Faculty Spotlight: Five Honored by BR District Nurses Association

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2016 Br District Nurse Assc

The Baton Rouge District Nurses Association honored several Our Lady of the Lake College nursing faculty with awards for their excellence in nursing, their professionalism and for encouraging the development of fellow nurses. Congratulations to these exceptional nurses and educators: (left to right)

  • Francine Thomas, PhD, RN to BSN Director
  • Nicole Scott, MSN, Instructor, School of Nursing
  • Lindsey Mullins, PhD, Associate Professor, School of Nursing
  • Mandy Broussard, DNP, MSNA, Assistant Program Director, Nurse Anesthesia program
  • Dusty ‘Cole’ Pourciau, MSNA, Instructor, Nurse Anesthesia program

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