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Education:

Regis College, MSN (2015)

Emmanuel College, BSN (2012)

Bunker Hill Community College, ADN (2009)

Scholarship:

MedSurg Nursing Journal Peer reviewer (2016-present)

Lalande, F. (2014, September). Healthcare Standardization of Color-Coded Alerts. Massachusetts Report on Nursing, 12(3), 9. http://www.nursingald.com/publications/1083.

Hallmark Health’s development and implementation of National Standardized Color Code System (2014)

Hallmark Health System Nurse Mentoring Program – mentor

Hallmark Health System Preceptor Program – preceptor

Awards/Grants:

“Excellence in Simulation Instruction” by Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences University.

Professional Organizations:

North Eastern Organization of Nurse Educators (NEONE)

National League for Nursing (NLN)

Community Service Activities:

Casa da Sabedoria, elder care – nursing volunteer (Campinas, Brazil)

Flu Clinic (Medford, MA)

VIRTUS Trainer for Child Abuse Protection, St Raphael Parish (Medford, MA)

 

Professor Fabiola Lalande joined the MCPHS University School of Nursing as Assistant Professor on the Boston campus in January 2016 after serving as Adjunct Faculty in the Simulation Laboratory. Her career began at Lawrence Memorial Hospital where she serves as a staff nurse on the heart failure/telemetry unit, as well as in a medical-surgical unit. Professor Lalande’s roles included those of staff nurse, alternative charge nurse, and clinical nurse preceptor for new graduates and senior nursing students. Her passion for teaching, teaching aspiring new nurses, motivated her to pursue a career as a nurse educator.

Professor Lalande graduated from Bunker Hill Community College with her associate degree in nursing, Emmanuel College (Boston, MA) with her bachelor of science in nursing, and most recently, Regis College with her master of science in nursing. After graduating from Regis College, Professor Lalande became a Clinical Nurse Educator for the staff development department at Hallmark Health Systems (HHS). While working part-time as a clinical nurse educator, Professor Lalande also taught medical-surgical clinical rotations for Lawrence Memorial/Regis College and lab skills at Middlesex Community College.

Professor Lalande is currently a clinical nurse mentor. Her areas of interest include nursing preceptorship and benefits of standardized protocol for nursing. Professor Lalande recently published an article in the field of patient safety and quality called Healthcare Standardization of Color-Coded Alerts (http://www.nursingald.com/publications/1083).

Professor Lalande enjoys traveling, going for nature walks, participating in her book club, and above all, spending time with her family.

Education:

Regis College, DNP-NE (present)

Regis College, MSN (2015)

Emmanuel College, BSN (2012)

Bunker Hill Community College, ADN (2009)

Professional Organizations and Activities:

North Eastern Organization of Nurse Educators (NEONE)

National League for Nursing (NLN)

Hallmark Health’s development and implementation of National Standardized Color Code System (2014)

Hallmark Health System Nurse Mentoring Program – Mentor (2014-2015)

Hallmark Health System Preceptor Program – Preceptor (2011-2015)

MedSurg Nursing Journal – Peer reviewer (2016-present)

Lawrence Memorial/Regis College Faculty Mentorship – Mentor (2018-present)

Lippincott Williams & Wilkins Nursing Journals – Peer Reviewer (2019-present)

Awards:

“Excellence in Simulation Instruction” by Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences University, 2015.

Community Service Activities:

Flu Clinic (Medford, MA)

VIRTUS Trainer for Child Abuse Protection, St Raphael Parish (Medford, MA)

Publication:

Lalande, F. (2014, September). Healthcare Standardization of Color-Coded Alerts. Massachusetts Report on Nursing, 12(3), 9. http://www.nursingald.com/publications/1083