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Nadia Sultana

Clinical Assistant Professor
Program Director, Nursing Informatics

1 212 992 7076

433 First Avenue
Room 414
New York, NY 10010
United States

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Professional overview

Doctor Nadia Sultana, Clinical Assistant Professor and Program Coordinator, Nursing Informatics Master's And Advanced Certificate Programs at the NYU College of Nursing. Before joining the NYU College of Nursing as the Program Coordinator, she was an adjunct professor in the NYU NI Program and she worked in information technology department in both the private and public sector. She held several senior roles at the New York City Health and Hospitals Corporation. Early in her career, as a member of the McAuto Systems group, she was on the systems development team for the Medicaid Managed Care Arizona pilot program. She has more that twenty-five years experience developing, implementing and supporting financial and clinical information systems in a variety of health care delivery settings including Correctional Health.


DNP(2013) - MGH Institute of Health Professions
Post Master's Courses(1994) - Brookdale Center/Hunter College
Certificate, EDP Auditing(1986) - NYU School of Continuing Education
MBA, Healthcare Administration(1980) - St. John’s University
BSN(1974) - Hunter College/Bellevue School of Nursing

Honors and awards

Preceptor Award, New York University, The Steinhardt School of Education Division of Nursing, Nursing Informatics (2002)



Professional membership

American Medical Informatics Association
American Nurses Association
Health Information Systems Society
Sigma Theta Tau, Upsilon and Upsilon Lamda Chapters



Interprofessional Development of a Livestream Simulation Activity to Enhance an Undergraduate Nursing Research Course

Lanier, Y., Bryant, K., Budin, W. C., Marsaglia, M., Resto, D., Genee, J., Birk, K., Sultana, N., Carumba, R., & Jaravata, J. A. (2019). Nursing Education Perspectives, 40(1), 50-52. 10.1097/01.NEP.0000000000000432
The article describes the development, implementation, and evaluation of an interactive simulation activity to enhance student engagement and comprehension of evidence-based practice principles. An interprofessional team of nurse educators, simulation experts, information technology specialists, and nursing informatics graduate students collaborated on the simulation design. The results of this project support the need to develop innovative learning strategies to facilitate nursing students' understanding of the relevance of evidence-based practice research to improve patient outcomes.