Sacred Heart University’s nursing program was ranked third in the state according to RegisteredNursing.Org. Nursing schools were ranked by analyzing NCLEX-RN pass rates.
Sacred Heart University College of Nursing professors Susan DeNisco, Susan Goncalves and Sherylyn Watson contributed chapters for a newly published textbook, Leadership and Management Competence in Nursing Practice. The book’s editor, Audrey Marie Beauvais, is a nursing professor who earned her MSN and MBA degrees at SHU. DeNisco and Watson wrote chapters “Handling Stress in the Workplace” and “Effective Communication in Leadership and Management Roles,” respectively, while Goncalves’ contributed both “Accountability and Delegation” and “Contributing to the Profession: Our Responsibility as a Professional Nurse.”
Sacred Heart University College of Nursing Professors Linda Cook and Joslin Leasca recently had their work published in the new textbook, Essential Knowledge for CNL and APRN Nurse Leaders, edited by Cynthia R. King, Sally Gerard and Carla Gene Rapp. The book aims to address the roles of clinical nurse leaders (CNLs) and advanced practice registered nurses (APRNs) within the wider scope of nursing leadership.