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James Curran and Linda McCauley

James Curran co-chaired the search for nursing dean Linda McCauley. She holds a joint appointment in environmental health.


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"Among the health professions, nursing always has been at the center of public health," says RSPH Dean James Curran. As co-chair of a national search committee, Curran helped select Linda McCauley as the new dean of the Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing. McCauley is an enviromental health researcher from the University of Pennsylvania. “Public health nurses are leaders in communities throughout the world in assessing health needs and providing care and preventive services,” says Curran. “Through their commitment to excellent care and social justice, nurses are crucial to improving the health of populations.”

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