Headshot Dean Villarruel

Dean Antonia Villarruel

Season

4

Episode Number

1

Link:

https://traffic.megaphone.fm/DHT3052856820.mp3?updated=1634818233

We are kicking off season 4 of the Amplify Nursing podcast with a live podcast interview at the B.PHL Innovation Fest. Our guest for this event is Dr. Antonia Villarruel, professor and Margaret Bond Simon, Dean of Nursing at the University of Pennsylvania School Nursing.

Dr. Villarruel is an internationally renowned leader in research, policy, and practice and has worked to improve the health of underserved Latino communities as well as our community at the University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing, the number one nursing school in the world.

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