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1 P h i l l i p s B e t h I s r a e l S c h o o l o f N u r s i n g A n n u a l R e p o r t H I G H L I G H T S RN-BSN Program Update Go PRO 2013 Initiative Your Health First PBISN in Haiti F a l l

2 Phillip Beth Israel School of Nursing Since 1904 Our Mission To prepare students to become outstanding registered nurses To provide optimal academic and clinical experiences To prepare graduates who have the knowledge to problem-solve, think critically and collaborate with other healthcare providers To prepare graduates to become knowledgeable and involved global citizens 2

3 Our Vision To be a leader in associate and baccalaureate nursing education To actively respond to society s need for caring, knowledgeable and skilled nursing professionals To use and develop evidence-based research as the foundation for contemporary education and clinical practice 3

4 T h e P e o p l e o f P h i l l i p s B e t h I s r a e l S c h o o l o f N u r s i n g ( P B I S N ) H a r r i s N a g l e r, M D P r e s i d e n t o f B e t h I s r a e l M e d i c a l C e n t e r ( B I M C ) J a n e t G r e e n a n d R u t h N e r k e n Co- C h a i r s, P B I S N B o a r d o f T r u s t e e s It is our privilege to be leading PBISN at this historic time. The school has a long successful history and we are well prepared to make this step forward into baccalaureate education. Our students are outstanding; our faculty members are dedicated scholars and clinicians; and our leadership team is clearly taking us in the right direction. We are especially grateful to the members of the PBISN Board. With their support, professionalism and wisdom we will accomplish our mission to be a leader in associate and baccalaureate nursing education. 4

5 J a n e t M a c k i n, E D D, R N P r e s i d e n t a n d D e a n P h i l l i p s B e t h I s r a e l S c h o o l o f N u r s i n g It has been my good fortune to have been the dean of PBISN for the last 13 years. Over those years, we have grown and changed but we have retained the spirit of the school and our outstanding record. We have gone beyond the traditional academic program and introduced some innovative initiatives. Our artist -in-residence program, international missions, inter-professional patient simulations and continuing education programs are all examples of our unique approach to nursing education. In 2013, PBISN s Your Health First program was an important endeavor. Hula hoops, jump ropes, yoga classes and exercise sessions are not usually seen in a college setting but for us they were daily reminders of the importance of keeping in shape and our professional responsibility to practice what we preach. There is no end in sight to our faculty s creative thinking. Our RN-BSN program will be our greatest project ever! 5

6 T H E L E A D E R S H I P T E A M PBISN is led by committed and experienced professionals who oversee a robust and meaningful plan for institutional assessment and program evaluation. Through a team effort, they create an environment that supports learning, innovation and professionalism. Lynn Rubenstein Associate Dean Bernice Pass-Stern Assistant Dean Linda Fabrizio Director of Student Services T H E C O N T I N U I N G E D U C A T I O N A N D I N F O R M A T I O N T E C H N O L O G Y T E A M Nursing Education is a life-long process and the Continuing Education team work with knowledgeable educators to create courses for nurses in practice. They also support and advance the technology used by students and faculty at PBISN. Their goals are to provide outstanding onsite and online programs for practicing nurses and to create and support online systems that are accessible, intuitive and meet the needs of students and faculty. 6

7 T H E F A C U L T Y Faculty members have expertise in the areas of nursing education, simulation and clinical practice. They are certified in their areas of specialty and have been mentored into their roles and responsibilities at the college. A team of 30 clinical adjuncts assists the full time faculty. Together, they provide students with a comprehensive academic preparation for clinical practice. The faculty s goal is clear to create outstanding nurses to address the current and future needs of healthcare. T H E A D M I N I S T R A T I V E S T A F F The administrative team provides support services for faculty, students and applicants. They are led by Natalie Cline, office manager, and work as a team to make PBISN a college that is easy to navigate. Their goal is to provide students with personalized assistance in obtaining financial aid, easy access to bursarial services and a simple and convenient registration process. Every day the administrative staff are available to make PBISN run smoothly and with a heart! 7

8 P r o f i l e s o f G r a d u a t e s o f P h i l l i p s B e t h I s r a e l S c h o o l o f N u r s i n g Kelly Browne, RN Class of 2011 A Pediatric Homecare Nurse, Currently completing an online Bachelor s Degree in Nursing through Excelsior College. Kelly is the first recipient of the college s Phi Theta Kappa Scholarship. When Kelly Browne, class of 2011, entered PBISN, she quickly realized that being a nurse requires a mode of thinking, different from what might be expected in other fields. It became clear that learning at PBISN was not about quick answers to exam questions. The program necessitates that students approach problems with a critical eye, employ decision -making skills, and prioritize tasks in a way that general education does not. Upon entering her first patient s room, during clinicals, hands-on training, she experienced an adrenaline rush she would never forget. The experience had such a profound effect that she can easily recall the patient s first and last name, her appearance, diagnosis, and treatment. Browne is currently employed as a pediatric homecare nurse in southern New Jersey. She did not initially expect to go into homecare. Browne described the hospital as the focus of hands - on-training in nursing education because students can see the most, but a few of Browne s professors were homecare nurses and loved their jobs. Browne quickly realized that not only did she enjoy homecare, but she was good at it; garnering positive feedback from patients families and her supervisor. Making patients comfortable and secure with the care delivered at home is such an important role in healthcare, Brown not only launched a new career but is busy continuing her nursing education. She is currently completing an online Bachelor s Degree in Nursing through Excelsior College and is the first recipient of the college s Phi Theta Kappa Scholarship. Her goals for the future include pursuing a Master s Degree in Nursing. As a successful PBISN alumna, Browne has some advice for future graduates: Commitment, Browne says, is definitely key. [Nursing] students approach problems with a critical eye, employ decisionmaking skills, and prioritize tasks in a way that general education does not. By Rebecca Suzan 8

9 Michael King, RN, BSN Class of 2004 A Lieutenant in the New York Police Department, a Per diem nurse and will be working towards a Master s in Nursing. Michael credits many of his successes in nursing to his education at PBISN. Michael King was no stranger to healthcare before attending PBISN. Having been a paramedic for the NYC Emergency Medical Services for seven years, transitioning to nursing seemed like a natural progression for him. The career change was not entirely easy, however. Clinicals were not a far departure from the hands-on experience King already had, but classroom learning was very different. King credits many of his successes in nursing to his education at PBISN. He applied for a full-time medical-surgical position at a Brooklyn hospital without having the requisite experience and only being able to work per diem. He should not have been offered the position, but when the nurse educator found out PBISN was his alma mater, she said, Why didn t you tell me you went to Beth Israel? If you went there, you get the job. Not only does King work as a nurse, he is a lieutenant in the NYPD and is anticipating a promotion to captain in the coming months. He has also received his Bachelor s Degree in Nursing from American Sentinel University and will be returning to school to complete his Master s in Nursing. King s commitment to education is so prodigious that he has established a scholarship with NYPD, which offers tuition assistance for police officers who want to attend PBISN. A nurse, a police lieutenant, a paramedic, a teacher and now a benefactor King has done it all! As a paramedic you are only with patients for 10 to 20 minutes, but I had to learn what happened after the ER what happened over the course of the patient s stay in the hospital and what their daily care entailed. King established a Scholarship for NYPD Students at PBISN. By Rebecca Suzan 9

10 Vivian Tran, RN Class of 2010 A Nurse at BIMC, she is pictured here with her new daughter born at BIMC. While a student, Vivian performed CPR on the NYC Subway and saved a life. Vivian credits her training at PBISN It allowed us to see not only what we should do in an emergency situation, but how we would actually react. Vivian Tran ended up at PBISN by chance. A friend asked if she could go to an open house in his stead and bring back information. Tran liked what she saw at the open house, and she ultimately enrolled at PBISN. During her final semester, Tran was also a BSN student. After graduating from PBISN in 2010, Tran began working in a general surgical unit at Beth Israel Medical Center and with that experience was able to transfer to the emergency department. Tran is currently on maternity leave and is pictured here with her daughter, Isabella. The skills Tran learned at PBISN have proven helpful outside the hospital. A few years ago, she helped a man who had collapsed in the subway. Rushing to his aid, Tran found that his breathing was shallow and his pulse was barely palpable. She called 911 and performed CPR until emergency medical services arrived. Tran credits her training at PBISN. She recalls a surprise simulation of a woman (really a CPR manikin) who collapsed in a classroom. It allowed us to see not only what we should do in an emergency situation, but how we would actually react. The Artist in Residence program at PBISN also had an impact on Tran. The artist took us to a museum and taught us how to look at things - to say what is there and what we see, she says, A lot of people jump to give an opinion before seeing the full picture. Tran utilizes this philosophy while working at the hospital. I learned to stop and listen, to think about the patient, and look for signs before jumping ahead and making a mistake, she says. I learned to stop and listen, to think about the patient, and look for signs before jumping ahead and making a mistake. By Rebecca Suzan 10

11 Noel Emde, RN Class of 2010 A Critical Care Nurse at BIMC. Noel was BSN Student in last semester at PBISN, a Novice Nurse of the Year finalist and winner of Phi Theta KapA Honor Society Scholarship. Breaking into nursing and starting his career at PBISN was a long shot for Noel Emde. He had been waiting tables for twelve years in California when his grandfather fell ill. Emde witnessed the care provided by his grandfather s nurses and decided it was time to make a life change. After seeing online information about PBISN, he completed an application and flew to New York for the entrance exam. Emde found New York intimidating, but the staff and My first impression of the school made me want to attend. Everyone was so nice. students at PBISN made the school feel like home on his very first visit. My first impression of the school made me want to attend. Everyone was so nice, Emde says, I had luggage with me and I was telling someone on the admissions committee that I had flown out from California just for the entrance exam. She really wanted me to succeed and to make sure my trip was not in vain. Happily for Emde, he came to PBISN and graduated with the class of 2010 as Class President, organizing many community outreach programs along the way. He is currently working in the intensive care unit at Beth Israel Medical Center. I never thought I would be on that kind of floor, Emde says. He started out on a regular medical -surgical floor. His hard work and dedication there did not go unnoticed. Emde was a finalist for the Novice Nurse of the Year Award which caught the attention of a hospital manager who gave him the opportunity to transfer to the Intensive Care Unit. It is intimidating, but pretty exciting to work with really sick patients, get them stable, and keep them alive and kicking. It is an honor to be there, representing PBISN, he says. What do Vivian Tran and Noel Emde have in common? As students at PBISN, they met and fell in love. After graduation, they both started to attend a baccalaureate program in nursing. They married in 2012 and their daughter Isabella was born in September Things are very busy for them this fall besides a new baby, they are finishing their last semester of their BSN program. They are the ultimate BIMC family Mom and Dad are BIMC nurses and Isabella is a BIMC baby. Their daughter is likely to follow in their footsteps. Noel says, Someday Isabella will be going to PBISN for her baccalaureate degree in nursing! By Rebecca Suzan 11

12 N e w I n i t i a t i v e s a t P h i l l i p s B e t h I s r a e l S c h o o l o f N u r s i n g RN- B S N In 2013, PBISN submitted an application to the New York State Department of Education to initiate a RN-BSN program. This plan was developed in cognizance of the importance for all associate degree graduates to earn their baccalaureate. PBISN s baccalaureate program is designed to articulate well with the associate degree which will allow grads to earn their BSN degrees quickly and efficiently. The college still has a great commitment to the associate degree program which will continue. The concept is to allow students to earn their RN degrees in a timely fashion, obtain an entry level nursing position and then continue with their baccalaureate degree while working as a nurse. Students and graduates have been surveyed to determine their interest in a baccalaureate degree at PBISN. Their responses have been overwhelmingly positive. It is anticipated that the RN-BSN program will be approved before the end of 2013 and the first class will be admitted for the fall 2014 semester. PBISN s baccalaureate program is designed to allow associate graduates to earn their BSN degrees quickly. G o P R O Go PRO is a new initiative at PBISN. It is designed to help students learn and practice professionalism in the classroom, clinical setting and in personal interactions. The abbreviation PRO stands for Peer Review and Oversight. As part of peer review, students are expected to tell each other what they think they are doing right and identify areas that can be improved. Oversight is provided by faculty, staff, and administration who give feedback on what they see. Frequently, there is an assumption that students define professionalism in the same way that faculty and nurses do. That is not always the case. Go PRO is a project that is being championed by Professor Carleen Graham (pictured with student during the senior pinning ceremony). Professor Graham, a new member of the faculty, is a seasoned professional. With many years of experience in the military and at BIMC, she brings a strong commitment to helping students to become the outstanding nurses of the future. Professor Graham is an excellent role model. She is currently pursuing her doctoral degree. Her area of interest? Examining the relationship between professional behavior and the quality of patient care. 12

13 Your Health First Getting healthy and staying healthy; nurses need to be role models. Nurses play a significant role in helping patients to get healthy and stay healthy. To do this effectively, nurses need to be role models taking care to practice what they preach. Your Health First (YHF) is a program for students at PBISN that takes a proactive approach healthy students will be healthy nurses. The program provides students with guidance on nutrition, stress reduction and exercise. Students are offered: group exercise classes (yoga, body toning, running/walking clubs); hoola hoops and jump ropes to use at any time; a meditation room and, in the upcoming year, workshops on nutrition and stress reduction. Students have shown great interest in the program and Professor Nelly Carlisle keeps the program front and center. Students biggest challenge finding enough time to rest and restore their energy! * The Serotonin molecule is the program logo. 13

14 Expanded for pediatric and obstetrical patient simulations. A high-fidelity simulation lab has been in full operation for approximately 5 years at PBISN. The lab was named in honor of Trustee Ruth Nerken her support took the lab from a basic to a full-fledged operation. Students provide R u t h N e r k e n S i m u l a t i o n L a b care to a mannequin whose condition varies pulse, respirations and EKG readings change. Students are on their own the instructor is in the control room adjusting settings and recording the session. Sound stressful? It is! And, students love it. They have an opportunity to handle difficult situations, such as a cardiac arrest, something that they might never see during their clinical experiences at the hospital. This year, the simulation lab grew. An additional room was added for pediatric and obstetrical patient simulations. Infant, child and mom mannequins make these sessions very realistic. If you come to the sim lab in June, things look very different. The beds are pushed aside and the space is set up as a psychiatric area. A professional actor plays the role of a patient so well that students are really challenged! All of these changes were done under the leadership of Professor Tina Heinz. With an extensive background in critical care, she knows that our graduates will be facing difficult patient situations in their future and she wants them to be prepared! Inter-professional communication between students nurses and physicians. Eye-to-Eye is a program that was started at PBISN in This program is a collaborative undertaking by the BIMC Department of Graduate Medical Education and Eye-to-Eye PBISN. The goal is to enhance inter-professional communication between students, nurses and physicians. There are several facets to this inter-professional education (IPE) initiative. In the simulation lab, physicians join PBISN students in taking care of a high fidelity mannequin. The simulations feel very real. After the simulation, doctor and students join in a debriefing session to determine how they can improve patient care in the hospital. In addition to sims, a group of students interviewed MDs to find out ways in which communication can be improved. Approximately 30 physicians were interviewed and a summary of their comments is being prepared for sharing with other students. Professors Vanessa Milne and Tina Heinz work collaboratively on these projects. 14

15 International Nursing For 5 years, PBISN has offered an enrichment course on international nursing. The champion of this initiative is Professor Vanessa Milne. Her background as a nurse practitioner makes her well prepared to lead this project. The course is offered in collaboration with Diaspora (a social support service agency located in Flatbush, Brooklyn). Professor Milne brings in experts many of whom are connected with Diaspora. Students learn about the culture, healthcare needs and issues facing the Haitian community in NYC and Haiti. The ultimate goal of the course is to have students apply the principles and theories learned and integrate them into their practice. For select students, there is an opportunity to travel to Haiti as part of an educational mission. This trip is coordinated by Diaspora. This experience is a life-changing one. Although the focus is on Haiti, the lessons learned can be applied to other cultures. Students have first hand experience of how difficult it is to adapt to a new culture. In spite of language barriers, students learn to share the beauty, dignity and value of another culture. 15

16 I n s t i t u t i o n a l A s s e s s m e n t a n d P r o g r a m E v a l u a t i o n How does a college evaluate its performance? Obtaining ongoing feedback from students and graduates is essential and a good place to start the assessment process. At PBISN, this is an every day occurrence. The faculty and administration have an open door policy better to address small issues before they become big problems. These interactions keep it real and remind us of the importance of an individual approach to learning. It is also important to take a look at the big picture of the college. By measuring how we have done from year to year, we can gauge our progress and identify areas in which we can improve. PBISN is looking to make data driven decisions that will positively impact the growth and development of the college. What needs to be measured? PBISN has determined 4 critical outcomes for the college. These goals are shared with faculty, staff and students; they help us to align our efforts and move forward. Enrollment PBISN enjoys steady sustained enrollment. Graduation Rate PBISN set a goal that at least 75% percent of students entering the program will graduate within 4 years. For many colleges, this would be an ambitious outcome to achieve. For example, the graduation rates for associate degree programs in the City University of New York system are consistently in the 60% range. As seen in the following graph, PBISN has demonstrated outstanding success in helping students successfully complete the program. 16

17 Outstanding success in helping students successfully complete the program. The graph below depicts the percent of students entering the program who graduate within 4 years. (Please note: Data for the incoming classes of will become available 4 years after their entry year.) The graduation rate for the last 3 years has been an outstanding 90%. 100% 90% 80% 70% 60% 50% 40% 30% 20% 10% 0% Rate of Graduation within 4 Years by Entry Cohort 85% 90% 88% 90% 90% 90% 81% 83% 84% 60% The graph below shows that actual numbers of students who have graduated annually. The numbers of students rose as new scheduling options were introduced into the program. The Alternative Two-Day Option (ATOP) allows students to attend on Thursday evenings/fridays and Saturdays and the Evening students attend on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday evenings. There has been a dip in enrollment in the past 4 years as job opportunities in the New York area decreased. Annual Number of Graduates

18 Success on Licensing Exam (NCLEX) Upon completion of the program, graduates become eligible to take the NCLEX. PBISN graduates have consistently done well on their first attempt taking the licensing exam. Since 2008, the college has met its goal to score at or above the national and state averages. PBISN is especially proud of its most recent results for the last 3 years, the college has been above 90% which represents an incredible achievement for our graduates. NCLEX 1st Time Pass Rates % 86.2% 88% 87.6% 82.7% 84.6% 97% 99% 92% 90.34% 87.42% 87.9% 87.15% 84.45% 84.05% PBISN NYS National 18

19 Employment Graduates of PBISN are well prepared to enter their first position as a registered nurse. The school keeps in touch with graduates and conducts a survey approximately one year after graduation. In the last several years, the NYC job market has presented challenges to new grads. Of the most recent class surveyed, only 60% of graduates were employed as RNs. PBISN has introduced the New Grad Advantage Program which provides continuing education programs (EKG interpretation, Advanced Cardiac Life Support, Physical Assessment, Periop 101, etc.) to help grads keep their skills up-to-date while they seek employment. 100% 90% 80% 70% 60% 50% 40% 30% 20% 10% 0% Graduates Employed within months 94% 94% 82% 91% 85% 72% 60% Satisfaction with Education In spite of the challenges graduates have faced in finding employment over the past few years, they are resoundingly positive about the education that they received at PBISN. They rate the curriculum and faculty very highly. Areas for improvement? Many graduates have identified the need for PBISN to establish an RN-BSN program. The college has taken their recommendation seriously and is well on the way to establishing a RN -BSN program! 105% 100% 97% Graduates Recommending PBISN 100% 100% 97% 97% 95% 92% 90% 85% 85% 80% 75%

20 S t u d e n t F i n a n c i a l A i d P e r s p e c t i v e PBISN has a solid funding base that includes tuition income, support from BIMC, support from Medicare/Medicaid sources, and a strong, enduring benefactor group. Students receive substantial financial support from three sources: scholarship aid administered by the school, federal and state grants, and loans. For the academic year, total cost of tuition and fees for the program was $34,970. The cost per credit is $420. Many students come with transfer credits from previous college education. This will substantially decrease the cost of the program for them. All students must take a minimum of 35 credits (nursing courses). The cost of tuition for the nursing courses is $14,700. The school also has an endowment of just over $1 million that is dedicated to scholarship assistance. The 2012 budget of the school was $3,505,205. Salaries are the largest expense for the school. There are ten full-time faculty members and approximately 30 adjunct faculty and nine administrative staff. 20

21 2012 Expenses 3% 30% 4% 53% Salaries Fringe Benefits Supplies Rental Expense/Taxes Housekeeping 10% Tuition makes up the largest portion of the school s income. Medicare passthrough reimbursement supplements the tuition and provides a balanced budget. 21 Pa

22 T h e P e o p l e w h o M a k e a D i f f e r e n c e O u r D e d i c a t e d S u p p o r t e r s Gifts of $100,000 and Above The Rita and Alex Hillman Foundation, Inc. PVH Corp. Gifts of $10,000 to $99,999 Mrs. Suzanne Karpas LCU Foundation Jean and Albert Nerken Foundation Phillips-Green Foundation The Louis & Rachel Rudin Foundation, Inc. Switzer Foundation The Sidney & Loretta Teich Foundation Gifts of $5,000 to $9,999 Kathleen Greenberg Lawrence S. Phillips Gifts of $1,000 to $4,999 Ruth K. Hausen Bloch Irving Denbaum Mr. and Mrs. Richard M. Michaelson Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Raskin The Estate of Jane Searock Gifts Under $1,000 Beth Israel School of Nursing Alumni Association BIMC Business Health Services BIMC David B. Kriser Dept. of Emergency Medicine BIMC Department of Medicine BIMC Department of Orthopaedic Surgery BIMC Dept. of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences BIMC Department of Surgery BIMC Milton & Bernice Stern Department of Pediatrics BIMC Mirken Department of Neurology BIMC Patient Care Services Mr. and Mrs. Steven D. Blecher Howard N. Blitman Dorothy M. Brehio Rochelle Bronson Nelly J. Carlisle Wendy Chan Cynthia Chesner Chryssanthos P. Chryssanthou Lola L. Chlupsa Mr. and Mrs. Mark Clements Natalie Cline Comprehensive Development Inc. Frank J. Cracolici Rosemarie Emmerich Julieta Enriquez Linda Fabrizio Sharon Fischer Letizia Gaeta Maria and Alfred Gallo Emanuel Goldberg Tina Heinz Mr. and Dr. William R. Henrikson Herff Jones Theresa J. Iannello Suzanne T. & Irving D. Karpas, Jr. Foundation Brian S. Koll Randi Krapf Janet Mackin James S. Marcus Foundation Lorraine McGrath Beatrice Meenaghan Michele L. Melnick, Esq. Charles P. Melone Edmundo A. Mercado Vanessa Milne Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Miller Mr. and Mrs. Morgan L. Miller Sara Nerken Erdem Ozden Pace University Bernice Pass-Stern Phyllis Pollack Margaret A. Reilly Mr. and Mrs. T. Benjamin Romney Seth Rosenfeld Lynn Rubenstein Carmen D. Schmidt Betty Sue Spellman The Institute for Family Health Joana Velasquez Kurt Villcheck 22

23 Preparing students to actively respond to society s need for caring, knowledgeable and skilled Nursing professionals 23

24 Administration Full-Time Faculty Janet Mackin, RN Dean BA, Fordham University MS, Pace University EdD, MA, Teachers College, Columbia University Lynn Rubenstein, RN Associate Dean Diploma, Beth Israel School of Nursing BS, C.W. Post College, Long Island University MA, Teachers College, Columbia University Bernice Pass-Stern Assistant Dean BA, MEd, Brooklyn College MS, New York Institute of Technology Linda Fabrizio Director, Student Services BBA, Baruch College Wendy Chan Senior Financial Aid Director BA, University of South Alabama Administrative Staff Sharon Fischer Librarian BS, University of Maine at Augusta MLS, Texas Woman s University Natalie Cline Office Manager BA, College of New Rochelle Letizia Gaeta Bursar/Financial Aid Officer BA, State University of New York at Oneonta Nelly Carlisle, RN, CNM Associate Professor in Nursing BS, University of Texas MS, CNM, Columbia University Rosemarie Emmerich Professor in Science BS, Fordham University MS, Fordham University PhD, MS, St. John s University Tina Heinz, RN Associate Professor in Nursing Diploma, Delta College School of Nursing BSN, Regis University MA/MPA, Baruch CUNY Lorraine McGrath, RN Associate Professor in Nursing BS, Wagner College MA, New York University Beatrice Meenaghan, RN Associate Professor in Nursing BSN, College of Staten Island MA, Pace University Vanessa Milne, RN, FNP Associate Professor in Nursing BA, University of Van Amsterdam Netherlands MS, Columbia University Zelda Suzan, RN Associate Professor in Nursing BS, Hunter College MA, New York University Joana Velasquez, RN Associate Professor in Nursing BSN, San Juan de Dios Educational Foundation (Philippines) MSN, Mercy College Maria Gallo Assistant Manager of Admissions BA, Aquinas University, Philippines Cynthia Hall Secretary to the Dean Julieta Enriquez Clerk Typist 24

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