Faculty

Glassman

Kimberly S Glassman

FAAN PhD RN

Associate Dean for Partnership Innovation
Chief Nursing Officer, NYU Langone Health

212-263-5753

530 First Avenue
New York, NY 10010
United States

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Professional overview

Kimberly S. Glassman, PhD, RN, NEA-BC, FAAN, is the senior vice president of patient care services and chief nursing officer at NYU Langone, and serves as the Associate Dean for Partnership Innovation at NYU Rory Meyers College of Nursing, where she teaches in the Nursing Administration Master’s Degree Program. Dr. Glassman joined the Medical Center as a clinical nurse in critical care, and has held many leadership positions in nursing over her career.   She has conducted research on the patient experience, and written chapters for textbooks and peer-reviewed journal articles. She co-authored the book Data Makes the Difference:  The Smart Nurse’s Handbook for Using Data to Improve Care.  Dr. Glassman is a reviewer for several journals, including Applied Nursing Research, Nursing Economics and Qualitative Health Research

Education
Diploma, 1976, Massachusetts General Hospital School of Nursing
BS, 1984, Hunter College of the City University of New York
MA, 1987, New York University College of Nursing
PhD, 2007, New York University College of Nursing
Specialties
Nursing education
Nursing administration
Policy
Publications

Developing and implementing a professional practice model.

Glassman, K.S. (2016). Nursing Science Quarterly. (29(4)). New York University, College of Nursing, NY, NY.

Beyond Super Storm Sandy – NYU Langone Medical Center Prepares for Future Hurricanes, Part 2.

Glassman, K.S. & Verbeek, M. (2015). International Association of Emergency Managers Bulletin, Volume 32, No. 4, April 2015, (12-14).

Data makes the difference: The smart nurse’s handbook for using data to improve care.

Glassman, K. S. & Rosenfeld, P. (2015). Silver Springs, MD: American Nurses Association.

Developing the advanced practice recruitment strategy at an academic medical center: The APRN pipeline.

Brillant, M. T., Glassman, K. & Press, R. (2015). Nurse Leader (13(2)).

Evaluating the short-and long-term outcomes of a post- BSN residency program: Findings of a retrospective study of nurse residents, 2005-2012.

Rosenfeld, P. & Glassman, K. (2015). Journal of Nursing Administration. (45(6)).

Superstorm Sandy impacts NYU Langone Medical Center, Part 1.

Glassman, K. S. & Verbeek, M. (2015). International Association of Emergency Managers Bulletin (32,3, 12-16).

The evacuation of NYU Langone Medical Center during Hurricane Sandy: Lessons learned.

Glassman, K. S. (2014). Case studies in public health preparedness. Sudbury, MA: Jones and Bartlett Learning..

A narrative of the attending nurse model implementation.

Fulmer, T., Glassman K, Cathcart E., Budin, W., & VanDevanter, N. (2013). Journal of Nursing Education and Practice (4, 3).

Developing a leadership laboratory for nurse managers based on lived experience: A participatory action research model for leadership development.

Mackoff, B. L., Glassman, K.S., Budin, W. (2013). Journal of Nursing Administration (43, 447-454).

The attending nurse: An evolving model for integrating nursing education and practice.

Fulmer, T., Glassman K, & Cathcart E. (2011). The Open Nursing Journal (5, 9-13).

Care Paths

Glassman, K. & Valentino, L. (2008). The encyclopedia of elder care: The comprehensive resource on geriatric and social care. New York: Springer Publishing Company..

Managing medications: Myths and strategies

Glassman, K. S. (2008). The Psychosocial & Nursing Advisory Board to the New Jersey Commission on Cancer Research, The Research Connection (3, 2-4).

The long term effects of a nurse residency program, 2005 - 2012: Analysis of former nurse residents.

Rosenfeld, P. & Glassman, K. (2005). Journal of Nursing Administration (46(6)).
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