- Professional overview
Fidel Lim has worked as a critical care nurse for 18 years and concurrently, since 1996, has been a faculty member at New York University Rory Meyers College of Nursing. As the faculty advisor to various student groups (Undergraduate Nursing Student Organization, Asian Pacific-Islander Nursing Students Association, Men Entering Nursing, and the LGBT group) he has, among other things, fostered salience in nursing education through high-quality extra-curricular programming. His work as a Nurse Educator in a Magnet-designated hospital provides sustainable staff-focused educational support. He is particularly interested in bridging gaps in nurse engagement and practice excellence. Dr. Lim has published articles on an array of topics ranging from clinical practice, nursing education issues, LGBT health disparities, reflective practice, men in nursing, and Florence Nightingale among others.
DNP - Northeastern UniversityMA - New York UniversityBSN - Far Eastern University, Manila, Philippines
- Honors and awards
Distinguished Clinical Nursing Faculty Award - NYU, College of Nursing - Undergraduate Nursing Students Association; (2015)Baccalaureate Faculty Excellence Award - NYU, College of Nursing Students Association; (2014)Nursing Education Foundation Scholarship Award, National League for Nursing; (2013)Nurse Educator of the Year, Philippine Nurses Association of New York, Inc. (2013)
- Professional membership
American Nurses Association New York;American Association of Critical Care Nurses;American Assembly for Men in Nursing:New York City Men in Nursing;Philippine Nurses Association of New York;National League for Nursing (NLN);Gay and Lesbian Medical Association;Honor Society of Nursing, Sigma Theta Tau International
General Surgical Care of the Older Adult.Slater, L. & Lim, F. A. (2016). Evidence-based geriatric nursing protocols for best practice (5th ed.) (pp. 557-587). New York: Springer.
Perioperative Care of the Older Adult.Lim, F. A., & Slater, L (2016). Evidence-based geriatric nursing protocols for best practice (5th ed.) (pp. 535-555). New York: Springer.
The will to live and living well.Lim, F. A. & O’Leary, J (2016). American Nurse Today (11(7)).
Synthetic cannabinoid poisoning: A growing health concern.Phillips, J., Lim, F., & Hsu, R. (2016). Nursing 46, (34-41). 10.1097/01.NURSE.0000502753.33570.52
Transitional Care.Lim, F. A., Foust, J., & Van Cleave, J (2016). Evidence-based geriatric nursing protocols for best practice (5th ed.) (pp. 631-648). New York: Springer.
Caring for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Older AdultsLim, F. A., Pace, J. C., Bailey, K., & Jones, H. (2013). American Nurse Today 8, American Nurse Today.
Discharge PlanningLim, F. A., & Hu, S. (2013). Discharge Planning Discharge Planning Springer Publishing Company.
Florence Nightingale: a pioneer of self-reflection.Lim, F. A., & Shi, T. (2013). Nursing 43, (1-3). 10.1097/01.NURSE.0000428713.27120.d2
Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender health: fundamentals for nursing education.Lim, F. A., Brown, D. V., Jr, & Jones, H. (2013). The Journal of nursing education 52, (198-203). 10.3928/01484834-20130311-02
As the health care needs of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) population become increasingly important, health care professionals require appropriate academic and clinical training in preparation for the increased demand for culturally competent care. Nurses are of particular interest, as they are the core direct caregivers in many health care settings. This article explores the national climate around LGBT individuals and their related health needs. Educators and administrators who work with future nurses should strive to ensure they foster the development of knowledgeable practitioners who will be able to implement best practices in LGBT patient care. Attention should be paid to providing students with diverse clinical placements, access to LGBT interest groups, and clear expectations for LGBT-sensitive nursing care plans and course outcomes selection that promote cultural competence. Recommendations for nursing education and curricular reform are discussed.
Physical and mental health needs of LGBT older adultsLim, F. A. &, Dorsen, C (2013). Physical and mental health needs of LGBT older adults Physical and mental health needs of LGBT older adults Springer Publishing Company.
The nurse in the man: lifting up nursing or lifting himself?Lim, F. A., & Sanchez-Vera, L. (2013). Nursing management 44, (12-4). 10.1097/01.NUMA.0000430409.96077.e6
Transitional CareLim, F. A. (2013). Transitional Care Transitional Care Springer Publishing Company.
Why Florence Nightingale still mattersLim, F. (2013). Nursing Critical Care 6, (48). 10.1097/01.ccn.0000396676.93928.e1 Ovid Technologies (Wolters Kluwer Health).
Eye of the beholder: grand rounds at the museumLim, F. A. (2012). American Nurse Today 7, (44-45). American Nurse Today.
Quick tips for nurse educators.Lim, F. A. (2012). Nursing management 43, (40-3). 10.1097/01.NUMA.0000414884.50331.33
Transitional CareLim, F., Foust, J., & Van Cleave, J. (2012). In M. Boltz, E. Capezuti, T. Fulmer, & D. Zwicker, Evidence-based geriatric nursing protocols for best practice Evidence-based geriatric nursing protocols for best practice (4th ed.) (682-702). Springer Publishing Company.
Wake up to better PowerPoint presentations.Lim, F. A. (2012). Nursing 42, (46-8). 10.1097/01.NURSE.0000410307.71907.e9
Essential tips for first-year nursesLim, F.A. (2011). Minority Nurse (40-41). Minority Nurse.
Nurse, what are you in it for? Reflections of a nurse-teacherLim, F.A. (2011). Minority Nurse (42-43). Minority Nurse.
Florence Nightingale: Bring her back to the syllabusLim, F.A. (2010). American Association for the History of Nursing Bulletin (9). American Association for the History of Nursing Bulletin.
I simulate, therefore I am nursed.Lim, F. A. (2010). The American journal of nursing 110, (72). 10.1097/01.NAJ.0000388271.57875.55
What nurses need to know about antibiotic resistanceLim, F.A. (2010). Minority Nurse (12-14). Minority Nurse.
The little things we doLim, F.A. (2009). American Nurse Today 4, (40). American Nurse Today.
Diagnosis: Benign paroxysmal homesickness: Reflections of a former registered alien nurseLim, F.A. (2006). American Journal of Nursing 106, (52). American Journal of Nursing.
Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender health: disparities we can change.Lim, F. Nurse educator 38, (92-3). 10.1097/NNE.0b013e31828dc221
Questioning: a teaching strategy to foster clinical thinking and reasoning.Lim, F. A. Nurse educator 36, (52-3). 10.1097/NNE.0b013e31820b4dd8