Faculty Selected for Leadership Academy in Social Determinants of Health and Social Change
As healthcare professionals grapple with how to achieve health equity, three faculty members from Adtalem Global Education will be preparing to make a greater difference through the Social Determinants of Health and Social Change Leadership Academy. The academy is a cornerstone of the groundbreaking collaboration between the National League for Nursing (NLN) and Walden University—the NLN | Walden Institute for Social Determinants of Health and Social Change.
The Adtalem faculty chosen through a competitive application process join a cohort with seven other distinguished health profession educators across the country.
Dr. Christine Frazer is a senior core faculty member in Walden University’s College of Nursing. She has nearly 40 years of nursing experience including 20 in academia. She is an advocate for improving people’s well-being and for educating leaders and community member on social determinants of health.
Dr. Denise Land is an academic coordinator in Walden’s College of Management and Human Potential. Over the last 20 years, she has taught in the fields of social work, management, leadership, and human services.
Dr. Lois Lopez is a faculty development specialist at Chamberlain University. She has worked as a registered nurse in a children’s hospital and in an emergency room. In higher education, she has served as an assistant professor, program chair, and curriculum and instruction developer.
Read more on the NLN website.