SBU School of Nursing Associate Dean Receives NSHC Nurse of Excellence Award – See more at: http://commcgi.cc.stonybrook.edu/am2/publish/General_University_News_2/SBU_School_of_Nursing_Associate_Dean_Receives_NSHC_Nurse_of_Excellence_Award.shtml#sthash.l8

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SBU School of Nursing Associate Dean Receives NSHC Nurse of Excellence Award 
Lori Escallier, PhD, RN, CPNP, honored for research on nurse education, delivery models –

Lori Escallier, PhD, RN, CPNP, Associate Dean for Evaluations and Outcomes at Stony Brook University School of Nursing

STONY BROOK, N.Y., June 12, 2013 – Lori Escallier, PhD, RN, CPNP, Associate Dean for Evaluations and Outcomes at Stony Brook University School of Nursing, has received the Nurse of Excellence Award from the Nassau-Suffolk Hospital Council (NSHC) for outstanding leadership and clinical practice. A Professor at the School of Nursing since 1988 who has worked for Stony Brook University Hospital for more than 30 years, Escallier was honored for her nationally grant-funded evidence-based scholarship on nursing education, delivery models and organizational outcomes, according to the NSHC. She received the prestigious award at the NHSC’s annual Nurse of Excellence Award Ceremony on May 23 at the Woodbury Country Club in Woodbury, NY. Each of the NHSC’s member hospitals nominated a nurse for the annual awards, and the Deans of area nursing schools submitted nominees for nursing excellence in education. Escallier has been a Principal Investigator on federally funded nursing research on retention strategies in diverse workforces. She has presented her evidence-based scholarly research at local, national and international conferences and been published in dozens of peer-reviewed journals. She has presented nationally and internationally on the process of creating and maintaining diverse workforces, and on evaluation and outcome methodologies. In October 2012, Escallier provided a podium presentation in collaboration with DNP doctoral student Emily Cupelli on “Sensory Processing Differences and Urinary Incontinence in School Aged Children” at the International Children’s Continence Society/Education and Resources for Improving Childhood Continence/British Association of Pediatric Urology Joint Congress, for the Royal College of Physicians in London, England.  “Lori’s approach to scholarship is that differences do not provide impasses, but rather, opportunities …

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