The Duke-Johnson & Johnson Nurse Leadership Program has selected four Frontier Nursing University (FNU) graduates as Advanced Practice Nurse Fellows for the 2018-19 program year.
This one-year fellowship is a leadership development program through the Duke University School of Medicine Division of Community Health.
The program provides leadership development opportunities for advanced practice nurses to be better able to meet the challenges of the evolving health care environment. After completion of the one-year fellowship, program fellows are enabled to provide more effective and efficient health care services to underserved populations.
FNU alumni selected as fellows for the 2018-2019 program include:
Julie Paul, DNP, CNM, FACNM. Paul graduated from FNU’s CNEP (Class 42) and DNP (class 4). She’s now a student in the PMHNP program class 155 and co-director of a certified nurse-midwife hospitalist program at South Shore Hospital in Weymouth, Mass.
Laura Willis, DNP, APRN, FNP-C, CMSRN. Willis completed both her CNFP (Class 88) and DNP (class 16) at FNU. She now practices at Urbana Family Medicine and Pediatrics through Mercy Health Physicians Group in Urbana, Ohio.
Tamara Rolan, CNM, APRN, MSN. Rolan is a graduate of CNEP (Class 85) at FNU, practicing midwifery at St Luke’s OB-GYN Clinic in Meridian, Md.
Nikia Grayson, CNM, FNP, APRN. Grayson graduated from FNU’s CNEP (Class 142). She now serves underserved, underrepresented women as a nurse-midwife at a private reproductive health clinic in urban Memphis, Tenn.
A total of 45 advanced practice nurses were chosen as 2018-2019 fellows.
Congratulations to our FNU Alumni selected for this honor!