RWJF Executive Nurse Fellows run public health campaign on influenza prevention.
Elias Provencio-Vasquez became the first Latino nursing school dean when he was tapped to head the nursing department at the University of Texas at El Paso.
With the disease on the rise, Wanda Montalvo and the New York State Diabetes Campaign are working to make sure diabetes sufferers are diagnosed and getting the care they need.
This spring, Debra Pendergast spoke publicly about how a proposed tax increase could affect Arizona's health, safety and education programs.
Linda Thompson Adams wins "Trailblazer Award" for leadership and risk-taking.
As a nursing school dean and program director of the New Jersey Nursing Initiative, Executive Nurse Fellow alum Susan Bakewell-Sachs is working to ensure that there are sufficient nurse faculty to educate enough highly qualified nurses to meet the state's health demands, now and in the future.
Last fall, Donna Thompson, R.N., M.S., got a call from an Illinois lawmaker on behalf of a recently unemployed and newly uninsured constituent who was the victim of a violent neighborhood crime. He had been beaten in the head with a baseball bat. The man had been treated in a local hospital, but the care didn't cover his two front teeth; he had to keep his tongue pressed up against them to keep them from falling out.