Louisiana Federation of Licensed Practical Nurses Inc.

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                        PN Program Instructors 

Please send us the names of your students who are maintaining a GPA of 3.0 or greater in their program

by March 1 and we will send to you...or give to these students who attend the convention, an Honor Society Certificate of Merit.  Questions?   lafedlpn@cox.net.


  See our many photos on rotation above as well as our Photo Gallery (under MORE) to share with happy participants from previous events


Plans are being made for our

  73rd Annual Convention  

Friday March 19, 2021

at the Pineville Convention Center

2727 Monroe Hwy  (Hwy 165) 

    Pineville LA

Our theme will be

Coping with the "New Normal" in Nursing

Part of this New Normal is the possibility that we will have restrictions  such as lower attendance, social distancing, masks, etc.  We will publish those as they are given to us.

We will not open registration until January 2021 when we should know more.

 

Current President of LFLPN, Margie Monroe LPN, holds the President's Award plaque  from the National Association of Licensed Practical Nurses organization in Recognition of your Service and Dedication to the Nursing Profession.    Mrs. Monroe has been a nurse since 1967.  Having joined LFLPN in 1980 she has served in many leadership positions in the LA chapter as well as nationally.   She was employed by the LSU Medical Center in Shreveport for 31 years. 



The Louisiana Federation of Licensed Practical Nurses  is a state  affiliate 0f the National Association of Licensed Practical Nurse.  We subscribe to the same principles .


                            

NALPN Mission, Values & Vision Statement


The Mission of the National Association of Licensed Practical Nurses is to foster high standards of nursing care and promote continued competence through education/certification and lifelong learning, with a focus on public protection.


The National Association of Licensed Practical Nurses is committed to:

 Quality and professionalism in the delivery of nursing care working with other organizations and groups in a cooperative progressive spirit to build strong professional and public relationships.


The National Association of Licensed Practical Nurses aspires to be the professional organization of choice. Dedicated to quality driven decisions  that elevate the profession of practical/vocational nursing.



              Officers and Directors

Come join with us to grow our organization.  See CONTACT page to learn how.