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Study abroad with an advanced culture care nurse, Dr. Jennie Gunn. We are going to Ireland! Interested in going in August of 2017 to study culture? Email jgunn@southalabama.edu

Upcoming Chapter Conference!
When: April 7, 2017
Where: Mississippi College, Clinton, MS
Present, attend! More information coming soon!

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Transcultural Nursing Society Conference (International!)
When: October 2017
Where: New Orleans, LA
Present, Attend!! More information on website at tcns.org coming soon!

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Above it all...culturally congruent

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Louisiana's president, Jennifer Creech, won NP student of the year for LANP. She will accept the award Friday, in Shreveport. We are proud!

Congratulations to our Louisiana president, Jen Creech, for being nominated Nurse Practitioner Student of the year for Louisiana, and for serving as a scribe at the Future of Nursing: Campaign for action in Louisiana. We have leaders in Transcultural Nursing! And also, congratulations are in order to Mississippi President, Sandy Stanton, who is now Dr. Stanton by way of a PhD!

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Our next event is the Day of Caring in October. Try and get students involved or do something in your facility, there are so many ways to show we care.

Are you willing to serve in our chapters? We have Mississippi and Alabama, and the Louisiana Chapter. If you would like to help, please email me at jgunn@southalabama.edu

Confirmed officers for the current year are:

Dr. Sandy Stanton, President

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Dr. Linda Sue Hammonds, Vice President

Dr. Alice Younce, Secretary

Dr. Bridget Moore, Treasurer

Dr. Cathy Hughes, Board Member

Eva Tatum PhDc, Board President

Treasurer unconfirmed at this time

Louisiana

Jenn Creech, President

Leslie Hughes, Vice President

Dr. Warren Hebert, Board President

Best wishes, Jennie Gunn PhD, CTN-A First Vice President Board of Directions, TCNS International.

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We are getting ready for the TCNS International Conference to be held in Portland, Oregon in October. For more information, visit TCNS.org.

Promoting cultural care at Loyola University!

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Today, in Louisiana, the Mississippi, Alabama, and Louisiana Chapters of TCNS held a conference at Loyola. The campus and conference was amazing. Thank you, Loyola, for allowing us to visit your beautiful campus!

There are 40 signed up to attend the TCNS Conference in New Orleans! Registration ongoing.

Join the international group...TCNS.org and select this group as your home chapter!

We have 22 signed up so far! Register now! See below.

We are fired up and ready! Attend the 2015 Transcultural Nursing Society Chapter meeting in New Orleans on April 17. There is no fee for attending, CEUs are pending. For a copy of the flyer or to register, sign up here or email jgunn@southalabama.edu

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Hello all! Happy Hanukkah and Merry Christmas! All cultures are important and should be celebrated! Feel free to post up any information about your culture or religion here. Remember, the more we know about the people we care for, the better cultural care can be provided. As for my Christmas, fruitcake is the best! Have a great holiday. Plan to meet us in New Orleans for the April 17, 2015 TCNS Symposium. Bring your culture! Best wishes!