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Mount Sinai Hospital Participates in Roundtable Discussion

NEW YORK CITY — Carole Porter, RN, DNP, chief nursing officer/senior vice president of nursing, and her team of nursing leaders from The Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City met with Nursing Spectrum staff for a roundtable discussion to better understand their programs and initiatives. Gannett’s Vice President of Nursing Communications & Initiatives Eileen Williamson, RN, MSN, served as discussion facilitator.

Advanced practice and research is important at Mount Sinai, as evidenced by six of the 11 nurses in attendance who hold DNP degrees. Porter coined the phrase “research bagging” to describe the atmosphere during meetings. “As soon as someone mentions something around the table, everyone wants to do research on it,” she says proudly. Porter also is a recent DNP graduate.

Nursing leaders at Mount Sinai Hospital met with Nursing Spectrum’s Eileen Williamson for a roundtable discussion.

In attendance were Maria Vezina, RN, EdD, Mount Sinai’s senior director, nursing education, research, and professional practice, and Beth Oliver, RN, DNP. In addition to Oliver’s staff position at Mount Sinai, she also is the only nurse on the board of the American Heart Association.

If interested in hosting a roundtable discussion at a future facility, contact Williamson at [email protected]

By | 2020-04-15T15:01:10-04:00 July 27th, 2009|Categories: New York/New Jersey Metro, Regional|0 Comments

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