Matthew McHugh Article Voted a RWJF Top 5 Paper of 2011

Matthew McHugh Article Voted a RWJF Top 5 Paper of 2011

LDI Senior Fellow Matthew McHugh's Health Affairs article on nurses' widespread job dissatisfaction has been named one of the top 5 most influential research works of 2011 by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. McHugh, PhD, JD, MPH, RN, CRNP, is a RWJF Nurse Faculty Scholar at Penn's School of Nursing.
 
Each year, the Foundation selects 20 grantee articles that have significantly influenced the field of research and puts them to a vote on its website to select the best of the best. More than 2,200 people from all 50 states voted in this year's competition that selected McHugh's paper as one of those top 5.