Frontier Nursing University (FNU) is proud of our alumni who make a difference in their communities and in their field.
This month, we are thankful to highlight six alumni who have been recently recognized for their significant accomplishments and pursuits to better the care they provide
FNU Alumna Writes Lead CEU Article for Nursing Publication
Congratulations to Dr. Jana Esden, FNU Course Faculty and Graduate of DNP Class 6, for her publication of the lead CEU article titled “Adverse Childhood Experiences and Implementing Trauma-informed Primary Care” in The Nurse Practitioner.
FNU Faculty Member and Alumna Work to Improve Depression Screening
Congratulations to FNU Faculty Member, Diana Jolles, PhD, CNM and FNU Graduate of DNP Class 24, Ann M. Schaeffer DNP, CNM – their recent work is featured in Health Leaders Media. See a link to their publication, “Not Missing the Opportunity: Improving Depression Screening and Follow-Up in a Multicultural Community” in The Joint Commission Journal on Quality and Patient Safety.
FNU Alumna Named Finalist in Research Competition
Congratulations to Tarnia Newton, Graduate of DNP Class 28. Her storyboard abstract was recently selected as one of six finalists for inclusion in the “Pitch Perfect” research competition at the International Forum on Quality and Safety in Healthcare. This Forum is held in Glasgow, March 27-29th, 2019. Her abstract is titled, IMPROVING DIABETES CARE IN A NURSE PRACTITIONER LED CLINIC: A QI PROJECT. This research competition is judged by Dr. Don Berwick, President Emeritus and Senior Fellow at the Institute for Healthcare Improvement, and Fiona Godlee, Editor-in-Chief of the BMJ. Congratulations, Dr. Newton. The Frontier Community is so proud of your work.
Faculty Member and Alumna Published in the Journal of Midwifery & Women’s Health
Congratulations to Faculty Member (and NYU PhD Student), Mimi Niles, CNM, LM, MPH on her recent publication in the JMWH titled, “Internet Search for Midwifery Fellowship Programs”. Mimi is a FNU graduate of CNEP Class 52. See the article here!
FNU Alumna Recognized as Innovator on CareZooming
Azam Tayyebi, DNP, FNP-BC, APRN (PM-DNP Class 27) is featured on CareZooming – she is billed an innovator in “Improving Timely Referrals via implementation of Lower Extremity Amputation Prevention (LEAP) Tool @ Suburban Wound Care Clinic”. Amazing work, Azam! See more at https://www.carezooming.com/innovators/