The Association of Black Nursing Faculty, Inc. (ABNF) welcomes you back from a summer; hopefully, of rest, restoration, and relaxation! The mission of ABNF to promote and widely disseminate the research and other scholarly works of the minority nurse academician that remain relevant. We had an awesome 35th Annual Meeting and Scientific Conference at the beautiful Nassau Bahama’s Atlantis Paradise Resort on June 9-12, 2022. As we gained the most recent evidence and research on “Advancing Health Equity in Ethnically Diverse Populations through Practice, Research, Education, and Policy (PREP)”, we were able to make new connections; strengthen the current ones; and reconnect with others.
The Association of Black Nursing Faculty, Inc. is proud to showcase its members who are on the move! Our members are dedicated nurses and faculty members who strive for excellence in their fields. From making advancements in nursing research to training the next generation of nurses globally, our members are trailblazers leading the way. We’re honored to work with such passionate and energetic individuals who are changing the face of nursing. Join us as we celebrate our incredible members and all they do for our profession! Congratulations to the movers and shakers within ABNF!
Dr. Wanda Chukwu was selected to be one of the first co-host for the American Nurse Association (ANA) Michigan podcast, Voices for Nurses: A podcast for Michigan Nurses by ANA Michigan Nurses. Dr. Chukwu is serving a consecutive two-year term on the ANA Michigan Nursing & Health Policy committee. She is an active member of […]
Karen E. Alexander, PhD, RN, CNOR CNE, is an associate professor and founding director of all nursing programs at the University of Houston-Clear Lake (UHCL), College of Human Sciences and Humanities, Texas. She was the first faculty nurse educator ever to receive tenure at UHCL. As a registered nurse (RN) with over 35 years of […]
Benita Chatmon, PhD, RN, CNE, is an assistant professor and the assistant dean for Clinical Nursing Education at LSU Health-New Orleans School of Nursing. She obtained her Bachelor of Science (BSN) in Nursing in 2007 and Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) in Education in 2010 from Southern University and A&M College in Baton Rouge, […]