Debra Toney, Ph.D., R.N., president and founder of TLC Health CareServices of Las Vegas and the immediate past president of the National Black Nurses' Association, will deliver the Martin Luther King Jr.Lecture at Vanderbilt University Medical Center on Monday, Jan. 16.
Dennis Sherrod and Jodi Joyce weigh in on what they think should be the priorities for action in the New Year.
Meet six inspiring men and women who are helping to transform health and health care in America. They are doing so by leveraging the valuable experience, insights and mentoring they received as participants in three Robert Wood Johnson Foundation programs.
Several alumni of the esteemed nursing leadership program are supporting innovative Partners Investing in Nursing's Future projects in their home states.
By Wanda Montalvo, MSN, ANP, RN, Chair, National Diabetes Education Program Operating Committee, RWJF Executive Nurse Fellows program alumna (2004-2007), and Partners Investing in Nursing's Future National Advisory Committee member
RWJF profiles six remarkable grantees representing three key RWJF programs, all shining examples of our support for "human capital." The video includes two Executive Nurse Fellows.
Nancy Ridenour, PhD, APRN, BC, FAAN, is dean of the University of New Mexico College of Nursing and an alumna of the RWJF Health Policy Fellows and Executive Nurse Fellows programs.
Executive Nurse Fellow Peggy Gordin, RN, MS: Making sure every health care provider has a say enhances patient safety and prevents crises at an award-winning children's hospital.
The RWJF Human Capital Blog is asking diverse experts: What is and isn't working in health professions education today, and what changes are needed to prepare a high-functioning health and health care workforce that can meet the country's current and emerging needs? The 9/28 post is by Kate Driscoll Malliarakis, PhD, CNP, MAC.
Dr. Chater is named one of 40 RWJF Force Multipliers.