Denise M. Linton Named Nurse Educator of the Year

Denise M. Linton was selected as the Nurse Educator of the Year by the National Black Nurses Association. The association represents about 150,000 Black nurses in the Unites States, the Caribbean, and in Africa. The association has 84 chapters in 40 U.S. States.

Dr. Linton will be honored at the organization’s upcoming annual convention in Orlando, Florida. She is the Dudley Joseph Plaisance Sr. BORSF Professor of Nursing at the University of Louisiana Lafayette’s College of Nursing and Allied Health Professions.

Dr. Linton holds a doctor of nursing science degree from the Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center.

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