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BYU's Sabrina D. Jarvis named fellow of national nursing group

Brigham Young University School of Nursing faculty member Sabrina D. Jarvis was named a Fellow of the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners at the recent AANP 26th National Conference in Las Vegas.

The fellows program was established in 2000 to recognize nurse practitioner leaders who have made outstanding contributions to health care through nurse practitioner clinical practice, research, education or policy.

Fellows of the AANP are committed to the global advancement of nursing through the development of imaginative and creative future nurse practitioner leaders. They hold an annual think tank to strategize about the future of nurse practitioners and health care. Only a limited number of nurse practitioners are selected for this highly coveted distinction each year.

Jarvis is dual-certified as both a family and an acute care nurse practitioner. She is a national consultant and course coordinator for the Society of Critical Care Medicine’s Fundamentals of Critical Care Support Course (FCCS). She was the co-coordinator for the first national FCCS course offered to nurse practitioners. 

She helped pioneer the acute care nurse practitioner role in the adult intensive care setting more than 20 years ago. Jarvis is an American Heart Association Advanced Cardiac Life Support faculty and provider, and she routinely teaches critical care topics at the national and regional level. She has developed national webinar presentations and podium lectures on chest radiology for acute and primary care providers.

For more information, contact Rachel Scroggins at (801) 422-2192 or nursing-dev@byu.edu.

Writer: Melissa Connor

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