Title: Health Care Executive
Location: Long Beach, California, United States
G. Lorain Brault, Health Care Executive, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Nurses for dedication, achievements, and leadership in nursing education and management.
For more than 40 years, Ms. Brault has provided nursing services, from directing hospital programs to teaching future generations of registered nurses. In 2006, she became a professor emeritus of Fullerton College, marking her many years of dedication. She started teaching at the university in 1996, bringing her years of hands-on experience to the front of a classroom. She has also lecturer at the University of California, Los Angeles, California Community Colleges, Long Beach City College and for a number of international and national agencies. These agencies include the China Nurses Association and the AMI, Inc. in Saudi Arabia.
Knowing she could make a difference in the lives of others, Ms. Brault set out on her path through her own education. She initially received an AA from Long Beach City College in 1963 and following up this degree with a BSN from California State University, Long Beach in 1973. She earned her nurse practitioner license in 1976 for the state of California in 1976. Following this, Ms. Brault received an MSN from California State University, Long Beach in 1977. She has been recognized on numerous occasions for her work. In 2013, California State University, Long Beach recognized her as a Distinguished Alumni. She was inducted to the Hall of Fame at Long Beach City College a year prior. Additionally, she has received a Women Who Make A Difference Award from Soroptimist International, a Leadership Award from the Health Service Administrators of California Community College and the Lillian O’Brien Award for Outstanding Dedication and Commitment to Home Care from the California Association for Health Services at Home.
Ms. Brault is known in her field for a number of books and publications. In 1979, she published her first book, “Planning and Development of a Masters Degree Program in Critical Care.” Throughout the years she has continued to write books concerning the health care profession, including, “Quality Assurance in a Home Care IV Therapy Program” in 1988, “New Strain of Staph Bacteria Could Prove Deadly” in 1997, and “Community College Health Services: Who Are We?” in 2005.
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