Linda  Crew

Linda Crew

United States

I have been Director of the Joseph F. Sullivan Center, an academic nurse-managed health center, since 1994. Under my leadership, the Center has received numerous awards for excellence in community outreach and service including: SC Office of Minority Health Access to Care Award, SC Rural Health Association Award of Merit for Excellence in Research, State Health Plan Prevention Partners Award for Collaboration, SC Best Chance Network Provider Facility of the Year and SC Migrant Health Program Innovative Programs Award. I have been the PI and/or Project Director on numerous grants including Accessible and Culturally Competent Hispanic Health Care funded by Department of HHS (HRSA), Avon Health Connector Project funded by the Avon Breast Care Fund and the Mountain Rest Project funded by the Appalachian Regional Commission. I have been a consultant to the School of Nursing at Radford University on a Basic Nurse Education and Practice Grant for the implementation of an interdisciplinary health clinic with a mobile health unit. I have presented at numerous professional conferences, nationally and internationally. I was a semi-finalist for the RWJ Executive Nurse Fellows Program, 2004. I am a graduate of the Johnson & Johnson/UCLA Health Care Executive Program, 2003. In 2002, I received the Excellence in Writing Award from the SC Nurses Association and Arthur L. Davis Publishing Company for my article entitled "Avon health connector project: Connecting low-income women to breast and cervical cancer screening".

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Project Report 11 November 2005

Educational and health services innovation to improve care for rural Hispanic communities in the USA

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The future rural healthcare landscape: perspectives of young healthcare professionals

The iron status of rural Nigerian women in the second and third trimesters of pregnancy

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UBUNTU 2024: People, Place, and Policy for Community Wellness, 10–13 September 2024, Cape Town, South Africa
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23rd International Balint Congress, 9–13 September 2024, Boulder, CO, USA
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17th National Rural Health Conference, 16–18 September 2024, Perth, WA, Australia
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15th National Rural & Remote Allied Health Conference (SARRAH), 21–23 October 2024, Mildura, Australia
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RMA24, 23–26 October 2024, Darwin, NT, Australia
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International Conference on Rural Nursing and Rural Health (ICRNRH), 28–29 October 2024, Lisbon, Portugal
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15th National Rural & Remote Allied Health Conference: Going the distance, 21–23 October 2024, Mildura, Vic., Australia
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11th Biennial Pacific Region Indigenous Doctors Congress (PRIDoC) 2024, 2–6 December 2024, Kaurna Country, Adelaide, Australia
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