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Eighth Annual Nurses' Pinning Ceremony

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Title:
Eighth Annual Nurses' Pinning Ceremony
Abbreviated Title:
Annual nurses pinning ceremony
Physical Description:
5 p. : ill. ; 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 23rd, 2012 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.
Resource Identifier:
Classification:
System ID:
AA00021212:00008


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EIGHTHANNUAL NURSES' PINNINGCEREMONY

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MESAGEFROMTHECQ'LLEGEPRESIDENTTheCollege ofTheBahamas takes pride inIts wonderful traditions, a number of which are associated with Commencement.Onesuch tradition is the Nurses' Pinning Ceremony at whichTheCollege and its extended familyhavetheopportunityto assemble to congratulate and salutesmartlyattired nursing programme graduates and recognise theircriticalcontributionto local and international communities.Thespecial pins presented at the ceremony are aptly inscribed with thewords"Educated, Competent and Caring",reflecting theVision and Mission StatementsofThCollege, which speak to meeting the educational aspirations of students andpromotingth values oflearning,leadershipand service.Nurseshave an awesome professional mandate, including restorative care, tending to the sick, ailing or afflicted,aswellasthe promotion of healthcare. Virtually everyone has had need or occasion tobea recipient of nursing care, and likewise virtually all have been appreciative of the same,asnursing is anonymously describedas"the gentleartof caring". It follows, therefore, that our2012nurse graduateshavegood reason tobeproud of their academic and professional attainment.WeatTheCollege are equally proud of them. LastFallTheCollege launchedanAnnual Campus Theme initiative, with the inaugural theme being"Migration".This themeisrele ant to whatisfacing our nurse graduates,asthrehas been aglbal pattern of migration of nurses to developed countries due to heightened demand for these healthcare prof ssionals. Not only areTheCollege's nurse graduates'migrating'to a new stageinlife, academically and professionally, but they are also likely to encounter the pull to migrate to other countries to serveashealth arepI'fessionals. I encourage our2012nurse graduates to learn perpetually, maintain competence and sound character. andbeunflaggingincaring for and serving others, thereby presenting themselveasmodel professionals while doing theiralma materproud.I,onbehalf ofTheCollege fTheBahamas family, salute the2012cohortof nurse graduates. Your nurse pins signal your academic success and professional arrival. Wear them with pnde. Congratulations and all the bestforthe future.

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GUESTSPEAKERWayne Thompsonisthe second son of Bishop Brice and Advira Thompson.Hewas educated at St. Andrew's Schoo!; Tomlinson College; University of Windsor; LouisianaBaptistUniversity;TheAmerican CollegeofTheology and the McHari International College.Heholds a Bachelor of Applied ScienceinBusiness; Masters in Psychology and Counseling; a DoctorateinTheocentric Counseling and a DoctorateinClinical Psychology.Dr.Thompson also received an Honorary Doctor of Humane Letters from SOjourner Douglass College for his workwithdisabilityandfamilylife.HeISamemberof TheAmericanCounselingAssociation,TheAmericanPsychologicalAssociation, andTheAmerican Association of Marriage and Family Therapists. His socialministrybegan whenhebecame thefirstdisabled president ofTheNational CouncilforDisability and won The Government'scommitmentto establish a desk for the disabled. That desk has grown to a unit, and theunitisnow a divisioninthe public service. Dr. Thompson's churchministrybeganin1983whenhebecame a lay minister.In1988hebecameanordainedministerand in 1991hewas called into pastoralministryand served at the Church of God of Prophecy, CarmichaelRoad until March2000.Therehewas led byGodto expand his pastoralministryinto a marriage and family clinic called, "The CenterforRenewing Relationships," tobringbreakthrough solutions to single people,marriedcouples and hurting families.Heismarried to theformerLinda Knowles and they have been blessed with two sons, Harrison and Marcus.

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ORDEROFSERVICE AllisonEstwickMorris, RNI'ROCJ:S 'IONOFGRADUADSTheCollegeofThe BahamasConcertBandMr. Christian Justilien,DirectorNATIONALANTHEMTheCollegeofThe BahamasConcertBandINVOATIONMs. Karol MackeyAssistantProfessor,SNAHPWFLOME ADDIU:S. Mrs.PatriciaMiller-BrownChairperson,SNAHP RI:MARKS Or.Betsy Boze,PresidentTheCollegeofThe Bahamas I TRODUCTI N OF SI'EAKLR MrsAllisonEstwick-Moms, RNAllDRFSSTO GRADUAN I):Or.Wayne Thompson,PsychologistCentre forRenewingRelationships MUSIC"'I SELI:CTION GraduandsSIGNIFI '/\NC[ orPINDr.IngridGibson-MobleyAssistantProfessor,SNAHPI'INNINGrGRADU;\NDSMr.LionelJohnson,InterimDean FacultyofPure&AppliedSciences Mrs. PatriciaMiller-BrownChairperson,SNAHP NURL.'i'I'LLDGI Graduands Ms. Kristin Brown,GraduandBachelorofScienceDegree,NursingI'REEN ATION. Graduands VOT[ 01TIII\NKSMs.KenChera Ingraham, GraduandBachelorofScience Degree,NursingRLCLSSIONALTheCollegeofThe BahamasConcertBand

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GRADUAND$SPRING 20]2 BACHELOR OF .-IENCE DEGREENURSINGPARKER,Amanr)a 0 N SANDS,MichaelaR.WILSON,JervandaA.REGISTERED NURSE BACHELOR OFself E DECREE NURINGBASTIAN,Lisa C DEEVEAUX,F rnekaC.FARRINGTON,TamazinaF.S.MCINTOSH, Barcia W MCKENZIE, AnnastasiaV.THOMPSONBURROWS,Me//issa M FALL2011CERTIfiCATETRAINEDCLINICALNURSE ROLLE, Joycelyn A,SO lATE OF SCIENCE EGREENURSINGBETHEL,Deldreann BULLARD,SeanBUTLER,AprilCLARKE,Lett/ciaDELANCY,CharmainFARQUHARSON,ValeriaFERNANDER,Tarique HEPBURN, Kayshul/a JOHNSON,KanyaROBINSON, NakdaTAYLOR,LenniaTA YLOR, SamanthaTHURSTON,Sharine Bi\CHHOR OF SClEN 'E DEGREENURSINGARMBRISTER,DianaBETHEL,AlexisBOWLEG,ShyondaBROWN,KristinCOLE,GayleneCURRY,TakeiaDEVEAUX,TeishaFERGUSON,Deandra INGRAHAM, KenCheraJAMES,RenethaL1GHTBOURNE,DestiniMILLER,AntoniaNEWRY,Shanika OUITEN, AthureaRANGER,StanclaSAUNDERS,Ashnel/ STRACHAN, Cornell STRACHAN, RishonneSTUART.FrancheskaTHOMPSON,HerbelenaTHURSTON,StanleyTURNER,Jacqueline USHER, Kerstin WILMOT-PINDER, AntheaWILSON,BrickelRE ,ISTEI-ZED NURSE Bi\CIIUOI{ OF SCIENCE DEGREEURSlNGCURTIS-ROLLE,Eloise

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NURSES'PLEDGEInfullknowledgeoftheobligationsIamundertakrng, Ipromisetopromotehealthwithallthe knowledge, skillsandunderstandingI possesswithoutregardtoRace, Creed, Colour,PoliticsandSocialStatus,sparingnoefforts to conserve life, to care for thesickandalleviatesuffering. Iwillrespect,atalltimes, thedignityandreligIOus beliefsofthepatientsundermycare,holdinginconfidenceallpersonalrnformatlOnentrustedtomeandrefrainingfromanyactionwhichmightendange,life or health. IwilldomyutmosttohonourtheInternationalCodeofNursingEthicsandtoupholdtheintegntyofthe nurse.NUR 'ES' PINNING COMMrn'E[; Chairperson: Mrs. YvonneMcKenzieMembers:Mrs. Coral Dean; Ms.ShamaelSands; Mrs. Esther Sherman-Jolly


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