To provide leadership and excellence in nursing education, practice, research, and public service. The School of Nursing prepares professional nurse leaders that function as generalists, advanced practice nurses, educators, scholars, and researchers to transform nursing and health care. Vision Statement The vision of the School of Nursing is to improve global health as an innovative leader of excellence in nursing. Core Values are the beliefs that describe, define, and direct our work through the university and its operations. Essentially, values underlie what are primary to our belief system. The word value comes from the French verb, valoir, meaning “to be worth.” Valor and worthiness guide the work we do. Through our mission, philosophy and sharing of experiences, LSUHSC, School of Nursing has discovered and unearthed its Core Values. As a fundamental set of guiding principles, Core Values provide direction and purpose.
Director – Nurse Midwifery Program
Under broad review from the Associate Dean for Professional Practice, Community Service and Advanced Nursing Practice, the incumbent is responsible for the daily organization and administration of the BSN to DNP Nurse-Midwifery Program of study with primary responsibility for the development, implementation, and coordination of student didactic & clinical learning experiences. Minimum Qualifications Doctorate Nurse Midwife Certification and APRN License (at start date) Three to Five years Experience in a nurse-midwifery program as a faculty member or administrator Master?s in Nursing (concentration in nurse-midwifery) or Post-masters certificate in nurse-midwifery.
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