Angie Rodriguez, a nurse at Seattle Cancer Care Alliance (SCCA), has been named the 2019 Washington State Nurse of the Year in Ambulatory Care by the March of Dimes.
A 3D art installation for Seattle Cancer Care Alliance (SCCA) honors recipients of the DAISY Award, which recognizes exemplary nursing care.
In Uganda, nursing degrees focus on midwifery. The concept of an oncology nurse doesn’t really exist; there is little specialized training.
Seattle Cancer Care Alliance’s Kathleen Shannon Dorcy and Arlyce Coumar want to change that.
For Seattle Cancer Care Alliance’s Director of Nursing Research, Education and Practice, a lifetime of continuing education and elevating the work of fellow nurses and physicians has helped define her career. Now, the American Academy of Nursing has put her in the spotlight, naming Kathleen Shannon Dorcy, PhD, RN, an Academy Fellow.
Kathleen Shannon Dorcy is the Director of Clinical/Nursing Research, Education and Practice at SCCA. While she’s only officially been at SCCA for just over a year, her roots in the alliance run deep.