Jonas Scholar Directory

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Maha Habre, ,CEN

Case Western/Lebanese American University

Maha Habre is a Masters-prepared registered nurse specialized in and passionate about advanced practice emergency and high acuity nursing care. She is currently academically and clinically teaching at the Alice Ramez Chagoury School of Nursing at the Lebanese American University. After completing her BS in Nursing at the University of Balamand, she worked as a Staff Nurse at the Emergency Department of the American University of Beirut Medical Center.…

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Rahwa Haile, , FNP-BC, MSN, MPH

Samuel Merritt University

Rahwa Haile is an Oakland, CA native by way of Eritrea, a country in Northeast Africa. She is a product of Oakland Unified Public Schools and a graduate of San Francisco State University where she earned her Bachelor of Science degree in public health. She went on to earn her Masters in Public Health from City University of New York Hunter College.…

Shannon Halloway, ,BSN, RN

Rush University

Ms. Halloway is a BSN to PhD student at Rush University College of Nursing (RCON). Her research focus is on identifying modifiable health behaviors that can help stabilize or decrease the onset of cognitive impairment in community-dwelling older adults. Her interest in the older adult population was sparked when she was selected by the faculty to be a nursing scholar as part a Robert Wood Johnson funded Comprehensive Gerontologic Education Partnership at Pacific Lutheran University to produce more qualified nurses committed to the care of the older adult.…

Valerie Halstead, ,RN

University of Miami

Valerie Halstead graduated Magna Cum Laude with her BSN in May 2012 from the University of Miami. She received the Edgar Hall Nursing Scholarship, was named the March of Dimes Student Nurse of the Year, and was awarded the School of Nursing and Health Studies (SONHS) Alumni Award. She is part of the Alpha Lambda Delta National Honor Society and the Beta Tau Chapter of Sigma Theta Tau National Nursing Honor Society.…

Aimee Hamel

University of Minnesota

Aimee V. Hamel received her Masters of Nursing from the University of Minnesota School of Nursing after completing her undergraduate degree in Biology at Hamline University. She is currently pursuing the PhD in nursing at the University of Minnesota. Throughout her nursing career Ms. Hamel has focused on cardiovascular patient populations, beginning her work at Abbott Northwestern’s Heart Hospital.…

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Gwendolyn Hamid, , BA, MSN, RN

Villanova University

Gwendolyn M Hamid is a doctoral student at the M. Louise Fitzpatrick College of Nursing at Villanova University; Her dissertation will focus on the identification of factors related to depressive symptoms in veterans with traumatic brain injury. A second-degree nurse with previous degrees in Biology and English Literature, Gwendolyn earned her BSN from Thomas Jefferson University in 2005.…

Donna Hamill

Wayne State

Lauren Hamilton, ,BSN, RN

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Lauren Hamilton entered the field of nursing as an undergraduate student at West Virginia University. Her introduction to the veteran population occurred as a student nurse fulfilling a clinical rotation at a Veteran’s Medical Center. In 2008, Lauren completed West Virginia University’s Bachelor of Science degree program in Nursing. Lauren had previously completed a Bachelor of Arts degree in Geography, also from West Virginia University, in 2004.…

Laurie Hamilton, ,FNP-C

University of Southern Mississippi

Born and raised in Mississippi, Laurie spent her childhood providing health care to reluctant pets, dolls, and family members. After high school she decided to make it official by attending nursing school, where she was awarded the Circle of Excellence, the highest honor given students at the college. After gaining experience in a in a rural hospital until it closed, she moved to the challenging and compassion demanding positions of hospice care while working part-time in ICU/CCU to keep abreast of acute care changes.…

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Tessa Hamilton, , BSN, RN, PMHNP-DNP Student

University of Utah

Tessa Hamilton grew up in Blackfoot, Idaho where she enjoyed viewing life from the back of a horse. She graduated from Brigham Young University-Idaho with her BSN. She spent four years working as an Oncology nurse. She noticed many patients’ and family members’ mental health needs were going unmet. During that time she was nominated to be a physician coach during her hospital’s EMR transition.…

Julie Hammatt, ,CEN

Idaho State University

Julie Hammatt is currently part of the inaugural DNP class at Idaho State University. She holds a Bachelor’s of Arts in English which she received in 1998 from the University of Hawaii, and a Bachelor’s of Science in Nursing from Idaho State University in 2006, graduating with high honors. Her career has been dedicated to emergency nursing, in both urban and rural communities.…

Caroline Handschuh, , MSN, CNM

Columbia University

I am currently a PhD candidate at Columbia University’s School of Nursing. I am researching adolescent health risk behaviors and have a strong interest in reproductive health education and resources for adolescents including a broader interest in access to family planning in developing countries. Prior to starting the PhD program I worked for five years as a staff midwife, both inpatient and outpatient, at large urban hospital in New York City.…

Bryan Hansen

Johns Hopkins

Marian Hardwick

University of South Florida

Heather Harker Ryan

University of Massachusetts-Boston

Heather Harker Ryan is a third-year student enrolled in the Nursing BS-to-PhD Population Health program at the University of Massachusetts Boston. She received a BA in Anthropology from the Barnard College in 2006, and a BS in Nursing from Columbia University in 2008. She currently works as Program Nurse for the Preventive Cardiology Program at Boston Children’s Hospital, focusing on treatment of children with cardiovascular risk factors such as hypercholesterolemia, hypertension, and obesity.…

Patricia Harnois-Church

University of New Mexico

Megan Harper, , MSN, RN, CCRN

University of Texas-Arlington

My nursing career began in critical care after obtaining my BSN from McNeese State University in December 2003. Over the next eight years I took on the following roles: charge nurse, nurse preceptor, staff educator, and coordinator of the Critical Care Internship Program. I earned a MSN from the University of Texas Medical Branch in December 2009 and certification as a Critical Care Registered Nurse (CCRN).…

Courtney Harrigan, , MSN, CRNP, ANP-BC

Gwynedd Mercy University

Courtney Harrigan, MSN, CRNP, APN-BC, is an Adult Nurse Practitioner in Occupational/Employee Health at Abington Jefferson Health. She attended Immaculata University and obtained her BSN. She then attended LaSalle University for her MSN in Adult Health. She is a member of Sigma Theta Tau. She has received the Clinical Nurse Excellence Award and the Spirit of Nursing Award.…

Eboni Harris, ,FNP

University of South Carolina

Eboni Harris is a second-year doctoral student from Simpsonville, SC attending the University of South Carolina. She received her BSN from the University of South Carolina in 2004. During her BSN program she served as the South Carolina SNA State Board Nominations and Elections Committee Director. She completed her Master’s of Science in Nursing program at Clemson University in May 2009.…

Gabrielle Harris, , MSN, RN, FNP-BC

Duke University

Gabrielle Harris is a family nurse practitioner and a PhD student in Duke University’s School of Nursing. Gabrielle earned both her Bachelors and Masters of Science in Nursing degrees from Winston Salem State University (WSSU). As a graduate student at WSSU, Gabrielle was a scholar in the Bridge to the Doctorate, a joint program between Duke and WSSU that prepares minority nurses to successfully transition to a doctorate program.…