|CON faculty member inducted into AAN
The American Academy of Nursing (AAN) elected College of Nursing
faculty member Jeanette O. Andrews, Ph.D., to membership. She and the
other newly inducted fellows were honored at the American Academy of
Nursing’s 37th Annual Meeting and Conference Nov. 11 in Washington, DC.
Dr. Jeanette Andrews
Andrews is the associate dean for research and evaluation and the
director of the Center for Community Health Partnerships in the College
of Nursing. Andrews teaches in the doctoral program with a focus on
health disparities research, community based participatory research,
measurement, and quantitative methods. She has a joint appointment in
the College of Graduate Studies.
Andrews' research interests are community-based participatory research
and cardiovascular risk reduction, with a special emphasis on smoking
cessation and obesity interventions in African-American women. She has
more than 50 publications in peer-reviewed journals, including
Ethnicity & Disease, Nursing Research, Preventive Medicine, and
Research in Nursing & Health. Additionally, Andrews has received
funding from the National Institute of Nursing Research, National
Cancer Institute, National Heart, Lung & Blood Institute, Georgia
Cancer Coalition, American Cancer Society and the American Legacy
AAN’s 1,500 members, known as fellows, are nursing's most accomplished
leaders in education, management, practice and research.
Friday, Dec. 17, 2010