Notes for the week of August 27th.

LSU Health Sciences Center New Orleans
LSU Health Sciences Center New Orleans
4 years
  • Pictures from the School of Nursing's ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. #ALSicebucketchallenge #ALS

LSU Health Sciences Center New Orleans
LSU Health Sciences Center New Orleans
4 years
LSU Health Sciences Center New Orleans
LSU Health Sciences Center New Orleans
4 years
  • There will be an information session for all Post-Masters DNP concentrations from 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM on Wednesday, July 30, 2014 in Room 4AB of the School of Nursing. Light refreshments will be available.

LSU Health Sciences Center New Orleans
LSU Health Sciences Center New Orleans
4 years
LSU Health Sciences Center New Orleans
LSU Health Sciences Center New Orleans
4 years
  • Please plan to attend our Research Brown Bag tomorrow at noon in MEB Seminar Room 5.

LSU Health Sciences Center New Orleans
LSU Health Sciences Center New Orleans
4 years
LSU Health Sciences Center New Orleans
LSU Health Sciences Center New Orleans
4 years
  • The School of Nursing will be hosting a BSN-DNP Informational Session on Tuesday, June 10th from 10 am to 12 pm in room 4B8 of the School of Nursing.

LSU Health Sciences Center New Orleans
LSU Health Sciences Center New Orleans
4 years
  • Please plan to attend our Research Brown Bag on Friday, June 6th at noon in MEB Seminar Room 5. #nowhiteflags

LSU Health Sciences Center New Orleans
LSU Health Sciences Center New Orleans
4 years
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