The 2010 Virginia M. Ohlson Program
“Ganbare! Celebrating the Life and Times of Chieko Onoda!”
Wednesday, April 28, 2010, 1 - 4PM
UIC College of Nursing
845 S. Damen Ave., 3rd Floor
Chicago, IL 60612-7350
World Movie Premier: “Ganbare! Celebrating the Life and Times of Chieko Onoda!”
"Nursing in Japan, 2010" by William L. Holzemer, RN, PhD, FAAN (Dean & Professor, College of Nursing Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey)
Scholarship award presentation
and Reception to follow
Please RSVP: (312) 996-0621 or email@example.com
About Chieko Onoda
Since graduating from the Cook
County School of Nursing in 1947,
Chieko Onoda has been tireless in
her efforts to help others. After
working for many years as a school
nurse in Northwest Indiana, Ms.
Onoda graduated from the University
of Colorado in 1972 as one of the first
pediatric nurse practitioners in the
country. She has written extensively and presented
information on the role of the pediatric nurse practitioner
in furthering the health of children. An endowed scholarship has been established in recognition of her
significant contribution to nursing and the success of our
students. We are most pleased to premiere a video
presentation celebrating her life at this event!
About William L. Holzemer
William L. Holzemer, RN, PhD,
FAAN is currently Professor
and Dean of the Rutgers
College of Nursing and holds
the Lillian and Dudley Aldous
Endowed Chair in Nursing
Science at the University of
California, San Francisco. He is a visiting professor at
St. Luke’s College of Nursing in Tokyo, Japan, and
editor-in-chief of the Japan Journal of Nursing Science.
Virginia M. Ohlson International Studies Fund
The Virginia M. Ohlson International Studies Fund International Studies provides funds to advance the significant work in international studies begun by Dr. Virginia Ohlson at UIC. These funds enable the College to award scholarships to exceptional international students, bring renowned lecturers in international health care to the College, and enhance the College's contribution to international nursing through its role as a World Health Organization Collaborating Center for International Nursing Development in Primary Health Care.
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