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? firstname.lastname@example.org.
See our many photos on rotation above as well as our Photo Gallery (under MORE) to share with happy participants from previous events.
The Louisiana Federation of Licensed Practical Nurses will recognize the hard work and dedication of our PN student members with a $200 scholarship with the following prerequisites:
(1) Senior PN Students must have become a LFLPN member at least six months before the scholarship is given.
(2) An instructor from one of the Practical Nursing programs in Louisiana must have calculated a GPA of 4.0 for the most recent semester prior to Convention or Workshop and sent us the name of the student by March 1 before our convention or November 1 before our Workshop. This would target those preparing to graduate in May and in December.
(3) We will present the check at the Convention for May graduates; at the Workshop for December graduates.
(4) There will be no duplication of scholarship funds during one person's enrollment in the PN program.
It is with great regret that we
announce that we will not have a March 2021 annual convention.
We look forward to the day when our families, friends, neighbors are not dying from Covid-19 and it is safe for us all to gather in fellowship and the spirit of learning.
We will update this site as the conditions allow as well as contacting all Louisiana schools with Practical Nursing Programs. We are hoping to have an NCLEX-PN review workshop with coordinating program for licensed nurses in November 2021.
The National Association of Licensed Practical Nurses
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.
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