SALT LAKE CITY, July 19, 2021 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- Osmosis, a leading health education platform that empowers millions of clinicians and caregivers with the best learning experience possible, is pleased to announce the launch of its new Nursing Advisory Board. The Board will convene for the first time on August 4, 2021.
The diverse board consists of deans, program directors, and professors from public and private nursing institutions across the country.
"We could not be more excited about the formation of the nursing advisory board at Osmosis. We are confident that this impressive group of nursing leaders will provide Osmosis with invaluable input and perspective as we continue our intensive focus on providing outstanding support to nursing students and professionals," said Jannah Amiel, Director of Nursing Curriculum at Osmosis and Co-chair of the Nursing Advisory Board.
"We are particularly eager to engage with the advisory board on timely issues such as diversity, equity and inclusion, different learning styles, and nursing resilience," added Sharon Goldfarb, Associate Clinical Professor, Family Health Care Nursing at University of California - San Francisco School of Nursing and Co-Chair of the Nursing Advisory Board.
The Nursing Advisory Board will:
- provide insights and guidance on trends in healthcare, nursing education, and culturally responsive medical training;
- review current product development efforts and product functionality to ensure a best-in-class student and faculty experience; and
- advise Osmosis team members on best practices in nursing education both within schools and in workforce education and organizations.
Osmosis uses evidence-based education principles and best practices in e-learning and design to ensure that students achieve outstanding outcomes in the classroom, on certification exams, and throughout their professional lives.
"At Osmosis, we believe every nursing student has vast potential for a bright future," said Derek Apanovitch, Chief Operating Officer of Osmosis. "Our health education platform helps to ensure that nursing students can be successful and a force for good in healthcare and the broader community."
Members of the Nursing Advisory Board include:
Sharon Goldfarb, DNP, RN, FNP-BC: Associate Clinical Professor, Family Health Care Nursing at University of California San Francisco School of Nursing; Western Regional Director at Organization of Associate Degree Nursing; Advisor at HealthImpact (California Nursing Policy and Workforce Center) and Osmosis
Jannah Amiel, MS, BSN, RN: Director of Nursing Curriculum at Osmosis
Susan Brillhart, PhD, MSN, BSN, RN: RN-BS Program Coordinator at The College of Staten Island/CUNY
Melissa Burdi, DNP, MS, RN, LSSGB: Dean and Vice President at Purdue University Global School of Nursing
Emerson Ea, PhD, DNP, APRN, FAAN: Associate Dean, Clinical and Adjunct Faculty Affairs at New York University Rory Meyers College of Nursing
Selena Gilles, DNP, ANP-BD, CNEcl, FNYAM: Associate Dean, Undergraduate Program at New York University Rory Meyers College of Nursing
Britt Schloemer, DNP, MSN, APRN, CPNP: Assistant Professor at Bellarmine University
Charles Smith, PhD, RN: Dean of Health Sciences and Professor of Nursing at Rappahannock Community College
Monica Sousa, EdD, ACNS-BC, APRN: Professor at Western Connecticut State University
Georgianne Summer, DNP, BSN, AGACNP: Consultant at Resurrection University School of Nursing
Patricia Sutton, EdD, MS, RN: Assistant Professor at Mercy College
Hillory Thorpe, MSN, MHA, RN: Dean of Nursing at Swedish Institute College of Health Sciences
Dorothy Tu, MHA: Assistant Dean at University of California Irvine Sue & Bill Gross School of Nursing
Kathleen Winston, PhD, MSN, BSN: Dean, College of Nursing at University of Phoenix
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Shiv Gaglani, Osmosis.org, +1 8108414362, [email protected]
Michele Zeiser, Osmosis, 8108414362, [email protected]