FETNA
FELLOW OF THE EUROPEAN TRANSCULTURAL NURSING ASSOCIATION

The mission of the Fellows of the European Transcultural Nursing Association (FETNA) is to promote the vision of ETNA’s high standards of transcultural care by advancing and disseminating transcultural care and studies through evidence-based practice, education, research, policy, and administration. 

The Fellowship is awarded to ETNA members for outstanding contributions to the field of transcultural health and social care and/or to the organisation of ETNA.

The FETNA was introduced in 2024 at the 9th International ETNA Conference in London, UK.  

POST-NOMINALS

Those awarded Fellowship of the European Transcultural Nursing Association are entitled to use the following post-nominals, FETNA. You can verify those who have been awarded Fellowship and therefore are entitled to use these post-nominals by checking the Fellow Directory below.

APPLYING FOR FELLOWSHIP

Applications will open every year where applicants can either self-nominate or be recommended by a colleague – full details about the application process will be published shortly.

FELLOW DIRECTORY

Alfonso Pezzella

MSc, PGCHE, BSc (Hons), SFHEA, MBPsS, FETNA

Candan Öztürk

PhD, FETNA

Christiana Kouta (posthumous)

PhD, MSc, BSc, DipN, RN, FETNA

Dorthe Nielsen

PhD, RN, FETNA

Elena Rousou

PhD, MA, BSc, DipN, FETNA

Irena Papadopoulos

PhD, MA, BA, DipNEd, DipN, RN, RM, FHEA, FETNA

Katalin Papp

PhD, FETNA

Kathleen Markey

PhD, MSc, PGCHE, BSc, Adv. Dip, DipN, FETNA

María José Morales Gázquez

RN, FETNA

Marika Podda Connor

MSc, BSc, Dip, FETNA

Sara Nissim

PhD, MA, BA, DipN, FETNA

Sean Collinge

MSc, BA (Hons), MBCS, FETNA

Valérie Tóthová

Ph.D., Dr. h. c., FETNA

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