March 4, 2022 — American Bone Well being is proud to welcome Nancy King Reame, MSN, PhD, FAAN, to its Medical and Scientific Advisory Board. Dr. Reame is the Mary Dickey Lindsay Professor Emerita of Nursing at Columbia College. Though retired, she stays a college affiliate of Columbia’s Heart for the Examine of Social Variations and the Masters’ Program in Bioethics.
Educated in reproductive neuroendocrinology on the College of Michigan, Dr. Reame has carried out greater than 25 years of federally funded and industry-sponsored analysis in ladies’s well being, first on the College of Michigan after which at Columbia. Devoted to bettering the well being of growing older ladies, she is an authorized menopause practitioner and former board member of the North American Menopause Society. Her honors embody election to the Nationwide Academy of Drugs, the American Academy of Nursing, and the New York Academy of Drugs. All through her profession, and now as an osteoporosis affected person herself, Dr. Reame has been an lively volunteer in scientific analysis to achieve necessary views on the analysis expertise.
“Dr. Nancy Reame brings not solely spectacular credentials but in addition useful expertise to the American Bone Heath Medical and Scientific Advisory Board as a nurse, as a menopause professional, and as an individual coping with osteoporosis herself,” stated Cheryl Hostinak, government director of American Bone Heath. “American Bone Well being appears ahead to benefiting from Dr. Reame’s contributions and perspective as we search to share with the general public and the scientific neighborhood the outcomes of our programming.”
The MSAB is an important useful resource for American Bone Well being, serving to be sure that the community-based group gives up-to-date evidence-based info to assist folks construct and preserve robust, wholesome bones for all times.
About American Bone Well being
American Bone Well being is a nationwide, community-based group that teaches folks construct and hold robust and wholesome bones for all times with sensible and up-to-date info and sources to encourage them to stop bone loss, osteoporosis and fractures. Be taught extra at AmericanBoneHealth.org.