The purpose of the Michigan League for Nursing is:
To promote professional growth and continuous quality improvement of educators for the nursing workforce
- To enhance collaboration between nursing education and healthcare delivery systems
- To support recruitment for the nursing workforce
Our membership includes staff nurses, nursing administrators, healthcare organizations, nurse educators, schools of nursing, nursing students, and medical service and supply organizations.
MLN is a constituent of the National League for Nursing, a nonprofit coalition of individuals and agencies that works to assure quality health care through the continuous improvement of nursing education and practice.
Carole Stacy, MSN, MA, RN
Carole has been involved in education at the secondary and post-secondary levels. Teaching obstetrics and pediatrics at Borgess Hospital School of Nursing and at Kalamazoo Valley Community College. As program manager at the Van Buren Technology Center, she designed the Health Occupations program and taught for 13 years. In 1990 Carole was appointed the curriculum specialist for Health Occupations at the Michigan Department of Education, and in 1998 became the director of curriculum for the Office of Career and Technical Preparation. Since 1983 Carole has been an associate faculty member at Western Michigan University. She has been a member of MLN for over 10 years, and served on the board of directors and Career Center Committee.
|Carole Stacy, MSN, MA, RN|
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Lansing, MI 48912
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