Nursing Professor Receives Recognition for Presentation
Assistant Professor of Nursing Danielle Stratton received recognition for her presentation on Adolescent Health: PCOS and the Importance of Early Detection, Diagnosis, Treatment, and Intervention.
Danielle Stratton, DNP, RN, PPNPC-BC, an Assistant Professor in the Department of Nursing, was invited to present at the 44th National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioner (NAPNAP) Conference in Orlando, Florida over Spring Break. This was a session that was in-person and live streamed nationally. The title of her presentation was Adolescent Health: PCOS and the Importance of Early Detection, Diagnosis, Treatment, and Intervention. Her presentation was approved for continuing education credit hours that count toward national board certification for nurse practitioners.
This presentation was featured in the Clinical Advisor.
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Posted: March 22, 2023