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Notes on Nursing—August 2021 Issue

This month, we’re heading to the cornfields of southwest Georgia, where the Farmworker Family Health Program provides Emory University students an opportunity to offer care to underserved migrant farmworkers. In another piece, respected industry leaders take stock of how changes brought about by COVID-19 can empower the next generation of nurses.
A Clinic in a Cornfield: Emory's Farmworker Family Health Program
Inside the Issue

Taking Stock of How We Prepare & Empower Nurse Leaders

New research from J&J, ANA and AONL points to adaptations in nurse education during COVID-19. In this piece, Lynda Benton of J&J "passes the pen" to Debbie Hatmaker, CNO of ANA, and Robyn Begley, CEO of AONL, who reflect on how these shifts can empower the next generation of nurses.

How Nurses Are Moving the Needle on Vaccine Education

This National Immunization Awareness Month, Jennifer Taubert, Executive VP at Johnson & Johnson, reflects on the impact of equipping nurses with science-based, culturally-relevant vaccine information and why J&J sponsored the COVID Vaccine Facts for Nurses campaign.

Nurses Making Healthcare Accessible via a Dental Clinic

The mouth is a mirror of the body, capable of detecting early signs of several illnesses. Inspired by this concept, nurses Whitney Nash, Michelle Baxter and Beverly Williams Coleman decided to set up a primary care clinic in the University of Louisville School of Dentistry.

Save the Date for NurseHack4Health!

Our fourth virtual hackathon, NurseHack4Health: Building a Sustained Nursing Workforce of the Future, is happening November 5-7, 2021! Follow us on Twitter and Facebook to be the first to know when registration is open.

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