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1 Distinguished Nurse Educator Award Application Please print or type. Nominee s Name and Credentials: Nominee s Professional Position/Title: Nominee s Address: Nominee s Phone: Nominee s Address: Employer s (of Nominee) Name: Employer s Address: Nominator, please complete the below information: Nominator s Name: Nominator s Address: Phone: Fax:

2 Please complete the following page. Distinguished Nurse Educator Award Application Have you notified the candidate of his/her nomination for this award? Yes No 1. Attach two letters of support. (a) One must be from a professional colleague (educator or educational administrator) and should address the nominee s demonstrated excellence as a nurse educator and contributor to promoting quality nursing care (including positive outcomes) for older adults; this letter should also provide examples of adherence to competencies/standards of practice for nurse educators. (b) The other letter must be from a former or current student and should address how the nominee promoted learning regarding how to provide competent, quality nursing care (including positive outcomes) for older adults. At least one of the letters should address the nominee s leadership and creativity as a nurse educator who promotes quality gerontological nursing care. 2. Please list (in the space below) examples of how the nominee has contributed to the goals of NGNA for at least 3 years. 3. Please list (in the space below) the nominee s academic degrees, certifications, honors, and relevant special projects as well as relevant courses taught during the past 3 years. 4. Attach the nominee s curriculum vitae (CV). Applications must be submitted to NGNA no later than May 15, Return Completed Nomination Package to: NGNA Distinguished Nurse Educator Award 3493 Lansdowne Drive, Suite 2 Lexington, KY (800) Fax: (859)

3 May 14, 2015 NGNA Distinguished Nurse Educator Award of I have had the great privilege and honor to be a student and research assistant under the tutelage of Dr. Sharon Wexler. Two years ago, as a junior in the RN4 program at Pace University, I met Dr. Wexler as the professor of the Gerontological Nursing course. To this date, Dr. Wexler has been an extraordinary teacher regarding the care of older adults. Her ability to present information in a format that a student can understand and implement to deliver evidence based, patient centered care for older adults is exceptional. It was here in her class that I found my true calling to specialize as a geriatric nurse. Dr. Wexler took me under her wing and provided me with the opportunity to work on the Gerontological Research team. Seeing my love for older adults, Dr. Wexler established me as a student member of the NGNA whereby I could continue to learn cutting edge advancements in the field of gerontology. Through her mentoring, I was able to present my research poster at the NGNA National Convention in Texas, 2014 as well as many other conferences here in New York City. Dr. Wexler provided guidance and advisement on my research that culminated in its publication by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers in May She has instilled confidence in me and pushed me to excel in everything I do. Just this March, I was accepted into the 3 year Adult Geriatric Nurse Practitioner, B.S.N. to D.N.P. program at the University of Hawaii. I owe her a debt of gratitude that can never be fully expressed to Dr. Wexler for empowering me to reach for the stars and make my dreams come true. I can think of no better way to pay tribute to all Dr. Wexler has accomplished in leading future generations into Geriatric Nursing than to award her the NGNA Distinguished Nurse Educator 2015.

4 To Whom It May Concern, I have had the privilege of knowing Dr. Sharon Wexler for almost three years and they have been wonderful years. The first project I worked with Dr. Wexler was a research project examining the attitudes of nursing students toward older adults through an aging sensitivity experience. It was Dr. Wexler s passion and direction that first interested me in geriatric nursing. Additionally, this experience with Dr. Wexler lead me to realize my niche in nursing: nursing research. We presented out work at the Pace University Research Showcase and won second place. Dr. Wexler encouraged me to submit an abstract on our aging sensitivity project for the 2013 NGNA convention and we presented our work there together. Dr. Wexler introduced me to her nursing colleagues who were tremendous and inspirational nurses who are doing wonderful things in geriatric nursing. I truly felt Dr. Wexler had my best interests at heart and she would me frequently about other professional conferences she thought I would find interesting and would promote my professional advancement as well. Dr. Wexler also recruited me to work on her Gerijoy project where I d bring this technology to older adults living in public housing on the lower east side of New York City. The technology is a virtual service dog that improves the quality of life of older adults. I worked on the gerijoy project through my senior year of my undergraduate studies and I continued on this project through graduate school. I received general instructions and guidelines regarding the vision and protocol for this project and I was allowed a lot of leeway how, when and to whom I would introduce this technology to. This independence and the confidence it implied in my abilities boosted my self-confidence significantly and allowed for tremendous personal growth. Working on this project transformed my personal outlook on myself as a working professional, competent nurse, and worthwhile human being. Dr. Wexler is so generous with her praise and her expressions of unwavering confidence in me and my abilities and this has been a priceless gift to me. Dr. Wexler has a unique presence; she somehow manages this incredible balance where she is supportive and patient yet never tells me what to do or spoon feeds me any information. She allows me to grow and mature on my own while she is always present in the background to give advice or direction. She has a strong commitment to nurturing geriatric nurses for the future and has demonstrated this commitment by taking students such as myself under her wing. She introduced me to the world of professional conferences I would not venture into otherwise. She also piqued my interest in geriatric nursing and demonstrated the possibilities for a career path in this field by setting an example. Getting to know Dr. Wexler and being the recipient of her generosity, kindness and guidance has been a true gift to me and I cannot think of a more distinguished educator than she. Sincerely, Chava Pollak

5 PACE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF HEALTH PROFESSIONS LIENHARD SCHOOL OF NURSING CURRICULUM VITAE OF: TITLE: ADDRESS: Sharon Stahl Wexler PhD, RN, BC, FNGNA EDUCATION BACKGROUND Dates Institution Degree Functional Area Clinical Area 2007 New York University College of Nursing PhD Research and Theory Development in Nursing Science Gerontology 1985 New York University MA Nursing Education Gerontology 1982 Simmons College BS Nursing LICENSURE/CERTIFICATION Registered Professional Nurse-New York State License # , State of New Jersey License #26NR State of Connecticut License # Certifications: American Nurses Credentialing Center: Clinical Specialist in Gerontological Nursing, Nurse Executive, Medical Surgical Nursing PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Dates FT/PT Institution Position and/or Function Clinical Area 9/2014- present FT Pace University Associate Professor Nursing 9/2011- present 9/- 9/2011 FT Pace University Accelerated BSN/Combined Degree Program Director FT Pace University New York City Combined Degree Program Director Nursing Nursing 9/ FT Pace University Assistant Professor Nursing 7/2009- present PT The Mount Sinai Medical Center- Mount Sinai Hospital Queens Nurse Researcher/Gerontological Clinical Nurse Specialist Nursing 4/2005-8/2009 PT New York Hospital Queens Director of Nursing Research and Evidence Based Practice Nursing PT New York University Clinical Assistant Professor, Clinical Instructor, Clinical Coordinator, Research Assistant Nursing PT Florence Nightingale Healthcare Center Nursing Supervisor/Nurse Educator Nursing 1/ /2002 FT Premier Home Heathcare Services Vice President for Clinical Services Nursing January 2015

6 PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Dates FT/PT Institution Position and/or Function Clinical Area FT The Mount Sinai Medical Center Clinical Nurse Manger Nursing-Medicine and Geriatrics FT The Jack D. Weiler Hospital of The Albert Einstein College of Medicine/Montefiore Medical Center Nurse Manager, Clinical Coordinator, Senior Staff Nurse, Staff Nurse Nursing-Medicine and Geriatrics PRESENT PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS Dates Organization Involvement or Title 1996-present National Gerontological Nurses Association Director at Large (2014- present/member (1996- present) 2001-present Eastern Nurses Research Society Member 1995-present Gerontological Society of America Member 1995-present American Geriatrics Society Member New York State Nurses Association Member 2000-present American Nurses Association Member -present American Society for Aging Member ACTIVITIES WITHIN PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS Dates Organization Involvement Description of Activity 2014-present National Gerontological Nurses Association Director at Large Strategic planning for organization, representing all membership in organizational government National Gerontological Nurses Association Chairperson of Research Committee Develop strategic plan for research for organization. Development of research track at Annual Convention. Review and selection of research presentations (podium and poster) for annual meeting, selection of research award winners, approval of all research proposals involving organization, convenes ongoing committee meetings and annual research report to board of directors. Development of partnership research grant with Sigma Theta Tau International. Development of criteria for student abstracts and student poster session at annual convention. September

7 ACTIVITIES WITHIN PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS Dates Organization Involvement Description of Activity National Gerontological Nurses Association Grants reviewer for Sigma Theta Tau/National Gerontological Nurses Association Research Grant Review and scoring of grant submissions 2012-present American Society for Aging Graduate Student Research Award Reviewer New York State Nurses Association Member of Council of Nursing Research -present Gerontological Society of America Abstract reviewer for annual meeting Review and scoring of graduate student research paper submissions and recommendations for award Committee formation and development of processes for running of committee and processes to advance research within organization. Conducted organization wide educational needs assessment related to nursing research and EBP. Development of schools of nursing faculty research collaborative. Review of abstract submissions for poster and oral presentations for annual scientific meeting. ACTIVITIES WITHIN THE COMMUNITY Dates Organization Involvement Description of Activity 2012-present American Nurses Credentialing Center- Appointments Committee Member of Appointments Committee Review applicants for positions as content expert panel members, item writers, and item reviewers for all of the specialty certification exams. 3/2012-4/2012 Pace University: Alzheimer s Event: Seeing Alzheimer s Differently Pace University Contact Person for Book Signing and Symposium Worked closely with photographer and author, Cathy Greenblat, to plan program for book signing. Planned program for symposium, worked closely with special events and public relations and was the contact person for speakers. Worked with Dr. Greenblat to develop event for the Student Nurses at Pace (SNAP) organization. 5/- present Mount Sinai Hospital Queens-Nursing Research Council Chairperson of Nursing Research Council Convene meetings, ongoing education of committee members on nursing research, approval of all nursing research activities within organization September

8 ACTIVITIES WITHIN THE COMMUNITY Dates Organization Involvement Description of Activity 5/- present Mount Sinai Hospital New York, NY- Nursing Research Council Council Member Serve as a conduit of information to and from New York, NY campus to Queens, NY campus on matters related to nursing research. Planning of annual nursing research conference. 5/- 8/2011 VA NY Harbor Healthcare System Nursing Practice Council Council Member Attendance at meetings. Recommendations to include evidence based best practices into organization 9/- 8/2011 VA NY Harbor Healthcare System Nursing Research and EBP Committee Co-chair of Research and EBP Committee Founding leader of this committee. Set up structure for committee, recommendations for committee constituents, agenda, running of meetings. Education on EBP process American Nurses Credentialing Center- Content Expert Panel for Gerontological Clinical Nurse Specialist Exam American Nurses Credentialing Center- Content Expert Panel for Gerontological Clinical Nurse Specialist Exam American Nurses Credentialing Center- Content Expert Panel for Gerontological Clinical Nurse Specialist Exam Chairperson of Panel Vice Chairperson for Panel Panel member Convene meetings, develop test content outline, review exam statistics, review exam questions 9/2009-8/2011 Hartford Institute for Geriatric Nursing and Jewish Foundation for Education of Women Grant-Preparing Nurse Faculty to Supervise Student Clinical Rotations in care of Older Adults, Dr. M. Mezey- Principal Investigator Steering Committee Member Development of clinical case study for module, recruitment of faculty colleagues to pilot module, review of module and recommendations for change. 9/2009-7/ Assistant Editor for Special Edition of Journal of Gerontological Nursing Assistant Editor Special edition of JOGNfocusing on Geriatric Nursing Education Consortium (GNEC) activities. Review and editing of journal articles submitted, PACE UNIVERSITY COMMITTEES Dates Committee Involvement 2014-present Faculty Satisfaction Committee Member Office of Multicultural Affairs Mentoring Advisory Group Member Office of Multicultural Affairs Mentor Mentor 2013 University Research Day Committee Reviewed posters in New York City September

9 PACE UNIVERSITY COMMITTEES Dates Committee Involvement Strategic Pricing and Positioning Study Committee with Arts and Sciences Committee Committee Mentor 2011 Aging Interest Group Committee member -present Institutional Review Board (IRB) Committee member LIENHARD SCHOOL OF NURSING COMMITTEES Dates Committee Involvement Lienhard School of Nursing Associate Dean for Research and Scholarship Search Committee Committee Member 2012 College of Health Professions Core Values Team Team Member 2012-present College of Health Professions Strategic Planning Committee Committee Member 2011-present College of Health Professions RN to BSN Program Task Force Task Force Member 2011-present College of Health Professions PhD Task Force Task Force Member 2009-current Lienhard School of Nursing Faculty Association Committee Member Student P&S Committee Member HONORS Dates Honor 2014 University of Texas San Antonio Health Science Center 2014 Summer Institute on Evidence Based Practice, People s Choice Award Poster Winner: "Using the ACE-ERI to Assess Student Outcomes." 2013 University of Texas San Antonio Health Science Center 2013 Summer Institute on Evidence Based Practice, People s Choice Award Poster Winner: EBP 2 : The Evidence on Educating for Evidence-Based Practice Pace University Summer Undergraduate Student Faculty Research Program Pace University Undergraduate Student Faculty Research Program Fellow of the National Gerontological Nurses Association 2012 University of Texas San Antonio Health Science Center 2012 Summer Institute Educators EBP Workshop, One of top two posters Through a Different Lens: Integrating EBP Throughout an Accelerated BSN Program Pace University Fast Paced Leadership Program, graduated June Nominated with Lin Drury, PhD, RN, for American Association of Colleges of Nursing 2011 BSN Award for Innovative Clinical Rotation in a Nursing Home, ranked in top ten, not selected National Gerontological Nurses Association, runner-up for Judith V. Braun Nursing Research Excellence Award 2007 New York Hospital Queens Scholarly Achievement Award 2006 New York University, College of Nursing, Alumni Association Outstanding Doctoral Student Award September

10 HONORS Dates Honor 2005 New York University, College of Nursing, Rudin Family Doctoral Student Award 2001 New York University, Steinhardt School of Education, Division of Nursing, Adjunct Faculty Award for Excellence in Teaching 2000 Mosby National Geriatric Nurse Manager of the Year Award 1993 Distinguished Nursing Leadership Award for Excellence in Nursing Management, Weiler Hospital Division of Montefiore Medical Center 1985 Sigma Theta Tau-Upsilon Chapter CURRENT RESEARCH Dates Title of Project August 2014 PILOT Health Tech NYC Initiative, in collaboration with Lin Drury, funded for $100,000 "The use of Gerijoy to decrease delirium in hospitalized older adults and to provide clinical oversight and health coaching to prevent hospital readmissions August 2013 PILOT Health Tech NYC Initiative, in collaboration with Lin Drury and Jean Coppola two proposals PILOT Health Tech NYC Initiative, in collaboration with Lin Drury and Jean Coppola, two proposals funded for $100,000 each (10 proposals funded city wide) with the following technology innovators: 1. ecaring : A digital case management system for older adults at Henry Street Settlement. 2. Vital Care : A tablet based health monitoring system for older adults at The Hallmark I am Dougie, your virtual service dog : An intervention to address loneliness in older adults, with coinvestigators Lin Drury and Jean Coppola, Pace University Provost s Grant for Thinkfinity $14,975, Jeffrey R. Hewitt Fund for Faculty Development $8, present 1/2012- present 12/2012- present 1/- present 7/2009- Present The impact of an aging sensitivity experience on undergraduate nursing students, Lienhard School of Nursing Alexander Gralnick Research Award $ Summer Student-Faculty Research Program, Undergraduate Student-Faculty Research Program with Chava Pollack, Undergraduate Nursing student. Measuring EBP knowledge in accelerated BSN students using the ACE ERI (Academic Centers for Excellence EBP Readiness Inventory), Lienhard School of Nursing, ALPS, $1000. Pressure Ulcer Knowledge Study, Mount Sinai Hospital Web of Support -Students Mentoring Seniors Online Pace University Provost s Grant for Thinkfinity $5000. Creating a Healing Environment for Hospitalized Older Adults in a Community Hospital Setting COMPLETED RESEARCH Dates Title of Project September

11 2009 Implementation of an Interdisciplinary Falls Management Program in a Community Academic Medical Center. Co-investigator C. D Amico Pressure Ulcer Knowledge Study in A Community Academic Medical Center: What Nurses and Doctors Know and Document. Co-investigators E. Ayello & K. Zulkowski Implementing a Nurse Driven Urinary Catheter Protocol in the Acute Care Setting GRANT ACTIVITIES Dates Title of Grant Since Joining Pace faculty 9/2009 May 2014 PILOT Health Tech NYC Initiative, in collaboration with Lin Drury submitted two proposals of $100,000 each with the following technology innovators: 1. Gerijoy: "The use of Gerijoy to decrease delirium in hospitalized older adults and to provide clinical oversight and health coaching to prevent hospital readmissions Funded for $100, Canopy Health: The use of a handheld android device to provide real time translation for clinical staff. (not funded). July 2013 May 2013 January 2013 May 2012 April 2012 March 2012 January 2012 Sigma Theta Tau International/National Gerontological Nurses Association Research Grant: "The Use of A Virtual Service Dog to Combat Loneliness in Hospitalized Older Adults". (not funded) PILOT Health Tech NYC Initiative, in collaboration with Lin Drury and Jean Coppola submitted four proposals of $100,000 each with the following technology innovators: 1. ecaring : A digital case management system for older adults at Henry Street Settlement. (Funded for $100,00) 2. Vital Care : A tablet based health monitoring system for older adults at The Hallmark.. (Funded for $100,00) 3. Gerijoy : A virtual service dog for use with older adults at Mount Sinai Queens, Henry Street Settlement, and The Hallmark. (not funded). 4. Ipads in Motion : Individually programmed ipads to decrease loneliness and increase socialization for older adults at Henry St. Settlement and The Hallmark. (not funded) Pace University New York City Kenan Funding to support travel to San Antonio Texas for AACN Baccalaureate Conference. $350 granted. Pace University New York City Kenan Funding to support travel to Australia in July 2012 to present paper at Sigma Theta Tau International Research Conference. $1,000 granted. Hearst Foundation: Web of Support, $140,00 requested (not funded) New York Community Trust: Web of Support, $140,556 requested (not funded) Robert Wood Johnson New Careers in Nursing Grant (not funded) 2011 State Senator Daniel L. Squadron Legislative Grant: Web of Support. Proposal to create a wireless Internet access network for the low income homebound senior residents of the Henry Street Settlement NORC. $15,000 requested (not funded). American Society for Aging (ASA) Mind Alert Speakers Bureau $1200 granted to host and publicize mindalert speaker. Dr. Robin West presented Memory Action Program. September

12 GRANT ACTIVITIES Dates Title of Grant Prior Grant Activity /SEIU League Labor Management Initiatives Quality and Service Grant: Friends of Safety, Foes of Falls: Developing Unit Based Interdisciplinary Fall Prevention Teams. $35,000 to train interdisciplinary workers in fall prevention in a community hospital center (New York Hospital Queens). PRESENTATIONS Dates Sponsoring Organization Title of Paper/Workshop/Panel August 2014 August 2014 August 2014 May 2014 Peer Reviewed Presentations University of Texas Health Science Center 2014 Summer Institute on Evidence Based Practice, San Antonio, TX University of Texas Health Science Center 2014 Summer Institute on Evidence Based Practice, San Antonio, TX University of Texas Health Science Center 2014 Summer Institute on Evidence Based Practice, San Antonio, TX Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE), 9 th Annual Long Island Systems, Applications, and Technology Conference March Aging in America Conference, San Diego, California July 2013 University of Texas Health Science Center 2013 Summer Institute on Evidence Based Practice, Educator s EBP Workshop, San Antonio, TX July 2013 University of Texas Health Science Center 2013 Summer Institute on Evidence Based Practice, Educator s EBP Workshop, San Antonio, TX July 2013 University of Texas Health Science Center 2013 Summer Institute on Evidence Based Practice, Educator s EBP Workshop, San Antonio, TX Poster: "Using the ACE-ERI to Assess Student Outcomes," Wexler, S., Drury, L., Roberts, M.-C., Paljevic, E., Greenberg, M. J., Haimes, J. Poster: "Growing a cadre of faculty to teach undergraduate EBP/research," Greenberg, M. J. Wexler, S.,Drury, L., Paljevic, E., Roberts, M.-C. Poster: "Evidenced Based Teaching Projects: Tools of Success for Undergraduate Nursing Students, Paljevic, E., Roberts, M.-C.,Wexler, S., Drury, L., Greenberg, M. J., Haimes, J. Technical paper presentation: "Virtual Pets for Dementia Patients," Machesney, D., Wexler, S., Chen, T., Coppola, J. 90 minute workshop: A Virtual Interactive Multi- Sensory Service Dog for Positive Stimulation in Older Adults," Coppola, J., Drury, L., Wang, V., Wexler, S. Poster: EBP 2 : The Evidence on Educating for Evidence-Based Practice, Wexler, S., Drury, L., & Paljevic, E. Poster: Growing EBP Champions through an RN to BS Program, Drury, L., Wexler, S., & Paljevic, E. Poster: Nursing Portfolios: An Evidence-Based Tool for Lifelong Learning, Wexler, S., Rolston, E., & Scher,K.M. March 2013 October 2012 July 2012 American Society on Aging, Aging in America, Chicago, Il National Gerontological Nurses Association Annual Convention, Baltimore, MD. Sigma Theta Tau International 23 rd International Research Congress, Brisbane, Australia Community Based Technology Program to Improve Older Adults Quality of Life and Cognitive Functioning (90 minute workshop) Phipps, C., Heyman, J., Coppola, J., Wexler, S., & Drury, L. Poster: Student Perceptions of Older Adults: Outcomes of an Aging Sensitivity Program, A Qualitative Inquiry, Bailly, T., Yancopoulos, K., Wexler, S., & Drury, L. Selected as best student Poster. Educating for Success in Evidence Based Practice, Drury, L., & Wexler, S. Oral Presentation. September

13 PRESENTATIONS July 2012 Sigma Theta Tau International 23 rd International Research Congress, Brisbane, Australia July 2012 University of Texas Health Science Center 2012 Summer Institute on Evidence Based Practice, San Antonio, TX July 2012 University of Texas Health Science Center 2012 Summer Institute on Evidence Based Practice, San Antonio, TX July 2012 University of Texas Health Science Center 2012 Summer Institute on Evidence Based Practice, Educator s EBP Workshop, San Antonio, TX July 2012 University of Texas Health Science Center 2012 Summer Institute on Evidence Based Practice, Educator s EBP Workshop, San Antonio, TX July 2012 University of Texas Health Science Center 2012 Summer Institute on Evidence Based Practice, Educator s EBP Workshop, San Antonio, TX July 2012 University of Texas Health Science Center 2012 Summer Institute on Evidence Based Practice, Educator s EBP Workshop, San Antonio, TX Bridging the Digital Divide: College Students Mentoring Senior Citizens via an Intergenerational Computing Course, Wexler, S., & Drury, L. Oral presentation. Poster: Enhancing the Patient Experience Through Implementation of Quiet Time, Rolston, E., Wexler, S., Krockel, T., Clemente, O., & Scher, K. Poster: Supporting Patient Education Through EBP: Ask a Nurse, Rolston, E., Wexler, S., Pisciotta, A., Krockel, T., Gharbaran, I., & Scher, K. Poster: Engaging Associate Degree Nurses in EBP At a Community Hospital, Rolston, E., Wexler, S., Gimber, P., & Scher, K. Poster: Student Nurse Summer EBP Internship Program, Rolston, E., Wexler, S., & Scher, K. Poster: Nurse Faculty EBP Rounds in a Community Hospital, Wexler, S., Rolston, E., & Scher, K. Through a Different Lens: Integrating EBP into Specialty Nursing Practice, Drury, L., & Wexler, S. Oral presentation. Selected as one of top two abstracts. May 2012 Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE), 8 th Annual Long Island Systems, Applications, and Technology Conference Technical paper presentation: Connecting the Classroom and Community via a Real-world IT Service-learning Project. Impacting Students and Making a Difference in the Senior Community, Coppola, J., Wexler, S., & Drury, L. April 2012 February 2012 December 2011 December 2011 December 2011 November 2011 Rutger s Thirtieth Annual International Interprofessional Technology Conference, Brunswick, NJ Association for Gerontology in Higher Education (AGHE) Mount Sinai Medical Center Mount Sinai Medical Center Mount Sinai Medical Center Gerontological Society of America Annual Meeting Using Technology to Improve Health Care Globally, Coppola, J.F., Thomas, B., Wexler, S., & Drury, L. A Service learning Intergenerational Program: Engaging Older Adults in Computing and Educating Undergraduates on Aging (90 minute symposium), Coppola, J., Thomas, B., Drury, L., & Wexler, S. Annual Nursing Research Conference: Poster: Integrating EBP throughout an Accelerated Baccalaureate Program Annual Nursing Research Conference: Poster: The Journey to Nursing Excellence: Integrating EBP into a Community Hospital Annual Nursing Research Conference: Poster: Bridging the Digital Divide: Students Mentoring Seniors via an Interdisciplinary Iintergenerational Computer Course: Phase I Paper presentation: Computer Skills for Healthy Aging: Students Mentoring Older Adults Online, Wexler, S., Drury, L., Coppola, J., & Bailly, T. September

14 PRESENTATIONS November 2011 Gerontological Society of America Annual Meeting Symposium: Validating the Geriatric Expertise of Nurses November 2011 June 2011 May 2011 April 2011 April 2011 March 2011 December December October October October May American Association of Colleges of Nursing Baccalaureate Education Conference 10 th Annual Summer Institute on Evidence-Based Practice University of Texas San Antonio Health Science Center Educator s EBP Workshop Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE), 7 th Annual Long Island Systems, Applications, and Technology Conference 22 nd Annual National Service Learning Conference, Atlanta, GA 22 nd Annual National Service Learning Conference, Atlanta, GA Society for Information Technology and Teaching Education International Conference SITE 2011 Mount Sinai Hospital Annual Nursing Research Conference Mount Sinai Hospital Annual Nursing Research Conference National Gerontological Nurses Association Annual Convention National Gerontological Nurses Association Annual Convention National Gerontological Nurses Association Annual Convention North Shore Long Island Jewish Health System Geriatric Nursing Conference Podium Presentation: Meeting the Challenge: Translating Evidence into Practice, Wexler, S., & Drury, L. Poster: Raising the Bar on EBP: Integration Throughout an Accelerated Baccalaureate Program, Wexler, S., Drury, L., Zavala, M., Charles, M., & Greenberg, M. Technical Paper Presentation: Service Learning Computing Courses Assist with Technology Needs in Community Based Organizations Serving Older Adults, Coppola, J., Thomas, B., Drury, L.& Wexler, S. Workshop: Bridging the Gap Between Disabled Citizens and Higher Education Students through Aging-in-place Assistive Technologies, Service Learning Showcase: Aging Sensitivity Training, Atlanta, GA, Coppola, J., Drury, L., Thomas, B.,& Wexler, S. Virtual Brief Paper Presentation: Cooperative Community Partnerships Transforms IT Service- Learning Courses, Coppola, J., Wexler, S., Drury, L., & Thomas, B. Poster: Meeting the Needs of Hospitalized Older Adults: The Nursing Special Care Unit, Wexler, S., Rolston, E., Pisciotta, A., Scher, K. Poster: Crossing the Digital Divide: Enhancing Technology Literacy for Older Adults via Interdisciplinary Partnerships, Drury, L., Wexler, S., & Coppola, J. Research Podium Presentation: Interdisciplinary Partnerships to Enhance Technology Literacy for Older Adults, Wexler, S., & Drury, L. Poster: Crossing the Digital Divide: Health Literacy for Older Adults, Wexler, S., & Drury, L. Poster: Meeting the Needs of Hospitalized Older Adults, Wexler, S., Rolston, E., & Scher, K. Poster: Technology Literacy for Older Adults, Wexler, S., Drury, L., & Coppola, J. August 2008 August 2008 August 2008 World Union of Wound Healing Societies, Toronto, CA World Union of Wound Healing Societies, Toronto, CA World Union of Wound Healing Societies, Toronto, CA Paper presentation- Collaborating Across the Continuum of Care to Improve Pressure Ulcer Care Poster presentation- Is Pressure Ulcer Pain Documented, Wexler, S., & Ayello, E.A. Poster presentation- Educating Geriatric Resource Nurses to Improve Skin Care of Hospitalized Elders, Wexler, S., & Ayello, E.A. September

15 PRESENTATIONS November 2007 Gerontological Society of America Paper- A Comparison of Nurse Sensitive Outcomes of an Acute Care for the Elderly Unit and a Regular Medical Unit October 2007 National Gerontological Nurses Association Paper- Implementing a Nurse Driven Urinary Catheter Protocol in the Acute Care Setting August 2012 Invited Presentations Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia Meeting the Aging Imperative with Technology: An Evidence Based Approach Oral Presentation. May 2012 Mount Sinai Hospital Queens Nurses Week 2012 Grand Rounds: Improving Quality of Life for Older Adults Using Technology: A Pilot Study of Students Mentoring Seniors Online, Wexler, S., & Drury, L. May 2012 Mount Sinai Medical Center Nurses Week 2012 Grand Rounds: Sharing Your Knowledge: Writing Abstracts, Developing Posters, It s Easier Than It Sounds., Wexler, S., & Ea, E. April 2012 January 2012 November 2011 June 2011 Pace University Lienhard School of Nursing Scholarship Day St. John s Hospital Detroit, MI Student Coalition for Action in Literacy Education (SCALE), Read Write Act, Virtual Conference 16 th Annual Jarvie Colloquium Aging cohorts in perilous times:disparities, opportunities and strategies Advancing Evidence-Based practice throughout the CDP Program, Wexler, S., & Drury, L. Workshop: Gerontologic Nursing Certification Review Webinar: Providing Computer Literacy to Older Adults Via an Intergenerational Service Learning Program, Coppola, J., Wexler, S., Drury, L., Workshop: Technology and Its Impact on Older Adults, Drury, L., Wexler, S., & Coppola, J. May 2011 Christiana Health System, Wilmington, DE Two day workshop: Gerontologic Nursing Certification Review Course January 2011 December November October October October Consumer Electronics Show, Las Vegas, NV VA NY Harbor Healthcare System Student Coalition for Action in Literacy Education (SCALE), University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN) New York Hospital Queens Wound Care Symposium Abington Memorial Hospital, Abington, PA Presentation: Empowering Senior Citizens via Intergenerational Computing and Telikin Technology, Coppola, J., Drury, L., & Wexler, S. Nursing Grand Rounds: Differentiating between Dementia, Delirium and Depression Virtual Paper Presentation: A Model Service- Learning Program Moving the Elderly into the Cyber Generation via an Intergenerational Program, Coppola, J., Wexler, S., Drury, L., & Thomas, B. Web Seminar: Integrating Care of Older Adults in Student Clinical Rotations in Hospitals: Resources for Clinical Faculty, Mezey, M., Wexler, S., Clemens, D., Dowling-Castronovo, A., & Dodge, L. Presentation: Using Evidence to Improve Quality of Care and Quality of Life: Caring for Our Aging Society Workshop: Gerontologic Nursing Certification Review Course September

16 PRESENTATIONS September American Society for Aging, East Coast Conference on Aging, Philadelphia, PA Symposium: Cognitive Fitness for Older Adults via Intergenerational Computing, Healthy Brain Aging, ASA (American Society on Aging) East Coast Conference on Aging, Coppola, J., Heyman, J., Thomas, B., & Wexler, S. June Woodhull Hospital, New York City Health and Hospitals Corporation Workshop: Geriatric Nursing: Aging Sensitivity and Expertise to Improve Outcomes for Older Adults May Christiana Health Systems, Wilmington, DE Workshop: Gerontologic Nursing Certification Preparation Course May Mount Sinai Hospital Queens Nurses Week Keynote Address: Transformational Leadership April March December 2009 December 2009 September 2009 June 2009, February 2008, October 2007, June 2007 Nurses Improving Care for Healthsystem Elders Annual Conference Consortium of New York Geriatric Education Centers Consortium of New York Geriatric Education Centers The Mount Sinai Medical Center, Annual Nursing Research Conference New York Hospital Queens Annual Wound Care Conference American Association of Colleges of Nursing Geriatric Nursing Education Consortium Workshop: Gerontologic Nursing Certification Course Workshop: Geriatric Assessment Instruments, Wexler S., & Dowling-Castronovo, A. Workshop- Geriatric Assessment-Try this and How to Try this Wexler S., & Dowling-Castronovo, A. Paper Presentation: Creating a Healing Environment for Older Adults Paper Presentation: Pain Management in the Older Adult Interdisciplinary Teams Invited Faculty Presenter at Faculty Development Institute Preparing Nursing Students to Care for Older Adults: Enhancing Gerontology in Senior Level Undergraduate Course. Small group facilitator for case based study on: atypical presentation of illness in older adults. May 2009 Christiana Health Systems Workshop: Gerontological Nursing Review April 2009 New York City Health and Hospitals System Workshop-Gerontological Nursing Review March 2009 March 2009 March 2008 September 2007 March 2007 March 2007 March 2006 New York City Health and Hospitals System Nurses Improving Care for Health Systems Elders (NICHE), Hartford Institute for Geriatric Nursing Nurses Improving Care for Health Systems Elders (NICHE), Hartford Institute for Geriatric Nursing New York Presbyterian Hospital Weill Cornell Medical Center Annual Nursing Research Conference Wound Ostomy Continence Nurses Society Annual Meeting Nurses Improving Care for Health Systems Elders (NICHE), Hartford Institute for Geriatric Nursing Nurses Improving Care for Health Systems Elders (NICHE), Hartford Institute for Geriatric Nursing Workshop-Geriatric Assessment-Use of Standardized Assessment Tools Oral Presentation-The ACE Model of Care Oral presentation and panel discussion- Choosing the Right Model of Geriatric Care: Why the ACE model is right for you. Paper- A Comparison of Nurse Sensitive Outcomes of an Acute Care for the Elderly Unit and a Regular Medical Unit Plenary session- Meeting the Needs of Geri-boomers Wanting Quality Care at the End of Life, Ayello, E.A., Parker, R., & Wexler, S. Workshop: ACE Unit Development Workshop: Sustaining an ACE unit in a community Hospital Setting September

17 PRESENTATIONS January 2005 Nurses Improving Care for Health Systems Elders (NICHE), Hartford Institute for Geriatric Nursing Workshop: The ACE Unit: The ACE Model: Concept, Funding, Staffing, Operations, Design, and Evaluation April 2011 April 2011 April 2011 November November Other Presentations Pace University College of Health Professions Lienhard School of Nursing, Nursing Scholarship Day 2011 Mount Sinai Hospital Nurses Week 2011 Poster Session Mount Sinai Hospital Nurses Week 2011 Poster Session Faculty Resource Network, Howard University Pace University Tech Expo Presentation: Interedisciplinary Partnerships to Enhance Technology Literacy for Older Adults, Drury, L., & Wexler, S. Poster: Health Literacy for Older Adults, Drury, L., & Wexler, S. Poster: Improving Care for Hospitalized Older Adults Paper Presentation: Empowering Communities of Disadvantaged Individuals and Locales with Advanced Support and Technologies, Lawler, J., Coppola, J., Wexler, S., Drury, L., & Thomas, B. Faculty Seminar: Interdisciplinary Model Service Learning Project that Moves the Elderly into the Cyber Generation via an Intergenerational Project CONSULTATIONS Dates Consultation Activity 2012 Princess Alexandra Hospital, Brisbane Australia- Consultation on the use of technology in the care of older adults and Magnet accreditation Mercer County Geriatric Center, Hamilton, NJ-Assessment of educational needs of nursing staff, development of 750 hour gerontological nursing curriculum and teaching of curriculum Thomson Prometric-New York State Nurse Aide Program-Consultation to the nurse aide testing program for New York State Pace University Physician Assistant Program-Development and Implementation of Geriatric education program SCHOLARLY PUBLICATIONS Peer Reviewed Wexler, S.S., D Amico, C.O., Foster, N., Cataldo, K., Brody, P., & Huang, Z.B. (2011). The ruby red slipper program: An interdisciplinary fall management program in a community academic medical center. MEDSURG Nursing, 20(3), Wexler, S.S., D Amico, C.O., & Rolston, E. (2011). Creating a culture of safety: Building a sustainable falls-reduction program. American Nurse Today, March 2011 Supplement, September

18 SCHOLARLY PUBLICATIONS D Amico, C.O., Wexler, S.S., & Palmer, J.L. (). A guide to web-based resources on care for older adults for nursing educators, students, and clinicians. Journal of Gerontological Nursing, 36(7), Wexler S, Colacci J, & Williams, D. (2008). NGNA 2007 conference abstracts. Decreasing the use of indwelling urinary catheters in the acute care setting. Geriatric Nursing 29(1), An, J., An K, O'Connor L, & Wexler S. (2008). Life satisfaction, self-esteem, and perceived health status among elder Korean women: focus on living arrangements. Journal of Transcultural Nursing 19(2): Zulkowski K, Ayello E.A., Wexler S. (2007). Certification and education: do they affect pressure ulcer knowledge in nursing? Advances in Skin & Wound Care, 20(1), Cortes, T., Wexler, S., Fitzpatrick, J. (2004). The transition of elderly patients between hospitals and nursing homes: Improving nurse to nurse communication. Journal of Gerontological Nursing, 30(6), Invited Publications Wexler, S. S. & Siegler, E. (2007). Interdisciplinary Teams. State of the Science White Paper In Preparing Nursing Students to Care for Older Adults: Enhancing Gerontology in Senior Level Undergraduate Courses. The American Association of Colleges of Nursing and The Hartford Institute for Geriatric Nursing, New York University, College of Nursing. American Association of Colleges of Nursing: Washington, DC (Endorsed by the National Gerontological Nursing Association and the American Geriatrics Society). Not Peer Reviewed Lawler, J., Coppola, J., Mosley, P., Drury, L., Thomas, B.A, & Wexler, S.S. (). Empowering communities of disadvantaged individuals and locales with advanced support and technologies. In Engaging Students in the Community and the World. Faculty Resource Network Journal. Book Chapters and Sections Malgren, C., Koziol, K., Northrop, A., Francois, V.E., Wexler, S.S., & Drury, L. (in press). Use of technology for decisionmaking. In S. B. Lewenson & M. Truglio-Londrigan, M. (Eds.). (in press). Decision-making in nursing: Thoughtful approaches for leadership. 2 nd Ed. Boston: Jones & Bartlett. Wexler, S.S. (2012). Informed consent (research). In H.R. Feldman, G.R. Alexander, M. Greenberg, M Jaffe-Ruiz, A.B. McBride, M.L. McClure, & T. Smith (Eds.), Nursing leadership: A concise encyclopedia. 2 nd Ed. (pp ). New York: Springer Publishing Company, LLC. Wexler, S. (2009). The NICHE Guide: The Acute Care of the Elderly (ACE) Model. In M. Boltz, J. Taylor, E. Capezuti, & T. Fulmer (Eds). NICHE Planning and Implementation Guide. New York: Hartford Institute for Geriatric Nursing. Capezuti, E., & Wexler, S. S. (2003). Choosing alternatives to restraints. In E. L. Siegler, Mirafzali, S., Foust, J.B. (Ed.), An introduction to hospitals and inpatient care (pp ). New York: Springer Publishing Company. Electronic Media Wexler, S.S. (). Avoiding the use of restraints. In: Care 2 Learn Online Education for Healthcare [Electronic]. Nashville, TN: Envision, Inc. Aselage, M., Wexler, S., & D Amico, C. (Producers) (2009). Interdisciplinary teams for older adults with complex care needs. [Audiovisual Podcast]. September

19 SCHOLARLY PUBLICATIONS Wexler, S., (2007). Physical Restraints. In: Elsevier/Mosby Nursing Online CE Standards-based Nursing Curriculum [Electronic]. Philadelphia, PA: Elsevier, Inc. (Peer Reviewed). Book Reviews Eliopoulos, C. (2014). Gerontological Nursing. 8 th Ed. Philadelphia: Lippincott. Melnyk, B.M., & Feinout-Overholt, E. (2014). Evidence Based Practice for Nursing and Healthcare. 3 rd Ed. Philadelphia: Lippincott. Miller, C. (in press). Unfolding Case Studies for Promoting Wellness in Older Adults. Philadelphia: Lippincott. CONTINUING EDUCATION ATTENDED Dates Sponsoring Organization Title of Conference November 2014 American Association of Colleges of Nursing 2014 Baccalaureate Education Conference October 2014 National Gerontological Nurses Association Annual Convention August 2014 University of Texas San Antonio Health 2014 Summer Institute on Evidence Based Practice Science Center, San Antonio, TX October 2013 National Gerontological Nurses Association Annual Convention August 2013 Pace University Center for Teaching Learning Instructional Resource Day and Technology July 2013 University of Texas San Antonio Health 2013 Summer Institute on Evidence Based Practice Science Center, San Antonio, TX June 2013 Pace University Center for Teaching Learning Academic Portfolio Workshop and Technology May 2013 Pace University Center for Teaching Learning and Technology Faculty Institute 2013 The Art and Science of Effective Instruction for Pace Students May 2013 Pace University Organizational Development Leadership Forum 2013 and Learning May 2013 College of Health Professions Appreciative Inquiry Workshop May 2013 Lienhard School of Nursing Department of Rudin Workshop on Student Retention Undergraduate Studies April 2013 Teachers College Columbia University 50 th Annual Isabel Maitland Stewart Conference on Research in Nursing March 2013 American Society for Aging Aging in American Annual Conference January 2013 Pace University Center for Teaching Learning Academic Portfolio Workshop and Technology January 2013 Pace University Center for Teaching Learning Teaching with Technology and Technology December 2012 Mount Sinai Hospital Annual Nursing Research Conference November 2012 American Association of Colleges of Nursing Baccalaureate Education Conference November 2012 End of Life Nursing Education Consortium ELNEC for Veterans Train the Trainer. Certified as an ELNEC trainer October 2012 National Gerontological Nurses Association National Gerontological Nurses Association Annual Convention: Gerontological Nursing Care: A Safe Harbor July 2012 Sigma Theta Tau International 23 rd International Research Congress July 2012 University of Texas San Antonio Health 2012 Summer Institute on Evidence Based Practice Science Center-Academic Center for and Educators Workshop Evidence-Based Practice June 2012 New York University Langone Medical Center Nursing Research Conference May 2012 Pace University Center for Teaching Learning Faculty Institute 2012 The DNA of Pace University: September

20 and Technology Collaboration and Innovation 4/20/12 New York State Deans and Directors New York State Innovations in Advancing the IOM Recommendations 3/28/12 National League for Nursing Innovations in Teaching: Advancing Care Excellence for Seniors 11/18-11/22/11 Gerontological Society of America 64 th Annual Scientific Meeting 11/17-11/19/11 American Association of Colleges of Nursing 2011 Baccalaureate Education Conference 10/13- National Gerontological Nurses Association Annual Convention 10/16/11 7/14-7/15/11 Pace University Lienhard School of Nursing Meti-Learning Basic Education Course 7/6-7/9/11 University of Texas San Antonio Health Science Center-Academic Center for Evidence-Based Practice 4/29/11 Teachers College, Columbia University, New September Summer Institute on Evidence Based Practice and Educators Workshop Stewart Conference: Practice, Education, Leadership Transformation: Preparing for the Care Continuum York, NY 12/10/10 Mount Sinai Hospital Nursing Research Day New York, NY 11/18-11/20/10 American Association of Colleges of Nursing AACN Baccalaureate Education Conference Orlando, FL 11/14-11/16/10 National Gerontological Nurses Association Celebrating 25 Years of Excellence in Gerontological Nursing Palm Springs, CA 10/8/10 New York Hospital Queens 1st Annual NYHQ Wound Care Symposium- CMS Guidelines for Evidence-Based Practice Flushing, NY 9/29/10 National Institutes of Health Office of Extramural Research 7/7-7/10/10 University of Texas San Antonio Health Science Center-Academic Center for Evidence-Based Practice Web-based training course: Protecting Human Research Participants Ninth Annual Summer Institute on Evidence- Based Practice San Antonio, TX 5/20/10 North Shore Long Island Jewish Health System Institute for Nursing Geriatric Nursing Conference New Hyde Park, NY 1/ Pace University Online Seminar: Teaching Effectively Online Center for Teaching, Learning, Technology 11/13/2009 The Mount Sinai Medical Center Nursing Research: Building Excellent for Quality Outcomes 10/8-10/11/2009 National Gerontological Nurses Association Annual Convention-Gateway to A New Age St. Louis, MO 4/30/2009 New York Hospital Queens Legal Aspects of Wound Assessment and Documentation 2/26/2009 New York University College of Nursing NICHE User Conference Philadelphia, PA 2/25/09 New York University College of Nursing NICHE Best Clinical Practices Conference Philadelphia, PA 2/23-2/24/2009 New York University College of Nursing NICHE Leadership Conference Philadelphia, PA 1/21/-1/23/2009 American Nurses Association 2009 NDNQI Conference 10/31-11/2/2008 National Gerontological Nurses Association Annual Convention-The Richness of Diversity in Gerontological Nursing 8/26/2008 New York University College of Nursing Faculty Development Workshop 2/21/2008 New York University College of Nursing NICHE User Conference 2/20/2008 New York University College of Nursing NICHE Best Clinical Practices Conference 2/18-2/19/2009 New York University College of Nursing NICHE Leadership Conference 1/30-2/1/2008 American Nurses Association 2008 NDNQI Conference 1/30/2008 American Nurses Association NDNQI Preconference I-Introduction to Site and Survey Coordinator Roles 11/16-20, 2007 Gerontological Society of America 60 th Annual Meeting of The Gerontological Society

21 of America 10/30/2007 New York Hospital Queens Nursing Grand Rounds: Rapid Response Team 10/19- National Gerontological Nursing Association NGNA Convention 10/21/ /5/2007 New York Hospital Queens Sixth Annual Nursing Research Conference 8/28/2007 New York University College of Nursing Clinical Instructor Orientation 6/27-29/2007 New York University College of Nursing Enhancing Gerontology Content in Senior-level Baccalaureate Courses-AACN Geriatric Nursing Education Consortium 6/9-13, 2007 Wound Ostomy Contience Nurses Society 39 th Annual Conference 5/16/2007 New York University College of Nursing Undergraduate Faculty Development Workshop 2/5-6, 2007 New York University College of Nursing NICHE Leadership Conference 11/16-20, 2007 Gerontological Society of America 59 th Annual Meeting of the Gerontological Society of America 9/14/06 New York Presbyterian Hospital Weill Cornell Medical Center Building Evidence Based Practice in the Hospital Setting 2/19/2006 New York Hospital Queens Grand Rounds-The Lived Experience of RRT-Rapid Response Team 1/12/05 New York University College of Nursing Faculty Development Workshop Other Media June 2012, Dutch TV: Teaching Seniors to Use Smart Phones, June 2012, BBC News: Teaching Silver Surfers to Use Social Media, March 2012, Los Angeles Times: Program teaches computer skills to older generation New York's Pace University connects its students with senior citizens who want to learn how to stay in touch with their more tech-savvy children and grandchildren December 2, 2011, quoted in Westchester County Business Journal, April 30, 2011,CBS Evening News, Senior Connection, CBS April 2011.wmv April 2011, Retirement Living TV: Educating Younger Generations on the Sensitivities of Growing Older, September

22 Lienhard School of Nursing Office of Academic Affairs 163 William Street Room 502 New York, NY PHONE: (212) FAX: (212) May 15, 2015 To Whom it May Concern, It is my pleasure to nominate Dr. Sharon Stahl Wexler for the National Gerontological Nursing Association s (NGNA) Distinguished Nurse Educator Award. I was on the search committee for the Lienhard School of Nursing and recruited Dr. Wexler for our faculty because of her long-standing expertise and commitment to geriatric nursing. She is a tireless advocate for older adults and a dedicated practitioner and educator who leads students and staff by exemplifying the highest standards of professional practice. As Program Director for our Accelerated Bachelor of Science in Nursing (ABSN) program, Dr. Wexler has been instrumental in raising the profile of geriatric nursing across the entire undergraduate department and mentoring other faculty in gerontology. She has developed a cadre of exemplary students who have blazed a trail for their peers implementing evidence based practice projects that improve the care of older adults in acute, long-term and community-based settings. In addition to her inspiring teaching (see letters of support), Dr. Wexler maintains a clinical and consulting practice with Mt. Sinai Medical Center and guided their staff to attaining and maintaining Magnet status. Her role as Nurse Researcher/Gerontological Clinical Nurse Specialist at Mt. Sinai lead her to develop an interprofessional program of funded research in the evolving field of gerontechnology. She is currently the primary investigator on an NYC supported project using an innovative tablet-based computer interface to improve the quality of life for hospitalized older adults. Dr. Wexler is also a steadfast supporter of NGNA. A continuous member since 1996, she served six years as chairperson of the research committee was instrumental in developing the joint Sigma Theta Tau/NGNA Research grant in She became Director at Large in 2014 and participates in strategic planning and organizational government. Please do not hesitate to contact me for any further information that would be helpful. I can be reached by at or by cell phone Best Regards, Lin Drury, PhD, RN Professor N E W Y O R K C I T Y W E S T C H E S T E R

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