Ambulatory APRN’s on the Frontline of COVID-19 Care
We offer a free complete 30-minute webinar, as well as two Quick Videos of key highlights. You can register for the complete webinar here; you can watch the Quick Videos below. In these videos, you will learn about what to anticipate as your COVID-19 cases increase, the benefits of knowing your infection control fundamentals, nurses as leaders and advocates, real life tips when caring for COVID-19 patients in the ambulatory setting, how traditional roles that nurses fill take on new urgency, and the range of emotions that nurses feel while caring for COVID-19 patients.
COVID-19 in Non-Acute Care Settings: Hard-Earned Lessons from Two APRNs on the Frontlines
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Anticipating the Surge
This 7-minute quick video examines what to anticipate as your COVID-19 cases increase, the benefits of knowing your infection control fundamentals, and nurses as leaders and advocates.
Tips for the Ambulatory Setting
This 16-minute quick video examines real life tips when caring for COVID-19 patients in the ambulatory setting, how traditional roles that nurses fill take on new urgency, and the range of emotions that nurses feel while caring for COVID-19 patients.
Justin Gill, DNP, APRN, FNP
Mr. Gill is an APRN and Family Nurse Practitioner in Washington State and leader in health policy. He currently serves as Chair of the Legislative/Health Policy Council and member for the Board of Directors for the Washington State Nurses Association (WSNA). He is a member of the legislative committee for ARNPs United of Washington State and serves as a member of the ANA Political Action Committee (ANA-PAC) Board of Trustees. He holds a doctorate degree from Yale, a master’s degree from Georgetown, and a Baccalaureate degree from the University of Washington, Bothell. Mr. Gill received the ANA Nurse Advocate Award, which was granted to both him and Senator Susan Collins of Maine.
Schquthia Peacock, FNP
Mrs. Peacock graduated from The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing. She worked as a Registered Nurse for 7 years before deciding to go back to UNC for a Master’s Degree in Advance Practice Nursing. Schquthia has been in private practice as a Family Nurse Practitioner since 1999. In 2014, North Carolina Nurses Association named Schquthia “Practice Nurse of the Year.” She was also named Legislative Nurse of the year in 2017. She is the Chair of the North Carolina Nurses Association Council of Nurse Practitioners. She also serves on the University of North at Chapel Hill School of Nursing Alumni Board.
Kendra McMillian, MPH, RN
Kendra McMillian is a Senior Policy Advisor at the American Nurses Association in the Department of Nursing Practice and Work Environment. She is a licensed Registered Nurse with a master’s degree in Public Health. In her current role she is working to address safe staffing, emerging roles and trends in nursing practice, monitoring of infectious disease, and disaster preparedness. She is passionate about the profession of nursing and nursing’s impact on the delivery of quality healthcare and overall improvement of the population’s health.
Made possible by the generosity of the American Nurses Foundation.