Family Nurse Practitioner Program faculty stay professionally active

Tamera Pearson, associate professor and director of the Family Nurse Practitioner Program, was invited to give a cardiovascular update presentation in May at the annual meeting of the North Carolina Occupational Nurses Association.

Lydia Elliott, assistant professor in the program, provided a presentation on “Culturally Competent Communication” for the annual North Carolina Nurses Association Nurse Practitioner Spring Symposium on March 31 in Asheville.

Ann McDonald, assistant professor in the program, has been elected as the North Carolina representative to the American Association of Nurse Practitioners.

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Commencement 2017
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