Issn Print: 1932-8087
Publication Date: 2017/09/01
Margaret's Story: What Happens When All the Tools Are in Place and No One Uses Them?
Kevin P. Browne; Lynn S. Muller
Author Information: has been a nurse for 30 years. He is a member of the Executive Nursing Leadership Team at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center (MSKCC) in New York City, where he is the Deputy Chief Nursing Officer and is responsible for the integration of practice, quality, and education for more than 3,000 Registered Nurses. Prior to his current position, Kevin was the Director, Critical Care and Pediatric Nursing Services MSKCC; Nurse Leader, Cardiac Surgical Services Maimonides Medical Center (MMC); Cardiothoracic Clinical Nurse Specialist, MMC; Critical Care Educator, New York Hospital (NYH); and Staff Nurse, Cardiothoracic Surgical Recovery NYH. Kevin achieved a BSN from the State University of New York Downstate Medical Center School of Nursing in 1987 and an MSN from Columbia University School of Nursing in 1992. He is a licensed Clinical Nurse Specialist in New York State and is currently a Doctor of Nursing Practice degree candidate at Saint Peter's University. Kevin is certified by the American Association of Critical Care Nurses. He is the President of the Local NYC chapter of Men in Nursing and resides in Brooklyn with his two children.
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