2023 Joe Burrage Memorial Lectureship

Join us for the 2023 Joe Burrage Memorial Lectureship on April 14th at noon at the Capstone College of Nursing. Dr. Jason Farley, a Capstone College of Nursing Alum and Blackburn Institute Fellow, will present Stigma, Disparities and Health Inequities: How the MPOX 2022 Pandemic Highlights Chronic Infectious Disease Challenges.

Jason E. Farley, PhD, MPH, ANP-BC is an Infectious Disease Epidemiologist and a board-certified primary care Adult Nurse Practitioner. He has more than two decades of clinical practice in HIV clinical care, prevention, and the management of associated opportunistic infections.

Dr. Farley is the inaugural Endowed Professor of Nursing Leadership and Innovation at The Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing. He established and directs The Center for Infectious Disease and Nursing Innovation (CIDNI), and his work has been funded by NIH, CDC, and HRSA, along with many others. His research, clinical practice and center activities seek to optimize a patient’s movement along the infectious disease care cascade, from their initial diagnostic experience to health system navigation and linkage to care, and strategies to enhance retention in care. 

He received his BS in Nursing in 1998; MPH in Infectious Disease Epidemiology at UAB, 2000; MSN in Adult Primary Care at Johns Hopkins, 2003; and a PhD in Nursing Science at Johns Hopkins in 2008. 

RSVP for the lectureship by April 7th. One Nursing CE will be offered to those in attendance, and lunch will be served.

This program honors the memory of Dr. Joe Webb Burrage, Jr., former Assistant Dean at the Capstone College of Nursing, and celebrates the work of male nurse leaders.