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The School of Nursing & Allied Health Professions Fourth Annual PINNING Ceremony -------9/rkl// th 11i11elemtli rj'9JJ:iy /1110 1Jlr,tt1Jrt.11d a11r! ei7At &f'tten (i ekt('t-, i11 the e1(r-'Jli11y 6/Ja!ta111aJ "PARTNERSHIP FOR QUALITY CARE"
THI COl l[GE 01 1111 KAIL\\lAS School of Nursing and Allied Health Professions rourth Annual Nurses Pinning Ceremony Master of Ceremonies Mr. Richardson Desmangles Registered Nurse, Public Hospitals Authority Processional The College of The Bahamas Concert Band Mr. Christian Justilien, Director National Anthem The College of The Bahamas Concert Band & Participants lnwocation Mrs. Michelle Rolle, Registered Nurse Clinical Preceptor, Princess Margaret Hospital Welcome Address Mrs. Laura Knowles, Chairperson, School of Nursing and Allied Health Professions lntrodudion of President Dr. Rhonda Chipman-Johnson Executive Vice-President and Vice-President of Academi c Affairs Remarks President Janyne M Hodder Musical Selection The College of The Bahamas Concert Band Introduction of Keynote Speaker Shirley Curtis, Assistant Professor, School of Nursing and Allied Health Professions Keynote Address Mrs. Wdlamae Hamilton-Stuart Nursing Advisor, Public Hospital s Authority Tribute to Graduand_ s Students Nurses Club Significance of Pin Mrs. Patricia Miller-Brown Head of Department, Nursing Pinning of Graduands Dr. Brenda Cleare, Dean, Faculty of Pure & Applied Sciences Mrs. Laura Knowles, Chair, School of Nursing & Allied Health Professions Ms. Doreen Butler Coordinator, Internshi p Programme Nurses' Pledge Graduands In full knowledge of the obligations I am undertaking, I promise to promote health with all the knowledge, skills and understanding I possess without regard to Race, Creed, Colour, Politics and Social Status, sparing no efforts to conserve life, to care for the sick and alleviate suffering. I will respect.at all times, the dignity and religious beliefs of the patients under my care, holding in confidence all personal information entrusted to me and
refraining from any action which might endanger life or health. I will do my utmost to honour the International Code of Nursing Ethics and to uphold the integrity of the nurse. Presentations Graduands Vote of Thanks Ms. Leah Rolle, Lecturer, School of Nursing and Allied Health Professions ReHssional The College of The Bahamas Concert Band School of Nursing and Allied Health Professions GRADUANDS BACHELO!t OF SC!EllCE DEREE RN-BSN Programme MARTINBOROUGH, Marleen AsSOCIATE OF SclENCE DEGREE Nursing ADAMS, Latisha ARMBRISTER, Alicia BARR, Carmeal BASTIAN, Henrietta BRENNEN, Shavonne BROOKS, Rashan BULLARD, Alexandria BURROWS, Alonzia BURROWS, Vanessa CALMA, Mae CAMPBELL, Garnell COAKLEY, Malissa CURRY, Latoya DARLING, Shyantell DAVIS, Janiska DEAN, Kimberly FARQUHARSON, Alicia FARRINGTON, Margo FERGUSON, Jamie-lee FERGUSON, Nicola FERNAN DER, Krishma GAITOR, Olivia HAN NA, Kaylisa HUNT, Lacara HYPOLITE-SANDS, Julian KING, Diandra MARSHALL, Theresa M c B RI DE, Shavonne NEWTON, Tamaris OLIVER, Randina PETERSON, Karen PETERSON, Mario PETTY, Malleah RICHARDSON, Antonia RAHMING, Lanique RAMSEY, Patrice RIGBY, Candice ROLLE, Bianca ROLLE, Shenique ROLLE, Tamara ROXBURY, Daphne RUSELL, Laura S MITH, Hendrea STUBBS, Linda WALKINE, Diania