Academic Leadership Development: The Experienced Nurse Faculty Leadership Academy (ENFLA) Cohort III Outcomes
Carol J. Huston, DPA, MSN, RN, FAAN, California State University – Chico School of Nursing, Professor Emerita, Chico, California, USA; Julie B. Meaux, PhD, RN, CNE, FNAP, University of Central Arkansas School of Nursing, Professor, Conway, Arkansas, USA; Laly Joseph, DVM, DNP, CNE, RN-C, MSN, ARNP, ANP-BC, Philips School of Nursing @ Mount Sinai Beth Israel, Senior Associate Dean & Professor, New York, New York, USA; Abigail S. Rea, MSN, Mount Saint Mary's University, Assistant Professor, Los Angeles, California, USA; Catherine Wilson Cox, PhD, RN, CEN, CNE, School of Nursing, George Washington University, Accelerated Bachelor of Science (ABSN) in Nursing Program, Associate Professor, Ashburn, Virginia, USA; Debra M. Stark, PhD, MSN, RN, CNE, Methodist College, Nursing, Chair of the Undergraduate Nursing Program, Associate Professor, Peoria, Illinois, USA; Gayle J. Kipnis, PhD, MSN, RNC-OB, AHN-BC, California State University, Chico, School of Nursing, Associate Professor,Chico, California, USA; Lisa S. Lewis, EdD, MSN, RN, CNE, Duke University School of Nursing, Assistant Professor, Durham, North Carolina, USA; Michael Joseph Diño, PhD, MAN, RN, LPT, Our Lady of Fatima University Research Development and Innovation Center, Director, Marulas, Valenzuela City, Philippines; Michelle M. Kelly, PhD, CRNP, Villanova University, M. Louise Fitzpatrick College of Nursing, Assistant Professor, Villanova University, Pennsylvania, USA
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