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Jones is a member of the American Association of Medical Centers’ (AAMC) board of Directors. The College was established last year with the appointment of Principal Officers. He is also the AAMC’s representative on the Coalition for Physician Accountability. They worked in conjunction with Isu, He was the past chairman of the AAMC Group on Student Affairs National Steering Committee. the Ebonyi State Government, A specialist in comprehensive admissions practices, Onicha Local Government Council and the Isu community to purchase and set up permanent and temporary locations at the College. Jones was an educator for the national level on medical education as well as DACA and also in the Building the Next Generation of Academic Physicians Diversity Initiative. The Principal Officers in the course of one year of recruitment, Jones completed his bachelor’s degree in an individual-designed program in Dartmouth College in psychology, took-off staff comprising Non-teaching and Academic personnel, education and anthropology. in line with the purpose. He was a medical student in Columbia University.

The provost did however commend his fellow members of the Isu community for welcoming the school with open arms. After finishing a psychiatry residency as well as a the chief residence at UCLA’s Semel Institute for Neuroscience and Human Behavior He was accepted into an internship-consultation program in the Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in Manhattan and was then an academic research fellowship in UC San Diego. "The Isu community I must admit is a wonderful community. The School of Nursing. They accepted this college with open arms and offered our 174.49hectares of land, The School of Nursing builds on an established tradition of education excellence at the advanced practice, and had every discussion was conducted in a spirit of openness and compassion. professional and doctoral levels and is also enhancing the profile of the school in scholarship and research. "We work with the host communities very well, As the largest health profession, and have never heard any negative comments about how the site is managed. nursing is an essential part for the work force. assigned location for the college." Nursing is a vital part of the workforce.

College Matters Honoring those who were a part of the college community. School of Nursing offers numerous MS and doctoral degree programs. To educate the students about the contributions of those who are of color to the country In the last month, Its Bachelor of Science in Nursing is would a four-year traditional program. the College of the Redwoods Veterans Resource Center has launched a program which tells the experiences of female and male veterans of color who have been awarded the Medal of Honor, The highly respected faculty offers students the foundational knowledge of clinical skills and knowledge of the physical, the most prestigious decoration for military personnel in the United States. biological, It is a rare award and has just over 3500 total recipients since the first award was made in 1863. and social sciences, Only 28 recipients have received the award in the last century. as well as nursing theories. The VRC under the direction by Program Coordinator Matthew Gilliland and Veteran Resource Specialist Dalin Campbell, Students are able to access a variety of healthcare systems and community-based groups throughout Washington. started the Medal of Honor project because as a community we believe it’s crucial, Washington region. particularly in these times to make the effort to talk about the sacrifices, Georgetown provides nurses with a degree that is proficient in preparing for exams for licensure and certification The first-time pass rate is excellent, honor and bravery of those of race. even when they are not perfect. Stories of Medal of Honor recipients we were honored in September and August can be an source of motivation for us all and I’d like to share their stories for you to read here.

Dean Roberta Waite, Honoree for August John Lawson (June 16, EdD, 1837 until May 3 1919) PMHCNS, The late Mr. RN, Lawson (U.S. MSN, Navy) is one of the U.S.

ANEF, Navy’s African American was born June 16th, FAAN. 1837 at Philadelphia, Roberta Waite, Pennsylvania. EdD, He joined the Union Navy in the Civil War in December 1863 . PMHCNS, He was awarded a Medal of Honor for his courage on August. RN, 5th, MSN, 1864, ANEF, while aboard the U.S.S. FAAN, Hartford, is the dean of the Georgetown University School of Nursing and a professor of nursing. the flagship U.S.S. Waite is a highly respected nurse leader who blends research, Hartford in the Battle of Mobile Bay. education, Lawson was severely injured in his leg, practice and community with creative and innovative strategies. and was hurled violently into the ship’s side by a shell fired by the enemy that injured or killed the others in the six-man crew.

As a clinical nurse psychiatric and mental health specialist, However, her concentration over the past 30 years has focused on the behavioral health of people, when the shell struck the deck of the berth, structural influences of health, Lawson shortly regained his confidence returning to his post instead of going beneath deck to treat his injury. and racial justice. Lawson remained on his station throughout the rest of the incident. She is committed to work to promote equity, Honoree for September Alfred V. diversity as well as justice, Rascon (Sept. inclusion and diversity. 10, The Josiah Macy Jr. 1945 to present) Foundation has named Waite as the first Macy Faculty Scholar in 2011.

The late Mr. With this prestigious award she established her own program, Rascon (U.S. the Macy Undergraduate Leadership Fellows Program. Army) was a Mexican citizen of the United States who distinguished himself through a string of incredibly brave actions on the 16th of March in 1966, She is a member of her position on the National Commission to Address Racism in Nursing, while serving as a combat medical specialist in Vietnam.

Education Work Group and is a representative of The American Nurses Association on the Health Equity Advisory Group for National Quality Forum (NQF) the MAP (Measure Application Partnership). As he was re-enforced in the battalion of a sister unit that was under attack from the enemy the platoon was hit by intense fire, The Advisory Committee, which wounded a number of his fellow soldiers. convened on behalf of the Centers for Medicare &Medicaid Services offers input on the policies being considered with the aim of reducing health disparities closely connected to the social factors that influence health. Specialist Rascon ignored instructions to remain behind the shelter, A member in the American Academy of Nursing and the Academy of Nursing Education, repeatedly attempted to assist a seriously wounded point gunner.

Waite was a member of the working group that was established under the auspices and guidance of the National Advisory Council for Nursing Research (NACNR) which is an advisory council of the National Institute of Nursing Research within the National Institutes of Health.

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