SUNY Delhi, USA
Researcher at Research for Social Advancement
Private practice for ophthalmology.
Adele Webb was the Assistant Dean of External Relations and Partnerships in the School of Nursing and Health Sciences at Capella University. She began her nursing career as a NICU nurse and transitioned into the emergency room in a pediatric setting. In the early 1990s, She began focusing on HIV in under-developed countries. Over the last 30 years, Her focus has been on international nurse capacity building as it relates to both communicable and non-communicable diseases. She has received extensive funding for her international work and has published her findings in several refereed journals. She has contributed to WHO guidelines, testified to the Institute of Medicine and given testimony to the White House on nursing workforce issues. A sought-out speaker on international nursing care issues, She continues to collaborate with the World Health Organization as well as the World NCD Congress. This work has resulted in her contributions to nurse capacity building in 47 countries. In recognition of her body of work, She has received not only the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care Lifetime Achievement Award but also the Nicholas Andrew Cummings award for Excellence in Interprofessional Practice from the National Academies of Practice. She is an International Council of Nurses Global Health Fellow, a Fellow in the National Academies of Practice and a Fellow in the American Academy of Nursing. As Vice President of Policy for the National Academies of Practice, She contributed to shaping the future of healthcare for nursing.
Vice President, Coalesce Research Group, USA