This past week, Drs. Jennifer Alderman, Rumay Alexander (not pictured), Jean Davison, JoAn Stanek, and Lisa Woodley attended the NLN 2021 Summit.
Dr. Davison received the prestigious NLN Isabel Hampton Robb Award. This award honored Dr. Davison’s incredible and ongoing contributions reflecting outstanding leadership in clinical practice. She was lauded for her work in federal qualified community health centers, providing access to care for all since 2000, being the National Health Service Corps Ambassador to UNC, and being co-director of the UNC SON Mobile Health Clinic. Additionally, she was recognized as the president of Compassion Med International, which supports health outreaches around the world. During the COVID-19 pandemic, Dr. Davison has volunteered with the NC Farmworkers Health Program, screening and vaccinating these essential workers.
In addition, Dr. Woodley received the award for best article among all research articles published by Nursing Education Perspectives in 2020. A committee of Editorial Board members made the section based on the following criteria: significance to nursing education, clarity and quality of writing, engaging writing style, sound conceptualization, forward thinking, depth and scope of innovation, and uniqueness. “Acculturating into Nursing for Hispanic/Latinx Baccalaureate Nursing Students: A Secondary Data Analysis” can be found here.