Dr. Eloisa Tamez, professor of Nursing at The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley, is a newly appointed member of a national advisory board to aid veterans. Tamez, who is a veteran and a former chief nurse executive at various Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Centers, will serve on the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs Advisory Committee on Disability Compensation.

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At these challenging times, we worry about COVID19 and send our prayers for strength and protection to all the frontline heroes who go to work everyday to care for those who are ill. We pray for the recovery of those infected and that people continue to be cautious to prevent spread. Remember and please remind your family and friends that social distancing is one of the major ways we will survive this pandemic. Tell them to follow the rules. Wash hands frequently for at least 20 seconds, wipe house down as much as possible, and stay home. We mourn and pray for those who lost their loved ones to the battle. The IALNF is praying that this pandemic does not last long with us. We thank God for the news of people winning the fight towards recovery. Juntos Podemos Ganar!!

 

Pictured below: UT Health San Antonio School of Nursing Yazmin Gamez (left) and Talice Nieto-Melendez (right). They are volunteering at COVID-19 screening station #11 at the Greehey Academic and Research Campus (Greehey CCRI).

Pictured below: UT Health San Antonio School of Nursing Students. Brandy Martinez (left), and Randi Ramirez (right) volunteering at COVID-19 screening station #8 at the UT Health Dental School entrance.

 

 

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