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Ten faculty, alumni, and doctoral students from the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing (JHSON) have been selected for induction as fellows into the American Academy of Nursing. “Earning fellowship in the academy is a distinct honor and milestone,” says JHSON Dean Sarah Szanton, PhD, RN, FAAN. “We are exceptionally proud of everyone from the JHSON community who will become part of the 2022 cohort.”

The 2022 fellows from JHSON include:

Kelly Bower, PhD, MSN/MPH, RN—faculty/alumnus—a JHSON associate professor and associate director of the Johns Hopkins Urban Health Institute. Her research and public health nursing practice focus on the elimination of inequities in women’s, maternal, and infant health. 

Deborah Busch, DNP, CPNP-PC, IBCLC, CNE, FAANP—faculty—a JHSON assistant professor and a pediatric NP with clinical practice in general pediatrics and lactation. She is the track coordinator of JHSON’s Pediatric Nurse Practitioner Primary Care program and leads the Pediatric Faculty Interest Group. 

Kelly Gleason, PhD, RN—faculty/alumnus—a JHSON assistant professor with a joint appointment in the School of Medicine’s Department of Health Science Informatics. Her research focuses on integrating patient-reported information with electronic medical record data to improve diagnostic processes. Gleason is co-lead of the Armstrong Institute’s Center for Diagnostic Excellence’s Team Core.

Karan Kverno, PhD, PMHCNS-BC, PMHNP-BC, FAANP—faculty—a JHSON associate professor and an expert in advanced practice psychiatric and mental health nursing education. She led the implementation of JHSON’s online Post-master’s Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurse Practitioner certificate program. Kverno has practiced as a psychiatric-mental health clinical nurse specialist and hospital-based outpatient psychiatric-mental health nurse practitioner.

Michelle Patch, PhD, MSN, APRN-CNS, ACNS-BC, AFN-C—faculty/alumnus—a board-certified adult health clinical nurse specialist (CNS), assistant professor, and CNS track coordinator at JHSON, maintaining a practice with Johns Hopkins Medicine’s Armstrong Institute for Quality and Patient Safety. Her work has been dedicated to improving patient, staff, and public health safety, particularly during times of crisis, violence, disaster, and trauma.

Timian Godfrey, DNP, APRN, FNP-BC—alumnus—a member of the Navajo Nation, a board-certified family nurse practitioner working with tribal nations, and an assistant clinical professor at the University of Arizona College of Nursing. She is the project director for two grant-funded programs to bring underrepresented groups into the nursing profession.

John N. Cranmer, DNP, MPH, MSN, EBP(CH), CPH, ANP—alumnus—an associate professor at the Neil Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing at Emory University. His implementation research focuses on collaborative approaches in low- and middle-income countries with a particular focus on high-impact, low-cost, collaborative solutions for maternal and low-birthweight mortality in Ethiopia.

Read more about Timian Godfrey (Arizona) and John Cranmer (Georgia) at unitedstatesofnursing.org.

Marian Grant, NP, ACNP-BC, ACHPN, FPCN—adjunct faculty/alumnus—a national palliative care leader with expertise in policy, marketing, nursing, research, education, and communication. She has served as the senior regulatory advisor for the Coalition to Transform Advanced Care, a nurse practitioner at Johns Hopkins Bayview, and a board member for the national Hospice and Palliative Nurses Association.

Josh Wymer, MSPM, MA, MSN, RN, CNOR, CSSM, RN-BC, NEA-BC, FACHE—doctoral student—a DNP Executive track student exploring the impact of specialty certification in the context of professional development and impact on nursing practice. Wymer has practiced across medical-surgical, post-anesthesia, ambulatory procedures, and primary care areas, most recently in perioperative nursing.

Michael Joseph Dino, PhD, MAN, RN, LPT—doctoral student—a PhD student whose dissertation paper focuses on the Fourth Industrial Revolution and humanoid technologies in health and nursing. Dino is a member of the Apple Distinguished Educators group, director of the Research Development and Innovation Center of Our Lady of Fatima University in Valenzuela City, Philippines, and president of the Phi Gamma Chapter of the Sigma International Honor Society in Nursing.

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