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About The Author
Janice L Hinkle is a self-employed nurse author and editor, president-elect of the American Association of Neuroscience Nurses, and was co-director of the foot clinic at Miriam's Kitchen while employed at The Catholic University of America (CUA), both in Washington, D.C. Melissa Hladek is a family nurse practitioner (FNP) at Unity Health Care, Washington, D.C., former director of the FNP program and former clinical assistant professor at CUA; she was co-director of the foot clinic with Hinkle. Dara Winfield is an FNP in the Department of Virology at Metropolitan Hospital in New York City. Timothy Godfrey teaches Community Health Nursing and Ethics and Social Policy at the University of San Francisco. Winfield was enrolled in the FNP program and Godfrey was a post-doctorate fellow, both at the CUA SON, when they volunteered at the foot clinic.