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Journal of Nursing & Care
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Mary Annette Hess

Assistant Professor Department of Nursing, University of Albama at Birmingham, USA


 Dr. Hess has been in nursing for more than 26 years and the academic setting for more than 21 years. Currently, she teaches in the pre-licensure program and the RN-BSN Mobility program. She is an advisor, mentor, and project chair for pre-licensure, master’s and doctoral nursing students. She serves as the Chair for SON Faculty Practice committee and a member of the SON Executive Committee. She is on the Board of Directors for the Southeastern Diabetes Education Services and an invited consultant for pharmaceutical boards.

Research Interest

 Dr. Hess' research and practice initiatives focus on the prevention and management of pre-diabetes, diabetes, dyslipidemia, obesity, and improving diabetes outcomes. She is an active investigator on the ENCOURAGE-1 and ENCOURAGE-2 (iAdapt) studies as well as a HRSA grant for Advanced Diabetes Management. She currently practices in a Diabetes Clinic at Cooper Green Mercy Hospital, the primary platform for her scholarly work. She has published in peer review journals and has presented at national conferences in the area of obesity/diabetes.


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