Nursing Instructor Angela Karakachian named Journal of Forensic Nursing® Feature Author
Nursing Instructor Angela Karakachian, MSN, RN, has been named the Journal of Forensic Nursing Feature Author. Angela co-authored "Nurses' Moral Distress, Burnout, and Intentions to Leave," which was published in the 2019 Journal of Forensic Nursing's July/August issue.
Angela received her BSN in nursing from Saint Joseph University Beirut-Lebanon in 1998. During the same time, she also received her BSN in nursing from France. Angela started her nursing career in Beirut in a large metropolitan hospital.
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