The School of Nursing is dedicated to providing educational opportunities to students with diverse educational and cultural backgrounds while inspiring life-long learning through scholarly activities and service. Educational excellence fosters development of safe, professional, registered nurses that provide quality patient centered care in diverse health care environments.
To be recognized as a leader in nursing education preparing professional nurses that have a positive impact on the health of their community.
Students entering first-semester clinical courses at LSUA participated in Trauma Informed Care and Emotional Intelligence Training, hosted by Kelli Cook with Hopeful Insights Consulting.
This training is designed to help students understand how trauma, abuse, and stress can influence patients’ behaviors and responses in healthcare settings.
Kelli also introduced them to the importance of understanding and practicing the 4 Pillars of Emotional Intelligence:
The overall goal of the training is to build the resilience and competence required for program completion, which will increase the number of LSUA ASN graduates entering the healthcare workforce.
The workshop was funded by a Healthcare Occupations Grant from The Rapides Foundation.
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The workshop was funded by a Healthcare Occupations Program Grant from The Rapides Foundation.
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