contribution: original concept, original concept, designed the project, collected data, collected data, wrote the first draft
position: Clinical Associate Professor
I am an Associate Professor of Nursing and Nurse-midwifery. I have been involved with access to education for advanced nurse practice and access to health care for rural New Mexico and community work with Navajo nursing leadership over the past twelve years. I am a founding board member of the N-NURSE (Navajoland Nurses United for Research Service and Eduction) organization.
contribution: designed the project, collected data, contributed to drafts, input data
position: Project Manager
Linda Petri, project manager for the University of New Mexico College of Nursing, holds a Masters Degree in Anthropology and a Public Administration Certificate in Gerontology. Ms. Petri brings expertise from completed research on cultural issues in health care delivery as it pertains to American Indian elders and as co-investigator in the workbased survey as it relates to advancement in health career education for Navajo Nation health workers.
contribution: supervised data collection, contributed to drafts
position: Chief Clinical Consultant for Advanced Practice Nursing for IHS
Director of Nurse-Midwifery Service and IHS Chief Clinical Consultant for Advance Practice Nursing. Research interests are mentorship in nursing, cultural competency, maternal-child health issues impacting American Indians/Alaskan Natives, public health policies impacting the health of American Indians/Alaskan Natives and workforce development for rural American Indian communities.
Registered nurses and medicines regulation in remote Australia
Sustainability of a rural volunteer program – Nav-CARE
Australian Rural & Remote Mental Health Symposium
3rd Australasian Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder Conference
Digital Health Institute Summit 2020
WONCA World Conference 2020