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Virginia LeBaron, APRN, PhD, FAANP

Virginia LeBaron is an Assistant Professor at the University of Virginia School of Nursing. She holds advance practice certifications as an acute care nurse practitioner (ACNP-BC) and in palliative care (ACHPN) and oncology nursing (AOCN). Virginia has been engaged in global health work since 2004 when she joined the Palliative Access Team of the International Network for Cancer Treatment and Research. She is passionate about improving the delivery of oncology palliative care services in low-and-middle income countries and supporting nurses who care for patients with advanced cancer. Virginia spent 9 months in India as a Fulbright Fellow studying cancer care at a government hospital, and is working on publishing a book related to her research.
Sometimes the most productive thing we can do is to stop.
5:04 PM, Thu January 21, 2016
As I patted myself on the back for having no trash to put out for the 2nd week in the row it occurred to me: healthcare needs more of this.
7:19 PM, Mon August 31, 2015
Yes, that dress. The one that blew up social media and has the world squinting over laptops, accusing friends, co-workers, and family members of color blindness as they ask: ‘so, what color is this dress?'
5:12 PM, Mon March 2, 2015
The man I found standing in the women's restroom looked uneasy, like he was about to get in trouble.
4:43 PM, Mon January 5, 2015
"I'd love to do global oncology work! But I don't know where to start. What should I do?"
5:10 PM, Sun December 7, 2014
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