The Future of Nursing in Southwest Louisiana


The Louisiana Action Coalition held its fifth regional forum on Friday, Oct. 24, in Lake Charles. Approximately 80 nurses and nursing students attended the event where they discussed the future of nursing in southwest Louisiana. The program included a panel discussion with representatives from nursing education, nurse employers, policy makers and health care consumers. Lillee Gelinas, MSN, RN, FAAN, system vice president and chief nursing officer of the clinical excellence services division for CHRISTUS Health, was the keynote speaker.

To view the photo album from the event, use this link: Photos

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The Campaign for Action is working on both the national level and in every state, engaging with consumers, nurses, other clinicians, insurers, health care systems, employers, educators, funders, and public policy makers—all the stakeholders who need to be involved in system change.

 

Our vision: Everyone in Louisiana can live a healthier life, supported by nurses as essential partners in providing care and promoting health equity and well-being.

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