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Nursing Association Grants Mentorship Award to Dr. Harriet Feldman

11/28/2018

Nursing Association Grants Mentorship Award to Dr. Harriet Feldman

NYONEL member and Pace University’s College of Health Professions’ Dean Harriet R. Feldman PhD, RN, FAAN was honored by the American Nurses Association - New York (ANA-NY) with the 2018 Mentorship Award at its 6th Annual Meeting and Conference. 

The Award recognizes a nurse who has been an exemplary mentor to less experienced nurses in any domain of nursing – education, research, practice improvement, clinical practice, and/or health policy. The recipient of this award will have provided professional guidance and support to the mentees over a protracted time period during the evolution of their careers in an effort to help the mentees reach their professional, mutually agreed upon goals.  In accepting the award, Dean Feldman commented:

“Nothing is more important, perhaps, than preparing future leaders to set the course for health care and higher education. I take this responsibility very seriously. It is an honor that I strive every day to live up to.”

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"NYONEL Newsletter" featured Pace University’s College of Health Professions’ Dean Harriet R. Feldman PhD, RN, FAAN in "NYONEL to Host ANA Review Course for ANCC Nurse Executive Certification"

11/28/2018

"NYONEL Newsletter" featured Pace University’s College of Health Professions’ Dean Harriet R. Feldman PhD, RN, FAAN in "NYONEL to Host ANA Review Course for ANCC Nurse Executive Certification"

November 27, 2018 Volume 3 Issue 11

ANA-NY Grants Mentorship Award to Dr. Harriet Feldman

NYONEL member and Pace University’s College of Health Professions’ Dean Harriet R. Feldman PhD, RN, FAAN was honored by the American Nurses Association - New York (ANA-NY) with the 2018 Mentorship Award at its 6th Annual Meeting and Conference.

The Award recognizes a nurse who has been an exemplary mentor to less experienced nurses in any domain of nursing – education, research, practice improvement, clinical practice, and/or health policy. The recipient of this award will have provided professional guidance and support to the mentees over a protracted time period during the evolution of their careers in an effort to help the mentees reach their professional, mutually agreed upon goals.  In accepting the award, Dean Feldman commented: “Nothing is more important, perhaps, than preparing future leaders to set the course for health care and higher education. I take this responsibility very seriously. It is an honor that I strive every day to live up to.”

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