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6th Annual Nurses Pinning Ceremony

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Title:
6th Annual Nurses Pinning Ceremony
Abbreviated Title:
Annual nurses pinning ceremony
Physical Description:
4 p. ; 22 cm.
Language:
English
Creator:
The College of the Bahamas. School of Nursing & Allied Health Professions
Publisher:
The College of the Bahamas
Place of Publication:
Nassau, Bahamas
Publication Date:
Frequency:
annual
regular

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Nursing -- Bahamas -- History   ( lcsh )
Commencement exercises -- Bahamas -- Nursing   ( lcsh )
Genre:
serial   ( sobekcm )
yearbook   ( marcgt )
periodical   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
Bahamas

Notes

Statement of Responsibility:
School of Nursing and Allied Health Professions
General Note:
Held May 26th, 2010 in the Performing Arts Centre of the College of The Bahamas.

Record Information

Source Institution:
Hilda Bowen Library
Holding Location:
Hilda Bowen Library
Rights Management:
All rights reserved by the source institution.
System ID:
AA00021212:00006


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A MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT DEBORAH BARTLETT Par t n e r Bartl ett-Mc W ee n e y Communicuti1m s CEO GEMS New Medin N etwork (105.9FM Radio ) DEAR GRADUATES You ar e cros sing a threshol d in your p ro fessional development, from apprentice to profess ional and while you will always con tinu e t o be a learner, you hav e met a first b enchmark and the iight to call yo urs elf a nurse. Lik e hundre d s before you, who h a ve participat e d in this pinning tradition, your induction represents the c ulmination of years of demanding academic w o rk d esigned to prepare y ou to become competent and skilled professionals, dev o t e d to d e livering quality health care The pin you are rec e iv ing toda y is a tangible reminde r that you are also called to b e co mpassionat e and caring to Lhose within your care. A s you proudly w ear your pin, r emembe ring always b ring honour and resp e ct to your profes s i on. R e A ect on this pin and thevirtu es it repre s ents when tested or chal l e n g e d by the limitations of your own humanity. Let it remind you that yo u provide an e ssential cont1ibution to efficient and dynamic health care deliv ery The patients in your ca r e will .need the knowl edge, the skills and the professionalism y ou h a v e acquired during your training. They will also need your respect and compassion, the qualities of spirit w e also so ught to d eve lop during the c ours e of your training L e t this day d e fine how you will direc t your professional future and answer this call to se rvice. Use well the solid foundation that you have rec eive d as you continue to grow and r es p ond to new challenges. the dee p r eso l ve with which you turned your Congratulations a nd warm best wishe s dream into a reality us e that same tenaci ly to Deboral1 Bartlett, co-founder and partner of Bartl e tt-McWeeney Communications (BMC) and the GEMS New M e dia Network ( 105 9), i s responsible for radio and tel e vi s ion produc tion onlin e se rvi ces and business development for the multi-media company. Ms. Bartl e tt is co -host of the Rightsid e t e levision programme which has six million viewe r s on 64 n e twork affiliates including Fox, ABC & CBS, and hosts th e GEMS radio programme "Tell it Like it is" which a irs every Sunday at 6pm. Prior to the establishment of BMC & Gems 105.9 Ms Bartl e tt est ab lished a twenty-year l ong ca reer at the Broadcasting Corporation of The B ahamas wh e r e she s e rved as radio & tel e vision n e ws anchor, c hi e f news e ditor, JANYNE M. HODDER talk show host Assistant General Manage r of several divisions including, T e l e vision News and Sal es and Marketin g She is also founder and presid e nt of the CEO Network an int e rn a tion a l company whose purpose throu g h conferences and seminars is to inspire and strengthen work ethic, raise le ve ls of productivit y and serve as a networking platform for economic empowe rm ent o pportuniti es. Ms Bartlett earned a BA degree in M ass Communicati o ns from Augustana College in Rock I s land lllinois

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ORDER OF CEREMONY MxSTRESS OF CEREMONY Mrs Jormnn J3ethe l -Clwmbers C11rrent RN-BSN stwumt PROCESSION OF FACULTY & GRADUANDS The Coll ege of The Bahamas Concert Band Mr. Christian ]11stilien, Director NATIONAL ANTIIEM The Coll ege of The Bahamas Concert Band INVOCATION M r s Laura. Knowles Assistant Professor, SNAHP WELCOME ADDRESS Mrs Patricia Mill e r -Brown Clw. irpei-son SNAHP REMARKS Ms. Jany11e M Hodd.e1 : Presi d.ent The Colfo ge of Th e Bahamas INTRODUCTION OF SPEAKER Mrs. The resa Mox ey-Adderle y Assistan t Pro f essnr, SNAHP ADDRESS TO GR.\DUANDS Ms Deborah Bartlett, CEO GEMS N e w Media N etwork ( 105 .9FM Radio ) NURSES PLEDGE MUSICAL TRIBUTE To GRADUANDS Ms D estiny Cornfah Stu.d ent Nurse SIGNIFICANCE OF PIN Mrs Sham.el Sands l,ecturer, SNAHP PINNING OF GRADUANDS Mrs. Patricia M ille1--Bmwn, Chairperson SNAHP R eader: Dr Brenda111ae Cleare, D e an Faculty of Pure & Applie d Sciences NURSES PLEDGE Grad11a11d.1 RESPONSES Ms La' Tonia Munroe, Gra.dtLand Assnciate of Science D eg ree Nursing M rs Ma r ine /3rown Graduand, Commmiity H ea lth Nursing Diploma PRESENTATIONS VOTE OF THANKS Mrs. Ingrid Mobl e y f ,ectnrer, SNAHP In full knowle dg e of the obligations I am 1mdertaking, I promise to prmrwte h e alth with all the krwwle dge a.1t1l I tV'itlw1't r egard to Jfoce, Cree d, P o litics, and Social Statu s sparing n o efforts to conserve life, t o c are for the sic k and alleviate I will resp ect, at all time s the dignity and religion s b e liefs of the patients unde r my c a re holding in cor ifid.en ce all p e rsonal infnrmation enlmste d to 111.e a n d r efraining from any action which might endange r life o r health. l will rlu my to ho11uur tlte lntemat-ional Cude uf Nursi11g Ethi c s mul to uphold the in t egr ity of the 111.1rse. GRADUANDS .\ssou \TE OF Sen::'\ CE D1:c1n:F. '\l'BSI:\C .\R.\//HH.'ifl.'R .\'ioslr e /H/ffO. \ F \RIH.\'(;J'O.\'. S/111rny11 COJUJO. \'. ll11li11 llL\'Rl'. C111111li11 J 0 II. \ S 0 .\' Ct1111i11" K\'O\\'/.f.'i. /fos11 L\l.\'( : S11/Jri1111 .\/.WSJ/.\l, L J i111y11 U .ffl/ .f 1'ssit'ker .\II H 'II LU,. .\ll '.\'ROI'.'. J ,11 .. l imia 011:\\L\. lfrc'lll/11 l'L\'.\'. IJl'1111tfra J{()/, J ,1-,' \rf ici11 J{OJ ,U : U11yc11111 IHJU, L .'ilil'risc RO.\/Ut 'frrC':: IHJSI.'. \ dlc11Ci11 s .. u SJJI:ns SfR\Cll.\.\'. l\it111J.U:. lkn rl1 y no.ur:R Sam/rn S/T\10( n. lul!ricl STR\Cll.\S. Clwrle11e ST L\lff. l.i 11tla


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