Lora Walker Chosen for CARNA Centennial Award
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To celebrate the achievements of registered nurses over the past 100 years, CARNA launched the Centennial Awards in search of 100 exceptional Alberta RNs. They receive nominations from all areas of practice. 

We join CARNA in thanking all the nominees for your dedication, expert caring and contributions to the registered nursing profession. 

The 100 recipients of the CARNA Centennial Awards have been shared at: http://carna100.ca/100-nurses/

"LORA WALKER
RN, IDMP
Lora Walker is actively engaged in occupational health nursing practice and has promoted the importance of practice and continuing education. Lora pays great attention to detail and to ensuring course materials are clear, up-to-date and relevant for occupational health nursing students. Lora is an active provincial council member of the Alberta Occupational Health Nurses Association (AOHNA) where she assists with updating standards. Lora is also a part-time instructor with the AOHNA program at Grant McEwan University."

Congratulations Lora!