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PN students recognized at Miss. LPN Association Convention

PN students recognized at Miss. LPN Association Convention

The Practical Nursing students attended the Mississippi LPN Association convention in Biloxi (IP Casino) April 9-11. The students attended sessions on a variety of topic such as NCLEX Preparation, Lab Values Made Easy, Pharmacology Made Insanely Easy and Nursing with Purpose.

Several students competed in competitions against PN students from across the state.

Winners included: Jordan Pee, first place, "Name that body part"; Madison Coffee, scholarship from the National Licensed Practical Nursing Association; Coffee and Chasity McDaniel, third place, poster contest; Jazmin Gates, third place, speech competition.

"I am extremely proud of how the Attala PN students represented Holmes Community College," Practical Nursing Chair and Instructor Christi Blair said. "They worked hard and it certainly showed."

Jaime Wilkinson and Jazmin Gates were chosen as ambassadors, and they each received an NCLEX-PN review. They attended leadership sessions with other ambassadors from all of the community colleges.

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