Citation

Material Information

Title:
Tenth Annual Pinning ceremony, Spring 2015
Alternate title:
10th annual nurses' pinning ceremony
Abbreviated Title:
Annual nurses' pinning ceremony
Creator:
The College of the Bahamas. School of Nursing & Allied Health Professions
Place of Publication:
Nassau, Bahamas
Publisher:
The College of the Bahamas
Publication Date:
Frequency:
annual
regular
Language:
English
Physical Description:
4 p. : ill. ; 22 cm.

Subjects

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

Notes

General Note:
Held Friday May 29th, 2015 at 2:00 p.m.,Performing Arts Centre, The College of The Bahamas.
General Note:
Lists names of graduates of the Bachelor of Science in Nursing, Registered Nurse-Bachelor of Science in Nursing, Associate of Science in Nursing, Certificate - Trained Clinical Nursing, Diploma - Midwifery.
Statement of Responsibility:
School of Nursing and Allied Health Professions

Record Information

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

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NURSES PINNING CEREMONY Spring 2018 UNIVERSITY OF THE BAHAMAS f I :!3rd 201 R, 10:00 a.m. ft'enda/ G. L. Laac.1 . \"atirmal (iym!W .Iiwn J 1)1dtal TlwmjJ.mn Boulevard Forward Together in Pursuit of Greatness

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GuEsT SPEAKER Mrs. Jennifer Camille King Jennifer Camille King is a committed, compassionate, caring nurse practitioner who is passionate about the pursuit of excellence and who has always given distinguished service She believes in the provision of quality care and competent and safe practice at the highest possible standard. Her basic training began in 1981 at the Department of Nursing Education Nassau, ti:om which she received the Registered Nurse (RN) Diploma She was a member of the first class to be awarded a Diploma in Midwifery from the College of The Bahamas (now University of The Bahamas) in 1995 where she went on to complete the Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) with Distinction in 2005 and receive the BSN Award and Award for Academic Excellence in Nursing as well as the President s Award. She currently holds a Master of Science Degree in Pub I ic Administration with First Class Honours (2008) and continues to pursue short courses and attend sessions, seminars and conferences. Nurse King is a member of the National Association of School Nurses, the Midwives Association of The Commonwealth of The Bahamas and has served as Secretary, then Chairperson, of the National Nurses' Recognition Committee (2003-2007). She has been actively involved in the Nurse s' Association of The Commonwealth of The Bahamas (NACB) since 1983 as a nursing student She later served as Secretary (2006 2010) and has represented the NACB at regional and international conferences. Among other awards in 2017 she received a Zenith Award for her contribution to the Advancement of the Nursing Profession. Nurse King has worked at the Princess Margaret Hospital; the Department of Public Health (Abaco) and as Nursing Student Liaison Offic e r in the Office of the Director ofNursing. She retired from the Public Service in 2011, after thirty years of dedicated and distinguished service. She now serves as the School Nurse at her alma mater, St. John s College, where she cares for and counsels students. Additionally she is the facilitator of the St John's Nursing Cadet Programme where she mentors participants in the importance of maintaining high standards and pursuing excellence She volunteers her Nursing expertise and time in the community at various events as well as at her church. Nurse King has been married to Clement D. King for the past thirty-one years and together the couple has four children: Yasmin, Simone Sinclair and Jeremy and two sons-in-law Ethan and Donteil.

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ORDER OF CEREMONY Moderator Julian Moncur RN, Public Hospitals Authority Procession of Candidates University of The Bahamas Pop Band National Anthem Please join us in the singing of the National Anthem led by: University of The Bahamas Pop Band Invocation Youlander Bullard Candidate for Graduation Diploma, Community Health Nursing Welcome Yvonne McKenzie MSN, Assistant Professor / Chair Nursing and Allied Health Professions Remarks Dr. Linda A. Davis Provost Introduction of Speaker Lennoshka Munroe Candidate for Graduation Diploma, Midwifery Address Mrs. Jennifer Camille King Registered Nurse (RN) and Registered Midwife (RM) Musical Selection University of The Bahamas Pop Band Significance of Pin Tamica Woods-Knowles Candidate for Graduation Diploma, Community Health Nursing Damara Mcintosh Candidate for Graduation Bachelor ofScience, Nursing Pinning of Candidates Dr. Carlton Watson Dean, Pure and Applied Sciences Yvonne McKenzie Doreen Butler Head of Department, Nursing Nurse's Pledge Graduands Response Gina Ferguson Candidate for Graduation Diploma, Community Health Nursing Special Presentations Led by Victoria McKenzie Candidate for Graduation Diploma, Midwije1y Vote of Thanks Cheyenne Courtemanche Candidate for Graduation Bachelor of Science, Nursing Recessional University of The Bahamas Pop Band

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CANDIDATES FOR GRADUATION Diploma, Community Health Nursing ADAMS, Sheryl R. BOYD Beverly BULLARD, Youlander B. COLEBROOK, Ava E. CORNISH, Charmaine A EVANS, Bridgette P FERGUSON, Gina L. HALL Trineka M HENFIELD Desamona S. INGRAHAM, Enith R. LEWIS, Monique S MARTIN, Lucy L. MOSS-HARRIS La Donna T MUNROE, Tanya M. NEWBOLD Jacquelyn P. NEWTON, Carla L. ROLLE, Aleta R. ROLLE-WRIGHT Meshelle D. SEYMOUR, Andrea V. STUART Elaine M WOOD-KNOWLES, Tamica L. Diploma, Midwifery ARMBRISTER, Elicia J. BECKLES Amanda D. 4 CALMA-MACKEY Mae N CARTWRIGHT, E vel y n J CHRISTIE M a rcia J DAVIS Janiska Y ENEAS, Alexis A. D GREENSLADE Verna S. HUMES Stac y S C. MCKENZIE, Victoria MINNIS, Rena G. MUNROE, Lennoshka J PICKERING Janelle N RICHARDS Deandra S. ROLLE, Rogann R. ROLLE-PATTON Arlicia A. ROMER, Julanda A. SANDS Diana A. TAYLOR, Denise N. WEST, Shantelette L. WILSON Joan M. Bachelor of Science, Nursing ALLENS, Anitra S AMBROSE Tarvis K BABBS, Traval A BAILEY-MAYCOCK Pauline P BAIN Eniskha S BARR, Nicola A

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BEEN -MCKENZIE, Tiajuana A. F ER G USON Sta cy L. BENEBY Dominique S FERGUSON Terressa T. BLACK-PINTARD, Chevelle C. FERNANDER, Lachell I -I. BODI E, Donis hca C. F OSTER Tina-Gay N BROWN, Bria A FOWLER Cianne K A. F. BROWN Clevonya 0. G FRANCIS Jahred S. M. ) BURROWS Nikisha L. GARDINER, Dakita C. BURROWS Peatra L. L. GARDINER, Chakanna R. ) BUTLER, Philippa A. GIBSON Chanea C. C. C AREY Jullianna G P GIBSON Laronda B CARGILL Destin y B F GIBSON, Otisheka C. C ARICE Nancy GILLES, Charlene V. CLARKE Al e xcia 0 GRANT, Johnelte A CLARKE Brianna A A. GRAY Cierra Q. CLARKE Anfernika D HALL, Jolesse C. CLARK E -CASH Aly s sa K HAVEN Marissa S COAKL E Y Anastaci a A. R F. H E PBURN Ph ylic ia W. COLLIE Kuanda W. JOHNSON, Britney M COURTEMANCHE, Cheyenne N. JOHNSON Stephan A. C URRY, Nichelle A JOLLY Rejee S. CURRY GARCIA, Renell JONES, Sasha S. ) DARVILLE Eva A B. JONES, Shan ice E ) DEAL Britne y Q JOSEPH Erica E. DEAN, Gine a L. KNOWLES Angel T. J DEMERITTE, Charice V. LEADON, Whitnell B. DOUGLAS It a lia K LUBIN Michelle DUNCOMBE, Brendeka P. MARSHALL, Lavanna EVANS Samantha E. MAYCOCK Myrtha FERGUSON Phyleice B MCINTOSH, Damara A

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MILLER, Kamla B. MILLER, Vinillia MINGO, Diane C. N MORLEY Corenika D A. MOSS, Shawnique N. MULLINGS, Tammie! S. MUNROE, Ruby D. MUSGROVE Shanteria T. NEWMAN, Latoya, A. NEWMAN, Oneisha C. NOTTAGE, Jeffenique K. OLIVIER, Vithlene PAUL, Gladys RAHMING, Candice N RAHMING, Jadeena B. ROLLE, Jacqueline E. ROLLE, Kristin S. ROLLE, Shanticqua L. RUSSELL, Esther D. P. SAUNDERS, Tien T. L. A. SCARLETT, Joycelyn A. SCAVELLA-ELLIS Birtonya V.I. SEYMOUR, 1l1era A SMITH, Lakeisa 0 V. SMITH, Leria N. SMITH, Unique P STORR, D'Andra M. STUART, Keriann B. TIMAR, Adlaine TOUSSAINT, Jennifer WATSON Altheameze Y. WILLIAMS, Nicole S H. WOODS, Michelle N. YOUNG, Lyndell C. Associate of Science, Nursing SANDS, David L. Certificate, Trained Clinical Nurse DEVEAUX Stantina L.

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NuRSEs' PLEDGE J n 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 patient under my care, holding in confidence all personal information entrusted to me and refraining from any action which may endanger life or health I will do my utmost to uphold the International Code of Nursing Ethics and to uphold the integrity of the nurse SPRING 2018 NuRSES PINNING CoMMITTEE Leah A. Rolle Shamel Y. Sands Miriam Sands 7

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