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Sheila Davis

Chief Nursing Officer

Sheila Davis, DNP, ANP-BC, FAAN, and Chief Nursing Officer at Partners In Health has worked in the field of HIV/AIDS since the mid-1980s and in global health since 2000. In 2004, she helped co-founded a non-profit that worked on nursing and feeding programs in South Africa and Boston through 2010. Davis is a frequent national speaker on global health, various clinical topics, and the role of nursing in human rights.

Posts By Sheila Davis

Are You a Nurse? Here Are 5 Ways You Can Impact Global Health

Partners In Health receives questions every day from nurses interested in saving lives and sharing knowledge with the poor communities we serve. Here are five responses. Read More ▸

Recreating the Standard of Nursing Education in Haiti

A unique collaboration among the University of Haiti, Haiti's Ministry of Health, and the Regis College of Nursing, Science, and Health Professions trains nursing leaders in Haiti. Read More ▸

Witnessing global nursing in action

Sheila Davis, Partners In Health's Director of Global Nursing, provides an update and photos from Malawi. Read More ▸

“Why nurses are the unsung heroes of global health”

Sheila Davis, PIH Director of Global Nursing, advocates for greater recognition of nurses contributions. Read More ▸

“Pack” people in the field of global health

Sheila Davis, PIH Director of Global Health Nursing comments on International Nurses Week. Read More ▸

Nursing heroes combat cholera

Sheila Davis, PIH Director of Global Nursing, blogs about the leading role of nurses in combating cholera in Haiti. Read More ▸

Nurses team up to fight cancer & other chronic diseases

Sheila Davis, PIH Director of Global Nursing, blogs about nurses, chronic diseases, and PIH's latest partnership with Dana Farber Cancer Institute. Read More ▸

Celebrating nurses

Honoring 35 million nurses and midwives for International Nurses Week. Read More ▸