NSULA College of Nursing and School of Allied Health

NSULA College of Nursing and School of Allied Health

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CNA to LPN to ASN to BSN... Now on to MSN! It has been a long and winding road. I wouldn't change a thing.
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The Nursing & Allied Health Library is offering several unique seminar offerings in November. Sign up for one of our WebEx seminars here: http://libguides.nsula.edu/c.php?g=672898&p=7099495
Hello my fellow demons, I have been afforded the opportunity to be elected as your state nurses association president for the 2019-2020 term. I desire to hear from you all if there is anything I can do to help you on your way to becoming a Registered Nurse. I am always accessible and can be reached at [email protected]
I look forward to helping you anyway I can.
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Challenge to all my fellow nursing and allied health students. Sign up is free and a free t-shirt as well.
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Does anyone have any information on what the clinical schedule is like at he Shreveport campus? Like what days/ hours you actually are in class or in a hospital.
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Hello Everyone! I just wanted to let you all know that I am the Campus Advocate for UWorld. You can get a subscription at any time. I would recommend doing it now, so you will have enough time to study it for your current classes and before you take the NCLEX-RN. This is a great study tool. There is a trial version available if you want to check it out before you purchase. Go to https://www.uworld.com/NCLEX/nclex_rn_qbank.aspx
and click on the "Try Sample Questions" link located under the photo. Please check out their site and let me know if you have any questions. https://www.uworld.com/aboutus.aspx
There is also a closed group on Facebook you can join. It is extremely helpful. That link is https://www.facebook.com/groups/NCLEXUWorld/ In addition, I want to let you all know I work directly with a marketing coordinator at UWorld and will pass along anything you would like me to. I have monthly reports that I must submit to him as well.
P.S. I made 100% on the required ATI COMPREHENSIVE PREDICTOR!!! Just sayin’….hint hint hint
Hello Everyone! I just wanted to let you all know that I am the Campus Advocate for UWorld. You can get a subscription at any time. I would recommend doing it now, so you will have enough time to study it for your current classes and before you take the NCLEX-RN. This is a great study tool. There is a trial version available if you want to check it out before you purchase. Go to https://www.uworld.com/NCLEX/nclex_rn_qbank.aspx
and click on the "Try Sample Questions" link located under the photo. Please check out their site and let me know if you have any questions. https://www.uworld.com/aboutus.aspx
There is also a closed group on Facebook you can join. It is extremely helpful. That link is https://www.facebook.com/groups/NCLEXUWorld/ In addition, I want to let you all know I work directly with a marketing coordinator at UWorld and will pass along anything you would like me to. I have monthly reports that I must submit to him as well.

I JUST MADE 100% on the ATI COMPREHENSIVE PREDICTOR!!! Just sayin'....hint hint hint

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Photos from NSULA College of Nursing and School of Allied Health's post 05/27/2021

Today we welcomed our next group of nursing students at Freshman Connection 2!!! Big shout out to our clinical students who performed a student skit!! #forkemdemons @nsula_fye

Timeline Photos 05/26/2021

Congratulations, Dr. Cindy McGuire!!

The ASRT Foundation has awarded funding to a researcher at the College of Nursing and School of Allied Health at Northwestern State University in Louisiana. Cindy McGuire, Ed.D., R.T.(R)(M), will investigate the predictive relationship between levels of resilience, emotional intelligence and age in health care students using a non-experimental predictive correlational design.

Learn more: https://bit.ly/2RMnNsd

05/26/2021

We are excited to announce that our nurse anesthesia program has received full accreditation!

Northwestern’s nurse anesthesia program builds off the tradition of excellence established by the CoNSAH.

“For almost 75 years, the College of Nursing at NSU has prepared thousands of nurses and advanced practice nurses for entry into the healthcare workforce. Now, our fully accredited nurse anesthesia program means that even more advanced practice nurses will be moving into an area of healthcare with a critical demand,” Hicks said.

Read the full article here: https://www.nsula.edu/nurse-anesthesia-program-earns-full-accreditation/

We are excited to announce that our nurse anesthesia program has received full accreditation!

Northwestern’s nurse anesthesia program builds off the tradition of excellence established by the CoNSAH.

“For almost 75 years, the College of Nursing at NSU has prepared thousands of nurses and advanced practice nurses for entry into the healthcare workforce. Now, our fully accredited nurse anesthesia program means that even more advanced practice nurses will be moving into an area of healthcare with a critical demand,” Hicks said.

Read the full article here: https://www.nsula.edu/nurse-anesthesia-program-earns-full-accreditation/

Photos from NSULA College of Nursing and School of Allied Health's post 05/20/2021

So excited to welcome our new freshmen at @nsula Freshman Connection 1!!! @nsula_fye #forkemdemons

Photos from Northwestern State University's post 05/17/2021

We are so proud of our graduates!

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05/13/2021

Fall 2021

We can't wait to you back on campus! #ForkEmDemons

05/09/2021
05/07/2021

Celebrating and honoring the Senior Class of 2021!

Brittany Remo was born in Shreveport, La and raised in Natchitoches, La where she graduated from Natchitoches Central High School, Class of 2008.

She has obtained an Associate of Science in Nursing degree from Northwestern State University with the Spring Class of 2021. She is also working towards obtaining her Bachelor of Science in Nursing.

In the future she wishes to pursue her goals of becoming a CRNA along with specializing in trauma.

Brittany's message to family and friends: I would like to first thank God for having it in his will to obtain this degree, I would like to thank my children and all of my family, friends, for their support throughout this transition. The sky’s the limit! As I continue to accomplish my goals, I will forever keep God first in life. Thanks Everybody!!

Celebrating and honoring the Senior Class of 2021!

Brittany Remo was born in Shreveport, La and raised in Natchitoches, La where she graduated from Natchitoches Central High School, Class of 2008.

She has obtained an Associate of Science in Nursing degree from Northwestern State University with the Spring Class of 2021. She is also working towards obtaining her Bachelor of Science in Nursing.

In the future she wishes to pursue her goals of becoming a CRNA along with specializing in trauma.

Brittany's message to family and friends: I would like to first thank God for having it in his will to obtain this degree, I would like to thank my children and all of my family, friends, for their support throughout this transition. The sky’s the limit! As I continue to accomplish my goals, I will forever keep God first in life. Thanks Everybody!!

05/07/2021

Celebrating and honoring the Senior Class of 2021!

LaTamra Smith was born in Shreveport, La and raised in Coushatta, La where she graduated from Red River High School, Class of 2010.

LaTamra has now completed the Master of Science in Nursing program with Northwestern State University Spring Class of 2021. Her research project was entitled: Pain and Perceptions Associated with Intrauterine Device (IUD) Insertions.

She obtained a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree from Southern University and A&M College in 2014.

LaTamra currently works in the labor and delivery unit at Rapides Regional Women’s and Children’s Hospital. In the future she wishes to pursue a job as a women’s health nurse practitioner.

LaTamra's message to family and friends: First and foremost, thank you God because without you none of this would have been possible. To my son, Drake, thank you for being my motivation, your love, and patience. Mommy loves you BIG-BIG, sweet boy! To my village and coworkers, the phrase “THANK YOU” is certainly not enough to express my gratitude to you all. You all were my strength through this entire program. To anyone who has said “I am proud of you”, THANK YOU!

Celebrating and honoring the Senior Class of 2021!

LaTamra Smith was born in Shreveport, La and raised in Coushatta, La where she graduated from Red River High School, Class of 2010.

LaTamra has now completed the Master of Science in Nursing program with Northwestern State University Spring Class of 2021. Her research project was entitled: Pain and Perceptions Associated with Intrauterine Device (IUD) Insertions.

She obtained a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree from Southern University and A&M College in 2014.

LaTamra currently works in the labor and delivery unit at Rapides Regional Women’s and Children’s Hospital. In the future she wishes to pursue a job as a women’s health nurse practitioner.

LaTamra's message to family and friends: First and foremost, thank you God because without you none of this would have been possible. To my son, Drake, thank you for being my motivation, your love, and patience. Mommy loves you BIG-BIG, sweet boy! To my village and coworkers, the phrase “THANK YOU” is certainly not enough to express my gratitude to you all. You all were my strength through this entire program. To anyone who has said “I am proud of you”, THANK YOU!

05/07/2021

Celebrating and honoring the Senior Class of 2021!

Brittney Chandler was born in Texarkana, Texas and raised in Springhill, Louisiana where she graduated from North Webster High School, Class of 2014.

She has obtained an Associate of Science in Nursing degree from Northwestern State University with the Spring Class of 2021.

Brittney has accepted a job in the Labor & Delivery Unit at Willis Knighton South. In the future, she wishes to pursue her BSN from Northwestern.

Brittney's message to family and friends: Thank you to my family, friends, instructors, and awesome friends I have made during nursing school. I know without the support of each one of you I would not have made it this far. A special thank you to my wonderful boyfriend Zack for being my biggest fan and believing in me even when I did not. I would also like to thank my best friend, Reagan, for being such a great role model as a nurse and always offering her help throughout nursing school. To my Dad, Kristie, Sue, and Tommy, thank y'all for all the support over the years and always believing in me. It has not been an easy path but definitely worth it.

Celebrating and honoring the Senior Class of 2021!

Brittney Chandler was born in Texarkana, Texas and raised in Springhill, Louisiana where she graduated from North Webster High School, Class of 2014.

She has obtained an Associate of Science in Nursing degree from Northwestern State University with the Spring Class of 2021.

Brittney has accepted a job in the Labor & Delivery Unit at Willis Knighton South. In the future, she wishes to pursue her BSN from Northwestern.

Brittney's message to family and friends: Thank you to my family, friends, instructors, and awesome friends I have made during nursing school. I know without the support of each one of you I would not have made it this far. A special thank you to my wonderful boyfriend Zack for being my biggest fan and believing in me even when I did not. I would also like to thank my best friend, Reagan, for being such a great role model as a nurse and always offering her help throughout nursing school. To my Dad, Kristie, Sue, and Tommy, thank y'all for all the support over the years and always believing in me. It has not been an easy path but definitely worth it.

05/07/2021

Celebrating and honoring the Senior Class of 2021!

Brandy Gray was born in Bossier City Louisiana and raised in Bossier City where she graduated from Bossier High School, Class of 1994.

She has obtained an Associate of Science in Nursing degree from Northwestern State University with the Spring Class of 2021. Having earned her LPN in 2001, she has a devoted her nursing career to care for the elderly, those in need of rehabilitation services, Alzheimer’s Disease, Respiratory impaired, and acute care illnesses.
Brandy is currently taking a break from work to devote her time to studying for the NCLEX exam. She is interested in emergency medicine and intensive care areas. She wishes to pursue traveling and care for as many people she can.

Brandy would like to take this opportunity to thank Tommy Beckham and Edie Turner for their help in carrying her through college math. Her husband Rolland Smith for supporting her this year. Everyone that told her: “You can do this”, or “you got this” when she needed an uplift. For those special people that remembered when her tests were and checked on her afterwards. To the “Ten to the end group” She would not be here without all of your support. She thanks you for sending out reminders, helpful hints during study times, and making her laugh. We all made it! To her classmates, always remember the love and dedication you have shown this profession, may it carry on in your heart, and flow through your soul into your patients. Best wishes to each of you!

Celebrating and honoring the Senior Class of 2021!

Brandy Gray was born in Bossier City Louisiana and raised in Bossier City where she graduated from Bossier High School, Class of 1994.

She has obtained an Associate of Science in Nursing degree from Northwestern State University with the Spring Class of 2021. Having earned her LPN in 2001, she has a devoted her nursing career to care for the elderly, those in need of rehabilitation services, Alzheimer’s Disease, Respiratory impaired, and acute care illnesses.
Brandy is currently taking a break from work to devote her time to studying for the NCLEX exam. She is interested in emergency medicine and intensive care areas. She wishes to pursue traveling and care for as many people she can.

Brandy would like to take this opportunity to thank Tommy Beckham and Edie Turner for their help in carrying her through college math. Her husband Rolland Smith for supporting her this year. Everyone that told her: “You can do this”, or “you got this” when she needed an uplift. For those special people that remembered when her tests were and checked on her afterwards. To the “Ten to the end group” She would not be here without all of your support. She thanks you for sending out reminders, helpful hints during study times, and making her laugh. We all made it! To her classmates, always remember the love and dedication you have shown this profession, may it carry on in your heart, and flow through your soul into your patients. Best wishes to each of you!

05/07/2021

Celebrating and honoring the Senior Class of 2021!

Dominique Parker was born and raised in Shreveport, LA where she graduated from Captain Shreve High School, Class of 2008.

Dominique obtained a Practical Nursing Diploma from Louisiana State University at Shreveport in December 2018. She has now completed the Associate of Science in Nursing degree from Northwestern State University with the Spring Class of 2021.

Dominique has not accepted a job yet but plans to right after she takes the NCLEX. She is currently enrolled in the RN-BSN program at NSU, which she plans to have completed by Spring 2022. In the future she wishes to become a travel nurse, get her Masters and eventually become a Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist.

Dominique Parker's message to family and friends: I would like to first thank God. I’m so thankful to Him for giving me the strength to make it through nursing school. I would not be here without Him. To my children, Jayden and Gracelyn, Mommy did it! Thank you for motivating me, pushing me, and never giving up on me. Mommy worked so hard and she earned it all for you. You two are the most important people in my life. I love you so much. To my family and friends, thank you for putting up with me these last 3 semesters. I couldn’t have made it without your prayer, support, and encouragement. I appreciate everything you have done for me. I love you guys. All of my hard work and the sacrifices I’ve made was all worth it. I’m finally done. I did it!

Celebrating and honoring the Senior Class of 2021!

Dominique Parker was born and raised in Shreveport, LA where she graduated from Captain Shreve High School, Class of 2008.

Dominique obtained a Practical Nursing Diploma from Louisiana State University at Shreveport in December 2018. She has now completed the Associate of Science in Nursing degree from Northwestern State University with the Spring Class of 2021.

Dominique has not accepted a job yet but plans to right after she takes the NCLEX. She is currently enrolled in the RN-BSN program at NSU, which she plans to have completed by Spring 2022. In the future she wishes to become a travel nurse, get her Masters and eventually become a Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist.

Dominique Parker's message to family and friends: I would like to first thank God. I’m so thankful to Him for giving me the strength to make it through nursing school. I would not be here without Him. To my children, Jayden and Gracelyn, Mommy did it! Thank you for motivating me, pushing me, and never giving up on me. Mommy worked so hard and she earned it all for you. You two are the most important people in my life. I love you so much. To my family and friends, thank you for putting up with me these last 3 semesters. I couldn’t have made it without your prayer, support, and encouragement. I appreciate everything you have done for me. I love you guys. All of my hard work and the sacrifices I’ve made was all worth it. I’m finally done. I did it!

05/07/2021

Congratulations, Angela Rash!

Congrats to Angela Rash for completing the BASAH program!!

Angela is from Shreveport, LA, Grew up in Bridge City Tx and graduated from Bridge City High in 1997.
Angela Graduated with AAS in Medical Technology in 2000 from Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College. Angela Graduated with AAS in Physical Therapy Assistant in 2016 from Bossier Parish Community College.
She has been working as a licensed PTA for 4.5 years and Currently working at The Guest House Skilled Nursing Facility and PRN at Willis Knighton Hospital.
Angela is currently training to become a rehab director and says she plans to rest and enjoy life without school! Great job, Angela!!

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05/07/2021

Celebrating and honoring the Senior Class of 2021!

Beatrice Kipruto was born in born and raised in Kenya and raised in where she graduated from Kapkenda Girls High school, Class of 2005.

She has obtained an Associate of Science in Nursing degree from Northwestern State University with the Spring Class of 2021. She obtained her Bachelor of Science in Biology from Wiley college in 2014.

She migrated to USA in 2010 and Served in the US Military from 2014-2019 where she was honorably discharged to pursue her Nursing career.

Beatrice has a job offer with the Department of Veterans Affairs; in the future, she wishes to pursue the Acute Care Nurse Practitioner degree.

Beatrice's message to family and friends: Thank you for your support and motivations throughout this program. This was one of the hardest things I have ever done in and without the constant reinforcement from my classmates, I would not have made it. To my family, “I do my best because I’m counting on you counting on me.” Maya Angelou.

Celebrating and honoring the Senior Class of 2021!

Beatrice Kipruto was born in born and raised in Kenya and raised in where she graduated from Kapkenda Girls High school, Class of 2005.

She has obtained an Associate of Science in Nursing degree from Northwestern State University with the Spring Class of 2021. She obtained her Bachelor of Science in Biology from Wiley college in 2014.

She migrated to USA in 2010 and Served in the US Military from 2014-2019 where she was honorably discharged to pursue her Nursing career.

Beatrice has a job offer with the Department of Veterans Affairs; in the future, she wishes to pursue the Acute Care Nurse Practitioner degree.

Beatrice's message to family and friends: Thank you for your support and motivations throughout this program. This was one of the hardest things I have ever done in and without the constant reinforcement from my classmates, I would not have made it. To my family, “I do my best because I’m counting on you counting on me.” Maya Angelou.

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