Barbara Hollinger, RN, MSN, FNP-C
As an expert in farmworker health, I educate health providers to better understand the health issues disproportionately affecting agricultural workers. Latinos make up most of this population. Special interests include health beliefs of this mostly immigrant group. I am currently completing a study of Latino diabetic farmworkers’ perceptions of causes of their diabetes.
My ten years of FNP practice in rural California is the inspiration for facilitating student rural clinical residencies. I arrange one or more week-long clinical immersions in rural communities for any interested UCSF FNP student hoping students will consider rural communities as a desirable future employment option.
- Advanced Health Assessment
- Primary Care of High Risk & Vulnerable Elders
- Family Primary Care Seminar
- Farmworker Primary Health Care
- Clinical Residency
- FNP Clinician, UCSF Young Women's Program
- Migrant Clinicians Network
- Western Migrant Stream Forum Planning Committee annual conference
- American Academy of Nurse Practitioners
- Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing - Alpha Eta Chapter
- National Organization of Nurse Practitioner Faculties
- FNP Clinician, UCSF Valencia Health Services
- California Association of Nurse Practitioners
- Hollinger B. (2010). A model for training clinicians for community health centers. MCN Streamline, 16(1), 6.
- Hollinger B. (2009). Farm worker health risks and physical assessment. American Journal for Nurse Practitioners, 13(4), 8-18.
- Hollinger B. (2001, 2005). Integration of cultural systems and beliefs. In S Rankin & K Stallings (Eds.), Patient education: Principles & practices (3rd & 4th Eds.). Philadelphia, PA: Lippincott.