USD SON Professor to Speak on Perspectives on Racism and Health

USD SON Professor to Speak on Perspectives on Racism and Health

University of San Diego Hahn School of Nursing and Health Science Associate Professor Martha Fuller will be a panelist discussing  Perspectives on Racism and Health on February 16 at 4:00 pm.

This panel discussion is part of a virtual series, “Baked In: Racism Around and Within Us," hosted by the USD Humanities Center. The series explores some of the fundamental areas in which racial discrimination is deeply embedded in our lives.

Click here to register for the event and to see the upcoming discussions.

About Dr. Martha Fuller

Martha Grant Fuller, PhD, PPCNP-BC, is an Associate Professor of Nursing in the Nurse Practitioner and Doctor of Nursing Practice programs. She is the lead faculty for the Pediatric Nurse Practitioner Track at USD SON. She is a nationally certified pediatric nurse practitioner.

Dr. Fuller completed her PhD in Nursing at USD in 2016.  Her dissertation focused on the neurodevelopmental follow-up of premature infants. She received her Master of Science in Nursing and pediatric nurse practitioner at Columbia University and her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Syracuse University.

Dr. Fuller has practiced as a pediatric nurse practitioner since 1983, providing general pediatric care in a variety of settings then moving to neurodevelopmental follow-up of neonatal intensive care unit graduates in 1999. Prior to coming to USD, she worked as the coordinator of the High-Risk Infant Follow-up Program at UC San Diego Health, providing direct patient care, program management, and participating in multiple research projects.

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Carol Scimone
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619-260-4730

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