Ingred Prince, Nu’16, is a Registered Nurse and emerging screenwriter based in Baltimore, Maryland. A Baltimore Youth Film Arts Fellow, Ingred is a recipient of the 2019 Saul Zaentz Innovation Fund Award.
Dr. John Barrett, DNP faculty, made history by becoming the first nurse practitioner to join the fellowship in its 22-year history.
The American Academy of Nursing (AAN) has named Jane H. Barnsteiner, PhD, RN, FAAN, a Living Legend for her significant contributions to nursing and health care over the course of her career. The official designation will be made at a ceremony during the AAN’s 2022 Health Policy Conference, taking place on October 27-29, 2022, at the Marriott Marquis in Washington, DC. This year’s conference – From Reflection to Impact: Positioning Nursing Future – will be in-person only with no virtual option. This is the Academy’s highest honor.
Penn nursing alumni are leaders in health and healthcare—and that leadership drives alumni to seek ways to support the School and show Penn Nursing pride long after graduation.
James Ballinghoff, DNP, MBA, RN, NEA-BC, GRN’17 is Chief Nursing Officer and Associate Executive Director at Penn Presbyterian Medical Center.
The National League for Nursing proudly announces that a project underway for nearly a decade—the NLN Collection at the Barbara Bates Center for the Study of the History of Nursing, housed at the University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing in Philadelphia—has been expanded.
A study from Penn Nursing and others finds that for Latino or Hispanic populations in the U.S. four main barriers come into play: access to health care services, money, immigration concerns, and misinformation.
When evaluating the success or failure of efforts to implement evidence-based interventions, ensuring that implementation is equitable across populations is important. The need to attend to equity has been widely accepted but little guidance has been offered with regard to how to do so within the context of implementation trials. Before launching a hybrid effectiveness-implementation trial focused on firearm safety promotion in pediatric primary care, an interdisciplinary research team including investigators from University of Pennsylvania, Northwestern University, Henry Ford Health, and Kaiser Permanente Colorado developed a unique five-step engagement process to prospectively ground the trial in an equity lens.
Stacey Bevan will be one of four fellows starting in the Predoctoral Training Program in Interdisciplinary Methods for Field-based Research in Education this fall. In this program she will hone her skills in conducting research that will inform education policy.