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Member News September 2022


In a profile with Sigma Nursing, mother and son Deborah and Gregory Jones are highlighted for their shared career paths in psychiatric-mental health nursing. They have supported each other every step of the way. Learn More
Nadia Charania from the University of Michigan School of Nursing, along with Rushika Patel, published an article in the Journal of Professional Nursing titled Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in Nursing Education: Strategies and Processes to Support Inclusive Teaching. Learn More


Paula Alexander-Delpech named Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer for Frontier Nursing University. Learn More
Vincent Guilamo-Ramos received an AAN Edge Runner award for this work highlighting Families Talking Together (FTT), a program focused on parents as the primary influence in the prevention of adolescent sexual risk behavior, unplanned pregnancies, and STIs. Learn More
Allyson Neal speaks on The University of Tennessee’s College of Nursing grant awarded by the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) to fund a project which aims to boost mental healthcare access through nurse practitioner-led mobile health units. Learn More



2022 DAISY Award Recipients

Members Rebekah Cook, Tammy Miller, and Valeria Reiser were recognized with DAISY Awards for their extraordinary compassionate care in their nursing professional careers. Their contributions are highlighted by the clients they serve, who have nominated them for the award and spoken about their outstanding level of care.

Rebekah Cook, RN, received the DAISY award for extraordinary nurses for her work in Psychiatric Services at Rutland Regional Medical Center in Rutland, VT. Her nominator described her by saying, “Rebekah went absolutely above and beyond … I felt like she really cared about my recovery..” Learn More
Tammy Miller, RN, RN-BC, received the DAISY award for ER Mental Health Care services provided at Good Samaritan Hospital. Her nominator stated,  “…the world needs more people like her. She not only saw my husband as a patient, but she really SAW him in his struggles and provided us not with just a couple of resources, but multiple.” Learn More
Valeria Reiser, RN, BSN, received the DAISY award for extraordinary nurses for her work in Inpatient Adult Services at Cone Health Behavioral Health Hospital in Greensboro, NC. Those who nominated her stated,  “She’s very kind, sweet, caring, and very compassionate about her job.” Learn More