Our members are more likely to achieve leadership roles because of the strong collaborative relationships that they build through access to over 300 gerontological nursing leaders, and because of the potential for rapid development of their programs through access to cutting-edge best practices, leadership, and research in faculty and curriculum development.
Overseen by the Mentor Network Committee, this program provides information, guidance and support to those who are in the early stages of their careers.
Mentor program is now taking applications for mentors and mentees!
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The NHCGNE Innovation Award is designed to recognize and celebrate innovative programs and projects that highlight excellence in Gerontological Nursing. The Award will be granted to a member or team of NHCGNE members to showcase innovations designed and implemented that positively impact the nursing care of older adults. Nominations for the NHCGNE Innovation Award are submitted by self-nomination. Nominees must be a gerontological nurse from a member institution.
Daphne Cheung, PhD, RN, BN, MSc, FHKAN, APN, NMT-AAP, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Melissa Batchelor, PhD, RN-BC, FNP-BC, George Washington University
Fayron Epps, PhD, RN, Emory University
2020Staja Booker, PhD, RN, University of Florida
2019Ann-Rae Montano, PhD, RN-BC, University of Connecticut
2018Andrea Gilmore-Bykovskyi, PhD, RN, University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Nursing
2017Cathy A. Maxwell, PhD, BSN, MSN, Vanderbilt University School of Nursing
2016Sylvia Ting, Hong Kong Polytechnic University School of Nursing
2015Ingrid Pretzer-Aboff, PhD, RN, University of Delaware
Legacy Affiliates: Past Scholars and Fellows
NHCGNE is proud to have supported the following persons through our Patricia G. Archbold Scholar and the Claire M. Fagin Fellows award program, from 2015 – 2017.
These Scholars and Fellows are part of 249 NHCGNE Legacy Affiliates. Legacy Affiliates include all Scholars and Fellows, 2001-2015, that are a permanent part of the NHCGNE membership.
2015 – 2017 Cohort
Mary O. Whipple, University of Minnesota
Nancy Dudley, University of California San Francisco
Daniel Mick, Oregon Health & Science University
Scott Emory Moore, Clemson University
Darina Petrovsky, University of Pennsylvania
Tina Sadarangani, New York University
Ayasha Stewart, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
Kristin Cloyes, University of Utah
Andrea Gilmore-Bykovskyi, University of Wisconsin
Corey Nagel, Oregon Health & Science University
Marci Nilsen, University of Pittsburgh
Melissa O’Connor, Villanova University
Rachel Roiland, Middleton Memorial Veterans Hospital
Jenny Alderden, University of Utah
Julie Bidwell, Oregon Health & Science University
Staja Booker, University of Iowa
Glenna Brewster, University of South Florida
Quin Denfeld, Oregon Health & Science University
Shelli Feder, Yale University
Gerardo Flores, University of California, Los Angeles
Bryan Hansen, Johns Hopkins University
Hyejin Kim, University of Pennsylvania
Maichou Lor, University of Wisconsin
Fawn Cothran, Rush University
Fayron Epps, Our Lady of the Lake
Nikki Hill, Penn State University
Kari Lane, University of Missouri