Forest Hills Resident Recognized for Her Work in Nursing
Dr. Eileen Zungolo, dean of the Duquesne University School of Nursing, has been recognized by the National League for Nursing (NLN) for her work on a pioneering committee that established the Certified Nurse Education (CNE) credentials.
A resident of Forest Hills, Zungolo was honored at the NLN’s annual Education Summit for her outstanding leadership with the organization’s Certified Nurse Educator Program. CNE credentials, which were adopted by the NLN in 2009, establish nursing education as a special practice area and spotlight academic nurses who can serve as role models and leaders.
Zungolo has taught courses in professional development and essentials of professional nursing. Her areas of expertise include nursing education and nursing administration.
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