Hodges, Holland named top professors by professional web site

Both professors were selected for influencing the Women's Health Nurse Practitioner specialization for the better
Hodges, AshleyAssistant Dean for Graduate Clinical Programs and Associate Professor Ashley Hodges, PhD, CRNP-Faculty, WHNP-BC, and Assistant Professor Aimee Holland, DNP, CRNP, WHNP-BC, NP-C, RD, have been named among the 20 Outstanding Professors of Women’s Health Nursing by the professional web site nursepractitionerschools.com.

Dr. Ashley Hodges is an experienced educator and leader in nursing. She is certified as a Women’s Health NP and has more than 25 years of experience in maternal child nursing, administration and education. Dr. Hodges is known nationally for her work on the Association of Women’s Health, Obstetric and Neonatal Nurses Board of Directors, Development Committee and Co-Chair of the Public Policy Committee. She also serves on the Advisory Panel for WorkplacHolland Aimeee Violence and Incivility for the American Nurses Association (ANA). Dr. Hodges earned both her master’s and doctorate from the UAB School of Nursing.

Dr. Aimee Chism Holland is the Director of Graduate Clinical Program Progression and is formerly the coordinator of the dual adult-gerontology primary and women's health nurse practitioner specialty track. Dr. Holland's expertise in women's health is utilized performing gynecology procedures, reproductive life planning counseling, and preventive services in the college health setting. She is on the National Association of Nurse Practitioners in Women's Health (NPWH) Board of Directors and isthe Chair of the Research Committee. In addition, Dr. Holland is LACE representative for the National Organization of Nurse Practitioner's in Women's Health (NPWH). She also received the Award of Excellence in Community Service from the Association of Women's Health, Obstetrics, and Neonatal Nursing (AWHONN) in 2014. Dr. Holland earned her doctorate from the UAB School of Nursing.

nursepractitionerschools.com says both professors were selected for this distinction because they are " not only teaching and helping to prepare a new generation of healthcare providers, they are conducting research and shaping policy to help increase birthrates and save lives...” and are “...influencing the WHNP specialization for the better.”
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