Emerson E. Ea,
DNP, RN, BC
Clinical Associate Professor
433 First Ave Room 432New York, NY 10010
Areas of Specialization
Med-Surg Nursing, emergency nursing, nursing education
DNP, 2007, Case Western Reserve University
MS, 1999, Long Island University-Brooklyn Campus
BSN, 1992, University of St La Salle-Bacolod, Philippines
Dr. Emerson Ea is Clinical Associate Professor and Director of Undergraduate Program at New York University College of Nursing. He is certified in nursing education. Dr. Ea obtained his Bachelor of Science in Nursing from University of St. La Salle, Bacolod City, Philippines, Master’s of Science specializing in Adult Health from Long Island University, Brooklyn Campus, and his Doctor of Nursing Practice from Case Western Reserve University. He is currently a PhD candidate at Duquesne University School of Nursing.
Honors and Awards
2014 PhD Jonas Nurse Leader Scholar
2014 American Academy of Nursing Jonas Policy Fellow
2011 Distinguished Faculty Award, Undergraduate Student Nurses Association, New York University College of Nursing
2010 Selected Participant, QSEN Consortium Institute, American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN)
2008 Grant Participant and Scholarship Recipient, Certificate in Distance Education Program (CDEP), Thomas Edison State College
2007 Selected as one of the 25 Nurse Scientist Researcher Mentee, National Council of Ethnic Minority Nurses Associations (NCEMNA)
2007 Nurse Service Award, Emergency Department, Metropolitan Hospital Center, New York City Health and Hospital Corporation
200 -Chosen as one of the 50 notable alumni of Long Island University School of Nursing, Brooklyn, NY
Adult Health NP, NY
National Coalition of Ethnic Minority Nurses Association (NCEMNA)
National League for Nursing (NLN)
Philippine Nurses Association (PNA)
Sigma Theta Tau Honor Society Alpha Mu (CWRU) and Upsilon (NYU)
Transcultural Nursing Society (TCNS)
Clinical Practice / Clinical Interests
Adult Health/Geriatric Nursing, Nursing Education/Research
(2012). Attaining baccalaureate competencies for nursing care of older adults through curriculum innovation. Nursing Education Perspectives, 33, 187-190. 10.5480/1536-5026-33.3.187.
(2011). 201 Careers in Nursing. New York: Springer.
(2011). Acculturation. In J. J. Fitzpatrick, & M.W. Kazer (Eds.), Encyclopedia of nursing research (3rd ed.), (pp. 1-2). New York: Springer.
(2011). Is nursing education considered an advanced practice role? Point/counterpoint: Support for nursing education as an APN role. Journal for Nurse Practitioners, 7, 370-371. 10.1016/j.nurpra.2011.03.028.
(2010). Acculturation among immigrant nurses in Israel and the United States of America. International Nursing Review, 57, 443-448. 10.1111/j.1466-7657.2010.00812.x.
(2008). Job satisfaction and acculturation among Filipino registered nurses. Journal of Nursing Scholarship, 40, 46-51. 10.1111/j.1547-5069.2007.00205.x.
(2007). Facilitating acculturation of foreign-educated nurses. Online Journal of Issues in Nursing, 13, 1. 10.3912/OJIN.Vol13No01PPT03.
(2006). Integrating disaster preparedness into a community health nursing course: One school's experience. Disaster Management and Response, 4, 72-76. 10.1016/j.dmr.2006.03.001.