Dr. Rebecca Hope Le received her BSN from Oklahoma University, MSN from Southern Nazerene University and Ph.D. from Oklahoma City University. Her experiences as a nurse, educator, administrator and mission worker has improved the lives of people around the world in places like Mexico, Ecuador, the Dominican Republic, Bolivia, Korea, Vietnam and Uganda.
Le has performed a variety of professional services globally. She has assisted in the opening of medical clinics, participated in community health education programs, and provided childcare trainings in orphanages. Working with orphans sparked her passion for children, which led to her work as a pregnancy crisis counselor and nurse in high-risk labor and delivery units.
Le has conducted trainings on newborn care, childbirth education, breastfeeding support, parenting, and natural family planning. She is actively involved in the Pregnancy Resource Center. She’s also deeply passionate about adolescent health, and has taught eating disorder prevention and HIV education.
Oklahoma City University Heart of Nursing Award
Amann, C.A. & Diener, E. Presentation (2015). Authors: Diener, E., Amann, C., Brothers, R., Hutchings, A., Knight, H. & Le, B. International Nurse’s Motivation and Experiences in Pursuing a Master’s Degree in Nursing in the United States. The Honor Society of Nurses, Sigma Theta Tau International Biennium Conference, November 2015, Las Vegas, NV.
Le, R. Encompassing Effect of Caring: Prevention of Negative and Emotional effects of Institutionalism on Orphaned Children. South Africa International Caritas Consortium, September 2015, Johannesburg, SA.
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