Request for expertise
sarvey at berea.edu
Mon Feb 16 16:26:53 PST 1998
This sounds exciting, but for national representation I would wonder why the
candidate would have to be someone from wet of the Mississippi...The is an
incredible amout of community health practice out here in the east, also. I
teach at a college with an entire baccalaureate nursing curriculum dedicated to
community based practice especially in rural communities in Kentucky...and Gerry
Molavi at University of Tennessee, a FNP also, is engaged in designing school
health partnerships in inner city schools...that is community also. I certainly
do not intend for this to be misconstrued, however community health does not
exist only in the west!!
I should like to propose to you three candidates for consideration:
Kim Larson, MSN, RN Barton College, Wilson, NC 919-399-6400 who works
extensively with migrant groups;
Judy Perry, MSN, PhD cand, at Univ So. Indiana is an expert in the rural
area of eastern Kentucky and
Brenda Hosely, MSN, RN Berea College, Berea, Ky 606-986-9341
Any of the three of these expert practitioners would serve this position with
Sharon Isenhour Sarvey
sarvey at berea.edu
Department of Nursing
Berea, KY 40404
Subject: RE: Request for expertise
From: phnurses at u.washington.edu at Berlink
Date: 2/16/98 7:07 PM
Thanks. I will try to phone you tomorrow. Judi
> From: Cjm[SMTP:cmaney at flash.net]
> Sent: Friday, February 13, 1998 10:32 PM
> To: Public Health Nursing Discussion and Information
> Subject: Re: Request for expertise
> Judith Hertz wrote:
> > Hello,
> > I am seeking assistance for a role delineation study that I will be
> > conducting for the National Council of State Boards of Nursing. I am
> > looking for a master's prepared, public health nurse to sit on a
> > of experts for this study. It is necessary for this nurse to have
> > current clinical practice experience working with multiple levels of
> > nurses (unlicensed through advanced practice, if possible). Also,
> > I need national representation, I am currently looking for a nurse
> > a state that is west of the Mississippi. The panel will review
> > of a questionnaire and an extensive nursing activity list to make
> > both adequately represent the domain of nursing.
> > I expect to conduct this panel via mail at the end of this month;
> > will be an honorarium for participation.
> > If somebody is interested and willing to serve on this panel, please
> > contact me directly (phone, address, FAX and e-mail are listed
> > I would be please to give you additional information as needed.
> > you. Judi
> > Judith E. Hertz, PhD, RN
> > Research Associate
> > National Council of State Boards of Nursing, Inc.
> > 676 N. St. Clair St., Suite 550
> > Chicago, IL 60611-2921
> > Voice: 312-787-6555, Ext. 181
> > FAX: 312-787-6898
> > E-mail: jhertz at ncsbn.org
> Dear Judith,
> I would be willing to assist you, don't know if my credentials are
> you are looking for.
> I complete my MSN in Community Health in 11 weeks.
> I have worked in public health in various capactiites over the past 13
> years, and am currently working as community services coordinator for
> large family practice residency (I just started).
> I have worked as a phn, an administrator, a certified school nurse, a
> senior phn. Levels of professionals I have wroked with over the years
> include: UAPs, 2, 3, 4 yr. RNs, MPH/MSN colleagues, and of course,
> Also, if you want references, I can provide.
> I can send you my resume at your request.
> Voice mail:630-856-8927.
> email below.
> MSN student, NIU
> mailto:cmaney at flash.net
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