Stephanie Chalupka (Nursing) was inducted into the National Academies of Practice at a recent ceremony in Washington, D.C. The National Academies of Practice, which is limited to only 150 members at any given time, is comprised of distinguished practitioners and scholars from all of the primary health professions. She was elected to the National Academies as a Distinguished Scholar in recognition of her research in environmental health.
She also presented “Evidence-based Case Study Materials to Support the ANA Environmental Health Nursing Practice Standard and Nurses and Standard/Universal Precautions: Analysis of Barriers Affecting Strict Compliance” at the 2011 annual meeting of the American Public Health Association in Washington, D.C.
She also is the author of “Planning for Community Change,” which appears as a book chapter in the newly released textbook Community and Public Health Nursing: Evidence for Practice. The textbook is published by Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins.
Chalupka is the author of “Trenching and Excavation: Preventing Workplace Fatalities,” which was published in the September issue of Journal of the American Association of Occupational Health Nurses.
Soltano, Larrivee, and Meyer Present on Pros and Cons of Student Research
Emily Soltano (Psychology), Linda Larrivee, (Communication Sciences and Disorders), and Susanna Meyer (Communication Sciences and Disorders) presented a talk at the Northeast Conference on the . . .