What is the meaning of an epidemic from a nursing perspective? The Barbara Bates Center’s Julie Fairman, PhD, RN, FAAN, explores this question in a new article in the Bulletin of the History of Medicine.
In The Hill, Bates Center faculty Julie Fairman, Cynthia Connolly & Patricia D’Antonio call for waiving physician supervisory regulations for NPs to expand nursing practice during the COVID-19 pandemic.
How nurses are key to making the public more trustful of COVID-19 vaccines.
By Connie M. Ulrich and Julie Fairman
There is a growing conversation about nursing PhD programs. We sat down with Penn Nursing’s Julie Fairman to understand why now, what are the opportunities, and what is the potential— for students, health care, and the world.
In an op-ed for The Philadelphia Inquirer, The Barbara Bates Center’s Cynthia Connolly, Patricia D’Antonio, and Julie A. Fairman propose three ways to meet the nursing shortage during the coronavirus pandemic.
Julie Assis serves as Chief Deputy City Solicitor in the HIPAA & Privacy Law Unit and is the HIPAA Privacy Officer for the City of Philadelphia, a recent promotion as of April 2019.
A nimble and flexible regulatory response regarding the nursing workforce is essential to a fully integrated public health approach to national crises and pandemics.
The PhD degree prepares nurse scientists to advance knowledge through research that improves health, translates into policy, and enhances education. However, as the role of the nurse has changed, and health care has grown more complex, there is a need to re-envision how PhD programs can attract, retain, and create the nurse-scientists of the future and improve patient care.