Using Data to Drive Practice: The Power of Nursing

The second Nursing Leadership Lecture Series, featuring three prestigious nurse leaders who will examine leadership practices in an evolving health care environment is set to launch in April.  Dr. Kimberly Glassman is the 2nd speaker lined up in this series.

“This is a pivotal opportunity for our community to help cultivate and prepare nurse leaders,” said Janie Heath, dean of the UK College of Nursing. “We are honored to welcome each speaker and to learn from her expertise in the field.”

The Nursing Leadership Lecture Series is free, open to the public and will be followed with a reception:

Dr. Glassman has held several leadership positions at the NYU medical center since first joining in 1978 as a senior staff nurse in critical care. She also serves as the chair for the NYU College of Nursing Board of Advisors and has held an adjunct faculty appointment at the College since 2007. Dr. Glassman received her RN diploma from the Massachusetts General Hospital School of Nursing and her BSN from Hunter College. She holds a master’s in nursing administration and a doctorate in theory and research development from the NYU College of Nursing. She is a 2008 graduate of the Johnson & Johnson Wharton Fellows Program in Management for Nurse Executives at the University of Pennsylvania, a 2011 Robert Wood Johnson Nurse Executive Fellow, and a Fellow in the New York Academy of Medicine. She was recently elected as president of the Greater New York, Nassau, Suffolk Organization of Nurse Executives. In 2014, she was named associate dean for partnership innovation at the College.