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Schools of Nursing and Health Care Organization Named National League for Nursing Centers of Excellence for 2013-17; Ceremony at NLN Education Summit in Washington, DC
Date:7/22/2013

New York, NY (PRWEB) July 22, 2013

Nine schools of nursing, including three that have earned continuing designation in their respective categories of excellence, have been named NLN Centers of Excellence (COE) by the Board of Governors of the National League for Nursing, the league has announced. One health care organization, Norton Healthcare of Louisville, Kentucky, this year joins the ranks of COEs in a category the NLN created in 2012 to spotlight the critical role practice environments play in advancing excellence in nursing education. The selection is by competitive application reviewed by a panel of leaders in nursing education.

As in previous years, COEs will be formally recognized at the NLN's Annual Education Summit during the NLN Banquet. Deans and other top administrators, faculty, and health care executives will be gathered for the conference in Washington, DC from September 18-21; the ceremony, on Friday evening, September 20, follows the President's Reception.

In highlights from this selection cycle, two schools, Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore and Saint Xavier in Chicago, received continuing designations for "Creating Environments that Enhance Student Learning and Professional Development" - Saint Xavier for the third time, Johns Hopkins for the second. Villanova University, in Philadelphia, was for the second consecutive year designated a COE for "Creating Environments that Advance the Science of Nursing Education." Previously, Villanova received two consecutive designations in the category "Creating Environments that Promote Student Learning and Professional Development."

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