Dr. Emily Drake, beloved professor of maternal and child health, was elected president of the American Association of Women’s Health, Obstetric and Neonatal Nurses (AWHONN), the voice for more than 350,000 nurses around the US, and begins her three-year term Jan 1, 2016.
Drake's election brings to three the number of national nursing organization presidents who make their academic home at UVA School of Nursing, including of American Nurses Association President Pam Cipriano and American Association of Critical Care Nurses’ president elect Clareen Wiencek.
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