Anchored in nursing: a life in leadership

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University of Virginia. School of Medicine
In this Bice Memorial Lecture, Rebecca Rimel looks back on a life in leadership—in her case, serving 26 years as president and CEO of The Pew Charitable Trusts, an innovative and influential public charity involved in health and human services, the arts, public opinion research, and environmental, public health, and national economic policy. Ms. Rimel's service at Pew was anchored in nursing, built upon an exemplary career in healthcare and on what she learned and practiced as a nurse at UVA—management under pressure, clear communication, purpose and motivation, empathy and caring.

Zula Mae Baber Bice Memorial Lecture co-presented with the School of Nursing
Rimel, Rebecca W. (Speaker); Cipriano, Pam (Speaker); Childress, Marcia Day (Moderator); University of Virginia. School of Medicine
Claude Moore Health Sciences Library
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Charities; Nursing; Leadership
Medical Center Hour
Claude Moore Health Sciences Library
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