An Exclusive Interview with Pam Cipriano and Marlene Feagan

Listen in on an interview with Pam Cipriano, the 35th President of the American Nurses Association and Marlene Feagan, the Health Ministries Coordinator and past President of the Health Ministries Association.

Pam Cipriano, PhD. 35th President of the American Nurses Association and Research Associate Professor at the University of Virginia School of Nursing, Charlottesville, VA

A distinguished nursing leader, Dr. Cipriano has extensive experience as an executive in academic medical centers. In 2018, she was named one of the “Top 100 Most Influential People in (US) Healthcare” by Modern Healthcare magazine for the fourth year in a row. In 2015, the publication also named her as one of the “Top 25 Women in Healthcare.” Dr. Cipriano’s tireless efforts to advance the role and visibility of nurses are well recognized throughout the profession. Learn more about Pam here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/pam-cipriano-b18a0119/

Marlene Feagan, Health Ministries Coordinator at St. Elizabeth Healthcare in Covington, KY.

Marlene Feagan, MA, BSN, RN-BC is the Health Ministries Coordinator for St. Elizabeth Healthcare, Northern Kentucky. In 1997, Marlene developed and implemented the Parish Nursing/Health Ministries Program to establish a holistic wellness and prevention program serving area faith communities. Marlene has served the Health Ministries Association, Inc. – both locally and nationally, as board Secretary, co-chair of the 2001 annual conference held in Cincinnati, OH, president-elect and currently is serving as past-president of the organization and co-chair for the 2019 Health Ministries Conference. She has served on the work group for the Scope and Standards of Practice for Faith Community Nursing last two publications. Learn more about Marlene here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/marlene-feagan-30a23763/

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