CHRISTINA WANG, DNP, MPH, APRN-Rx, AGPCNP-C
Dr. Christina MB Wang, DNP, MPH, APRN-Rx, AGPCNP-C is a Nurse Practitioner with the Hawaii Health & Harm Reduction Center. She has focused her efforts around wound care in the community with emphasis on street-based practice in Honolulu, providing care to persons living with HIV/AIDS and hepatitis, and supporting efforts around care for those with mental illness and substance abuse. Christina is also passionate about teaching and providing experience for students within the community setting.
COURTNY TANIGAWA, APRN-Rx, CSAC
Courtny Tanigawa is board certified as an Advanced Practice Registered Nurse in both Family Practice and Mental Health. She has over 20 years of experience seeing patients in a variety of community and inpatient settings. She has earned degrees from Radford University, the University of Maryland, Monmouth University, and the University of Hawaii. Her professional interests include addiction issues and the impact of mental health on chronic illnesses. Courtny also works for the Honolulu Police Department caring for detainees and the Institute for Human Services Sumner Health clinic. Her outside interests include running, ocean swimming, and chasing after a young son.
JOHN PAUL MOSES III, MBA, MSN, RN, APRN-RX, FNP-BC, CARN-AP
JP Moses is a Family Nurse Practitioner with a subspecialty in Addictions Medicine. He received his BSN from Villanova University and MBA/MSN from Hawaii Pacific University. He is the Managing Member of Primary Care Plus and believes that developing enduring personal relationships with his patients is the foundation of promoting wellness. He is President-elect of the Hawaii Association of Professional Nurses, a member of the Board of Director of Pu’ulu Lapa’au (The Hawai‘i Program for Healthcare Professionals), and was appointed by Governor Ige to the Hawai’i Advisory Commission on Drug Abuse and Controlled Substances. JP teaches Nursing at Hawaii Pacific University and ACLS/PALS at the Queen’s Medical Center. In addition to his private practice, he works with the Hawai’i Health & Harm Reduction Center as an Addiction Medicine specialist.
ANGELA GOUGH, DO
Angela Gough is an Addiction Psychiatrist with board certifications in General Psychiatry, Addiction Psychiatry, and Addiction Medicine. Her career emphasis is in medication-assisted treatment of substance use disorders, using a whole-person approach to individualize care. Dr. Gough is the president of the Hawaii Society of Addiction Medicine and is a fellow of the American Society of Addiction Medicine. She enjoys teaching and training medical residents in her role as Clinical Faculty with the John A. Burns School of Medicine Department of Psychiatry.
JAMIE BOLING, MPH, MSN, APRN-Rx, FNP-BC
Jamie Boling is a Family Nurse Practitioner with a Public Health focus that is passionate about helping people that are suffering from mental health issues, chronic illness and substance use. She believes that everyone deserves to live a fulfilling life filled with optimum health and wellness. She is also a military spouse and sits on the board of the Hawaii Association of Professional Nurses. She is continuing her education currently pursuing a Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner degree and plans to continue to serve the community of Hawaii.
HHHRC RELEASES 2019 SYRINGE EXCHANGE ANNUAL REPORT
Hawai῾i Health & Harm Reduction Center released our latest annual report outlining the ongoing successes of Hawaiʿi’s publicly-funded statewide syringe access program (SEP), which began in 1989 to curb the spread of HIV/AIDS. Over 1.18 million syringes were exchanged during the report’s 2019 time frame.