Beth Joyner Waldron is a North Carolina based writer, photographer and patient advocate.
Published written works include:
USA Today, The Los Angeles Times, The Chicago Tribune, The Christian Science Monitor, Circulation, HemOnc Today, KevinMD, CardioExchange and numerous regional publications.
Photography exhibits include:
- The Clayton Center, featured exhibitor (rescheduled due to covid-19 restrictions to June 2021)
- The Halle Center, Apex Featured exhibitor, February-March 2020.
- “Into the Wild” Chapel Hill Magazine, January/February 2018 pps 30-34
- “Haw River Heron” in The ArtsCenter’s Annual Community Art Exhibit in the Nicholson Gallery, December 1-22, 2017
- Prints and note cards previously available for sale at DECO, Raleigh NC and Print Shop, Chapel Hill, NC
- Co-founder of a medical education program at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill, Clot Connect. The program reached over 4 million persons in 135 countries within its first four years following start-up in 2010.
- Member of the Clinical Practice Guideline Panel on Thrombophilia with the American Association of Hematology ASH (2015-2018), advising in the development of evidence based clinical practice guidelines on VTE.
- Member of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Division of Blood Disorders (CDC DBD) Expert Panel on Prevention Research
- Advisor on Patient and Family Engagement to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid (CMS) Partnership for Patients initiative targeting hospital-acquired conditions
- Member of National Quality Forum (NQF) Affinity Groups on venous thromboembolism and adverse drug events.
- 25+ years of employment in health care policy and program administration including NC HHS Medicaid, Blue Cross Blue Shield NC and The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Thrombosis Center.