Roberta A. Duda MS APRN BCGN CFCN
My name is Robbi Duda and I have been a practicing nurse since 1978. Starting as an LPN I finished my BSN from the University of Michigan in 1986, Magna Cum Laude. In 1992, as an RN, I completed an Associates Degree in Small Business Management and then in 1997 obtained a Masters of Science degree from the University of Michigan in Community & Occupational Health Nursing.
I am an AANC
Board Certified Gerontology Advanced Practice Registered Nurse (APRN)
and a CFCN through www.WOCNCB.org.
Additionally, I am an adjunct professor in the UofM School of Nursing
and a member of the Sigma Theta Tau International Nursing Honor Society
(Rho Chapter), the Michigan Organization of Diabetic Educators. I also
sit on the University of Michigan Health and Hospital Systems Infection
Control Committees and Gero/Psych Committees.
Robbi and her Mother,
an RN for 50 years.
In 1998, I founded Nurses Foot Care & Massage Services. My main goals were two-fold. First, I wanted to focus my nursing practice on risk assessment and promoting health, not illness, care. I truly enjoy providing health, wellness, and safety counseling especially to older adults and/or their caregivers. As a Level Two Healing Touch Practitioner, my business has quickly developed into a very successful one and is the most rewarding nursing practice I have ever experienced.
My second goal was to develop
an Internet-based business to educate and support other Registered Nurses
in their own similar independent private nursing practices. In August
of 2000 I restructured into NFCS Associates Services,
LLC. Living close to the University of Michigan's Schools of Business,
Information Technology, and Nursing has allowed me the resources to build
this state of the art virtual nursing community. This is truly a high-tech
business supporting a hands-on, high-touch preventative nursing service!
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