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Three faculty members at the University of Wisconsin–Madison School of Nursing have been recognized for their ongoing contributions and professional achievements in health care with elections into the National Academies of Practice (NAP) as Distinguished Nursing Fellows.
Dr. Angela Fernandez (site PI) and Dr. Lonnie Nelson (PI, Washington State University (WSU), College of Nursing) were awarded a Diversity Supplement to an R01 grant to support the study Measurement of Nature Contact: The Influence of Cultural Practices on Sleep Health and Chronic Disease among Rural and Urban American Indians.
Dr. Rachel Gicquelais, PhD, was awarded a COVID-19 Response Research and Education grant to support the study Responding to dual epidemics of COVID-19 and overdose among people who inject drugs in Wisconsin.
Dr. Madelyne Greene was selected to be a UW BIRCWH scholar (Building Interdisciplinary Research Careers in Women’s Health).
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Wisconsin Public Health Research Network
WPHRN is a group of health department leaders and researchers who support and advance public health systems and services research that is driven by the needs and interests of health departments in Wisconsin.
New to Public Health Residency Program
The New to Public Health (N2PH) Residency Program is a first of its kind, 12-month, professional development program designed to support new public health professionals transitioning into a governmental public health agency.
The development of N2PH is supported by the NIH CTSA at University of Wisconsin-Madison grant 1UL1TR002373 and the UW Madison School of Medicine and Public Health’s Wisconsin Partnership Program, WPP-ICTR grant #4358. Additional grant funding was provided by the UW School of Medicine and Public Health from the Wisconsin Partnership Program through a grant to the UW Institute for Clinical and Translational Research, and from the UW-Madison School of Nursing (PI: Susan Zahner).