Fidelindo A. Lim,
726 Broadway, 10th FloorNew York, NY 10003
Areas of Specialization
Baccalaureate Nursing Education, Acute Med-Surg, Critical Care and Staff Development
MSN, 1996, New York University
BSN, 1987, Far Eastern University
Mr. Lim has worked for 18 years as a critical care nurse and since 1996, simultaneously as a clinical faculty. As the faculty liaison to various student groups (UNSO, Asian Pacific-Islander, Men Entering Nursing and the LGBTQ) he provided support to student-led initiatives towards the fulfillment of the essentials of baccalaureate nursing education. His work as a Nurse Educator in a community hospital focuses on providing sustainable educational support for all staff nurses. He is particularly interested in bridging the gap in nurse engagement, inter-professional collaboration and civility in the workplace.
Honors and Awards
2013, National League for Nursing – Nursing Education Foundation Scholarship Award
2013, President’s Service Award, Asian Pacific Islander Nursing Students Association, Founder and Faculty Advisor, New York University
2012, Student Advocate Award, New York University - College of Nursing, Undergraduate Nursing Student Organization
2012, Service Award – Fifteen Years’ Service, New York University
2012, Nurse Educator of the Year, Philippine Nurses Association of New York, Inc.
2012, President’s Service Award, LGBTQ F.A.N.S.S., Founder and Faculty Advisor, New York University - College of Nursing
2010, Best Story Teller Award, Undergraduate Nursing Student Organization
2009, 2008, 2006, 2001, Keynote speaker for the NYU College of Nursing Pinning Ceremonies
2000, Adjunct Faculty Award, New York University College of Nursing
1987, Nursing Leadership Award, Institute of Nursing, Far Eastern University Manila, Philippines
RN, New York
American Association of Critical-Care Nurses
American Nurses Association
Gay and Lesbian Medical Association (GLMA)
National League for Nursing and Philippines Nurses Association
Clinical Practice / Clinical Interests
Acute Medical-surgical Nursing
(2012). Transitional Care . In M. Boltz, E. Capezuti, T. Fulmer, & D. Zwicker (Eds.), Evidence-based geriatric nursing protocols for best practice (4th ed.), (pp. 682-702). New York: Springer.
(2012). Wake up to better PowerPoint presentations. Nursing, 42, 46-48. 10.1097/01.NURSE.0000410307.71907.e9.
(2011). Essential tips for first-year nurses. Minority Nurse, Summer, 40-41.
(2011). Nurse, what are you in it for? Reflections of a nurse-teacher. Minority Nurse, Winter, 42-43.
(2011). Questioning: A teaching strategy to foster clinical thinking and reasoning. Nurse Educator, 36, 52-53. 10.1097/NNE.0b013e31820b4dd8.
(2011). Why Florence Nightingale still matters. Nursing2011 Critical Care, 6, 48. 10.1097/01.CCN.0000396676.93928.e1.
(2010). Florence Nightingale: Bring her back to the syllabus. American Association for the History of Nursing Bulletin, 101, 9.
(2010). I simulate, therefore I am nursed. American Journal of Nursing, 110, 72. 10.1097/01.NAJ.0000388271.57875.55.
(2010). What nurses need to know about antibiotic resistance. Minority Nurse, Spring, 12-14.
(2009). The little things we do. American Nurse Today, 4, 40.
(2006). Diagnosis: Benign paroxysmal homesickness: Reflections of a former registered alien nurse. American Journal of Nursing, 106, 52.