The Voice of Humana Nurses Podcast
Humana’s Chief Nursing Office represents a community of nearly 10,000 nurses, care managers and social workers at Humana, promoting a culture that values and supports clinical professionals and impacts health outcomes.
Men in Nursing – Why Gender Diversity Matters in the Nursing Workforce
Speaker: ANA President Ernest Grant, PhD, RN, FAAN
Speaker: American Nurses Foundation Executive Director Kate Judge
Ernest Grant, PhD, RN, FAAN
A distinguished leader, Dr. Grant has more than 30 years of nursing experience and is an internationally recognized burn-care and fire-safety expert. In this role, Grant oversaw burn education for physicians, nurses, and other allied health care personnel and ran the center’s nationally acclaimed burn prevention program, which promotes safety and works to reduce burn-related injuries through public education and the legislative process. Grant is frequently sought out for his expertise as a clinician and educator. In addition to being a prolific speaker, he has conducted numerous burn-education courses with various branches of the U.S. military in preparation for troops’ deployment to Iraq and Afghanistan. He was inducted as a fellow into the American Academy of Nursing in 2014. He is the first man to be elected to the office of president of the American Nurses Association.
Executive Director, American Nurses Foundation
Kate Judge has more than 30 years of leadership experience in the areas of healthcare and non-profit communication, resource generation and management. Her work has supported large and small organizations in education, healthcare, and human service within the United States and abroad.She became the Executive Director of the American Nurses Foundation, the philanthropic arm of the American Nurses Association and American Nurses Credentialing Center. The Foundation, one of the first to invest in nursing research, now has a diverse program portfolio focusing on the health of nurses and the impact on patients, leadership development, health policy, and elevating the image of nurses.