Dr. Lucinda Canty has been named the 2024 McGehee Lecturer at the University of Virginia's School of Nursing and will deliver her talk, "Using nursing research to address maternal health equity in the community," there on April 30, 2024.

According to UVA's website, 

The McGehee Lecture is named for Catherine Strader McGehee, who earned her BSN from the University of Virginia School of Nursing in 1975, her MSN from the School in 1980, and was pursuing her PhD at UVA when she died in 1999 after a battle with breast cancer... The McGehee Lecture was endowed in 2002 in loving memory of Cathy by the School’s BSN Class of `75 and her family and friends. Distinguished speakers are selected and recognized for those personal qualities demonstrated by Cathy in her lifetime—a commitment to excellence in nursing education and practice, and a desire to contribute to the community at large.

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