Title: Retired Nurse Educator
Location: Tarpon Springs, Florida, United States
Carol J. Nichols, Retired Nurse Educator, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Nurses for dedication, achievements, and leadership in psychiatric nursing.
Ms. Nichols chose to pursue a career in nursing due to her desire to help people, earning a diploma in nursing from the Greenville General Hospital School of Nursing in 1963. She went on to matriculate at Georgia State University, where she achieved a Bachelor of Science in vocational education in 1978. In addition, she continued her education at the aforementioned institute by obtaining a Master of Education in 1980 and an Educational Specialist degree in 1987. In the years since then, Ms. Nichols has become a registered nurse in the states of South Carolina, Virginia, Louisiana, Georgia and Florida.
Throughout her illustrious career, Ms. Nichols has worked with a multitude of established institutions. She began her career in 1963 as a staff nurse with the psychiatric unit at Greenville General Hospital. In the years that followed, she worked with Shands Teaching Hospital, Touro Infirmary and Northeast Georgia Medical Center. Outside of her medical ventures, Ms. Nichols excelled as an educator. From 1974 until 2001, she was a pediatrics instructor at the Atlanta Technical Institute. Now retired, she attributes her success to her endlessly supportive and encouraging parents. As a testament to her professional success, Ms. Nichols is featured in the sixth edition of Who’s Who in American Education, the 25th edition of Who’s Who of American Women, and the fourth and fifth editions of Who’s Who in American Nursing.
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