Facebook Live with Dr. Jonanna Bryant, DNP, MS, RN
To wrap up National Nurses Week, special guest Dr. Jonanna Bryant, DNP, MS, RN will host a Facebook Live on the Black Health Matters Facebook on May 12, 2020 at 7:00pm ET. She will discuss COVID-19 and long-term healthcare facilities.
Dr. Jonanna Bryant is currently a nurse consultant for the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services. She earned her Bachelors of Science in Nursing from the College of New Rochelle, Master’s of Science in Biblical Studies from Cairn University (aka Philadelphia Biblical University), and a Master’s of Science and Doctor of Nursing Practice from Walden University. Dr. Bryant’s published doctoral project is entitled Characteristics of an Informal Caregiver: An Integrative Review.
As a founding board member for Black Nurses Rock from September 2015 to March 2020, Dr. Bryant served as the Director of Research and Development, Director of Chapter Development and National Secretary. She currently serves as CEO/President of Black Nurses Rock, Philadelphia, the first local chapter organized for the Black Nurses Rock Foundation.
In 2016, Dr. Bryant started her own company, Nursing with Dr. J. Bryant. As the owner and founder of the company, it was her desire to mentor, lead and provide a service to her community in a variety of avenues. Dr. Bryant is an international conference speaker. She has been a repeat conference speaker for the Black Nurses Rock Foundation.
Dr. Bryant has been featured on several radios shows including The Bishop Mary Show, Say So, with Destiny, Hour of Power with Pastor Steve, and The Michele Speaks Show. Dr. Bryant had her own radio show on the internet, Hot 104.5 The Nurses Station, in which her show name was Faith & Facts with Dr. Jo. In addition to her own radio show, she branched out and started her own podcast with the same title found on iTunes, Goodgleplay and Podomatic.
Dr. Bryant has received the following awards: Outstanding Service Award 2016-2018, Black Nurses Rock, Inc., Dr. Mary McLeod Bethune Award 2018, National Council of Negro Women, Inc., City of Philadelphia Citation 2018 and Black Nurses Rock Leadership Fellowship, 2019.