Columbia Nursing in the News on National Nurses Day
In celebration of National Nurses Day, a number of Columbia Nursing's faculty appeared on local and national news channels to talk about nursing, what inspired them to become nurses, the pandemic, and more.
Kellie Bryant, DNP
Assistant Professor and Assistant Dean of Clinical Affairs and Simulation
Kellie Bryant, DNP joined NBC News Now anchor Alison Morries to discuss COVID-19 news, vaccine facts and fears, and the importance of National Nurses Day.
Marie Carmel Garcon, DNP
Assistant Professor and House Calls Provider, ColumbiaDoctors Primary Care Nurse Practitioner Group
Marie Carmel Garcon, DNP spoke to WABC Radio about what inspired her to become a nurse and the work she has been doing throughout the pandemic to help home-bound patients.
Stephen Ferrara, DNP
Assistant Professor and Associate Dean, Clinical Affairs
Stephen Ferrara, DNP spoke with WABC Radio about how the ColumbiaDoctors Primary Care Nurse Practitioner Group that he leads adapted throughout the pandemic, turning into a cold, cough, and fever clinic, taking on telehealth appointments, and taking part in some clinical trials for different COVID-19 testing.
Jacquelyn Y. Taylor, PhD
Helen F. Pettit Professor of Nursing and Executive Director, Center for Research on People of Color
Jacquelyn Taylor, PhD spoke with WABC Radio about what inspired her to become a nurse scientist.