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Henry Street Consortium Partnership Engagement Model
The Henry Street Consortium developed a partnership engagement model for best practices for nurse educators and public health nurses to plan and organize clinical experiences for nursing students. This project was funded by a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation alumni grant received by Bonnie Brueshoff, Public Health Director from Dakota County, Minnesota. Pat Schoon, Assistant Professor from Metropolitan State University and Marjorie Schaffer, Professor of Nursing Emerita from Bethel University, also collaborated on grant activities.
Project methods (2014 to 2016)
Remembering the 2018 Fall Conference
Leading the Way: Partnering Education and Practice for the Emerging Public Health Nursing Workforce
Keynote "Partner for Impact" with Dr. Susan Zahner and Partnership Engagement Model stimulated discussion at HSC Conference
Recent Henry Street Consortium Award Winners
March of Dimes Nurse of the Year Award in Education and Research
Dr. Patricia Schoon, Assistant Professor at Metropolitan State University, in recognition of her many contributions to nursing research and education in population health and public health nursing (pictured below, Right photo).
Barbara O'Grady Excellence in Public Health Nursing Leadership Award
Dr. Bonnie Brueshoff, Dakota County Public Health Director, in honor and recognition as a public health nurse who has exemplified outstanding leadership and contributions to public health (pictured above Left photo, in center).