This fall, the Jonas Center initiated 440 new doctoral nurse candidates as part of the 2016-18 Jonas Scholar Cohort. In so doing, the Jonas Center achieved its ambitious goal to prepare more than 1,000 nurse faculty and clinical leaders nationwide. more...
Continued Support from the May and Stanley Smith Charitable Trust
The Trust works to promote the dignity, agency, and self-sufficiency of individuals within its focus populations, and supports organizations that strive to achieve a lasting difference in the lives of the people they serve. more...
(Photo Above: Dr. Martha Hill [second from right] pictured with fellow Jonas Center Advisory Board Members [left to right] John Jonas, Dr. Louis Sullivan and George Fox, and Jonas Center Senior Advisor General Bill Bester [far right].)
At the Congress, Billy participated in the panel for LGBTQ: Leadership and Health Promotion where he discussed his research for “An Integrated Review of Cardiovascular Disease in Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual Adults.” We connected with Billy to learn about his experience. more...
Jonas Scholars Support Future Nurse Leader
This year, Jonas Nurse Leader Scholars and Alumni united in a campaign to support a scholarship for a future Nurse Leader. The goal was to raise $10,000 by the end of the year to support one Jonas Scholar in the upcoming 2016-18 Jonas Scholar Cohort. To date, they have already surpassed the goal with 69 contributors from 30 states across the country.
Jonas Center Sponsors Funders' Briefing on Healthcare Workforce
(Photo Above, Left to Right: Darlene Curley, CEO, Jonas Family Fund & Executive Director, Jonas Center; Rob Lott, [Moderator], Deputy Editor, Health Affairs Journal; Dr. Louis Sullivan, Jonas Center Advisory Board Member; President Emeritus, Morehouse School of Medicine; Chair, The Sullivan Alliance; Dr. Terry Fulmer, President, The John A. Hartford Foundation; and Dr. Prabhjot Singh, Director, Arnhold Institute for Global Health, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai.)
General Bester Shares Program Updates at National Conferences
Standing (Left to Right): Dr. Elaine Tagliareni, Dr. Kristina Dreifuerst, Lisa Zenoni, Pamela Potter, Carlene McLaughlin, Rebecca Patton, Shevellanie Lott, and Dr. Cynthia Bradley.
Seated (Left to Right): Darlene Kuchinski-Donnelly, Dr. Beverly Malone, General Bill Bester, and Lisa Carroll.