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Kimberly S Glassman


Clinical Professor
Associate Dean for Partnership Innovation

1 212 992 5948

433 First Avenue
Room 604
New York, NY 10010
United States

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Professional overview

Kimberly Glassman is a clinical Professor at NYU Rory Meyers College of Nursing. Her research interests include integrative health, the nurses’ role in fostering health promotion, clinical program evaluation, and new graduate nurse transitions to practice. She is a reviewer for several journals, including Applied Nursing Research, Nursing Economics, and Qualitative Health Research. She also serves on the advisory board for EBSCO Health, the NYU Meyers Dean’s Council, and the Pacific College of Oriental Medicine’s RN to BSN program. She holds an endowed position as Lerner Director for Health Promotion at NYU Langone Health. She co-authored the book Data Makes the Difference: The Smart Nurse’s Handbook for Using Data to Improve Care published by the American Nurses Association. 

Glassman is the former president of the New York Organization of Nurse Executives and Leaders and was the representative of the Nursing Alliance for Quality Care to the National Quality Forum Measures Application Partnership (MAP) Hospital Workgroup that advises performance metrics to CMS (20162018).   

Prior to joining the faculty at NYU Meyers, Glassman held various clinical and leadership positions at NYU Langone Health, where she served as the senior vice president of patient care services and chief nursing officer for ten years.

Glassman was honored in 2019 as an inaugural fellow for the American Organization of Nurse Leaders. She is a Robert Wood Johnson Nurse Executive Fellow, a Fellow in the New York Academy of Medicine, and a Fellow in the American Academy of Nursing.

Glassman received her PhD in 2007 and MA in 1987 from New York University College of Nursing and her BSN from Hunter College. She completed a Johnson & Johnson Wharton Fellowship in Management for Nurse Executives at the University of Pennsylvania.


PhD - New York University College of Nursing (2007)
MA - New York University College of Nursing (1987)
BS - Hunter College of the City University of New York (1984)
Diploma - Massachusetts General Hospital School of Nursing (1976)


Nursing education
Nursing administration



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