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NPIAP Members Announced as Inductees for The American Academy of Nursing 2020 Class of Fellows

Monday, August 10, 2020   (1 Comments)
Posted by: Emily Clifford
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NPIAP Members Announced as Inductees for The American Academy of Nursing 2020 Class of Fellows

The American Academy of Nursing (Academy) announced it has selected 230 distinguished nurse leaders to join the 2020 Class of Fellows.

NPIAP offers congratulations to Board Members Jill Cox and Barbara Delmore, as well as Alumni Council member Catherine Ratliff. They have all been selected and will be inducted to the Academy 2020 Class of Fellows!

Jill Cox, PhD, RN, APN-c, CWOCN

Rutgers University

Barbara Delmore, PhD, RN, CWCN, MAPWCA, IIWCC-NYU

NYU Langone Health

Catherine Ratliff, PhD, GNP-BC, CWOCN, CFCN

University of Virginia Health System

The Academy is currently comprised of more than 2,700 nursing leaders who are experts in policy, research, administration, practice, and academia that champion health and wellness, locally and globally. Through a competitive, rigorous application process, a committee of elected Fellows review hundreds of applications and select new Fellows based on their contributions to advance the public’s health. Induction into the Academy is a significant milestone in a nurse leader’s career in which their accomplishments are honored by their colleagues within the profession.

Read the Academy's full statement here! 


Michelle Deppisch says...
Posted Wednesday, August 12, 2020
Congratulations to each of you! Thank you for your dedication to the nursing profession and your work to expand the science of nursing for improved delivery of patient care globally. A well-deserved honor and recognition of excellence.