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Carlen Yvonne Cain

Carlen Yvonne Cain, American nurse. Certified in advanced cardiac life support training, 1984, Registered Nurse Mississippi, certified CPR instructor.

Background

Cain, Carlen Yvonne was born on September 30, 1956 in Hahn, Federal Republic Germany, (parents American citizens). Daughter of James Richard, Junior and Georgia (Yelverton) Cain. Association Nursing, Jones County Junior College, 1976.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Nursing, U. Mississippi, 1984. Advanced cardiac life support training, 1984. Registered Nurse, Mississippi.

Certified CPR instructor Surgical nurse Mississippi Baptist Medical Center, Jackson, 1976. Medical-surgical nurse Smith County Hospital Raleigh, Mississippi, 1977-1980. Emergency room nurse, ambulance supervisor Covington County Hospital, Collins, Mississippi, 1980-1983.

Staff nurse, adult emergency room, member flight team Lifestar I. U. Mississippi Medical Center, Jackson, 1983-1984. Staff nurse Intensive Care Unit/Cardiac Care Unit, River Oaks Hospital, Flowood, Mississippi, 1984-1986. Nursing education instructor department hospital education St. Dominic Jackson Memorial Hospital, 1986^.

Member health care team The Care-A-Van.

Career

Surgical nurse Mississippi Baptist Medical Center, Jackson, 1976. Medical surgical nurse Smith County Hospital Raleigh, Mississippi, 1977—1980. Emergency room nurse, ambulance supervisor Covington County Hospital, Collins, 1980—1983.

Staff nurse, adult emergency room, member flight team Lifestar I. University Mississippi Medical Center, Jackson, 1983—1984. Staff nurse Intensive Care Unit/Cardiac Care Unit River Oaks Hospital, Flowood, Mississippi, 1984—1986. Nursing education instructor department hospital education St. Dominic Jackson Memorial Hospital, since 1986.

Member health care team The Care-A-Van.

Religion

Through The Lord’s Supper, or Holy Communion, the bread and cup symbolize the broken body and shed blood offered by Christ recall God’s great love for people. As they did for the disciples on the eve of Christ’s crucifixion.

Views

It is human responsibility to innovate, sponsor, and evaluate new forms of community living that will encourage development of the fullest potential in individuals.

Membership

Member of American Nurses Association, South Central Health and Related Educators Association, Mississippi Heart Association, American Heart Association, University Mississippi School Nursing Alumni Association, Committee Share Association, Social Help and Rehabilitation Effort, Jones County Junior College Alumni Association, H.A.R.E. Educators Association, Mississippi Nurses Association.

Politics

The Lord has given His people the mission of making disciples from every nation.