Following her upcoming publication in the Worldwide Leaders in Healthcare, Carla A. Boutin, RN, BSN, has been welcomed into the International Nurses Association. The International Nurses Association’s mission is to bring together outstanding nurses from all specialties and backgrounds to establish an integrated network of the best nursing professionals. It is their hope to create new possibilities in treating and diagnosing disease, and to improve quality of life worldwide.
Boutin began her career in nursing in 2013 after graduating with an Associate’s degree in nursing from Springfield Technical Community College. She continued her education to earn a BSN degree from Grand Canyon University in 2015 and now holds four years of experience in school nursing. Carla currently works as a School Nurse at Springfield Public School District 186 in Hampden, MA.
To learn more about Carla Boutin, visit her member page with the International Nurses Association. Look for her upcoming publication in the Worldwide Leaders in Healthcare which is published annually and represents over 100 different medical specialties across the globe.
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