Welcome to the Phi Nu Chapter at Walden University!

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Philanthropic Spirit

 The following members contributed to the STTI Foundation during the past 12 months.  We would like to recognize them for helping to support nursing through research, leadership, membership subsidies and STTI emerging initiatives.

  • Anderson-Walters, Constance
  • Barancho, Allison
  • Cardoza, Karen B.
  • Chua, Merlyn
  • Genelly, Nicola Ann
  • Gottman, Candice R. 
  • Miller, Sheri L.
  • Martinez-Conrardy, Christina
  • Palmieri, Patrick
  • Pryby, Felicia K.
  • Reyes, Minette
  • Smith, Angela Renee
  • Smith, Edna Mae
  • Taylor, Marissa T.
  • Taylor, Cheryl Renee
  • Thiei, Sharon F.
  • Umeh, Dorothy Chinelo
  • Wallace-Gross, Nina
  • Washington, Lavina

Chapter News

  • Register Now! Thursday Nov 10th Webinar

    Three of our Phi Nu members will be presenting their work in our webinar. The full abstracts are posted in Discussion. One free CE will be provided by Walden and attendance is limited!

    Meredith Ximines-Mullings RN, MSN, CEN -Achieving excellent patient satisfaction scores in the Emergency Department: tried, tested and proven

    Darcy Duncan, MSN, RN, CPN - The LPN Pilot Project and a Collaborative Nursing Model

    Joanne K Adams, DNP, RN, CNOR - Use of BMI to Assist Perioperative Nurses

  • Rising Star!

    Bridget Denzik, DNP, MSN, RN, NEA-BC has been a nurse for 26 years. As a high school dropout, she promised her mother she would, at minimum, get her General Education Diploma. At the age of 18 she did just that and was happy to let her mom know she had successfully passed the exam. As life moved on, she married, moved to California with her military spouse, and had two children.
    Her next step was to become a nursing assistant. Bridget loved caring for others and decided to become a psychiatric technician. It was during the medical-surgical clinical rotation at Napa Valley College for the psychiatric technician program that she decided to switch tracks and enter the Associate Degree Nursing Program. Bridget graduated and began her dream of being as nurse. Bridget had severe asthma as a child and the nurses that cared for her left a lasting impact. But her dream did not stop there.
    Bridget worked in many different roles as a nurse in California and South Carolina (as she relocated with her spouse). Bridget’s career as a nurse progressed from a staff nurse in medical-surgical and telemetry to charge nurse, nursing supervisor, manager, director, critical care nurse, associate chief nursing officer, interim chief nursing officer and to chief nursing officer where she is today.
    Bridget completed her MSN at the Medical University of South Carolina and continued to work full-time as a nurse. She desired to return to school to obtain her doctorate in nursing and successfully met this goal by graduating in May of 2016 while still working fulltime as a chief nursing officer. What motivated Bridget to keep moving forward was a strong desire to make a difference- a difference not just for patients but for staff and physicians too. Her DNP project Bedside Nurse Recognition of Delirium in the Medical-Surgical Setting was one that could impact not only patients, but caregivers, and society as well.
    Bridget recently presented her work on our new webinar symposia series Inspiring Scholarship and Social Change. She will be attending the STTI Leadership Connection: Influencing Change Through Leadership in Indianapolis, Indiana mid September with a Rising Star grant from STTI. Bridget is ecstatic about being able to showcase her work which may help others to not only understand delirium but to become motivated to make a positive social change.

  • Spring 2016 News letter

    Please review the latest newsletter and review candidates statement for bios of the candidates!

  • New Phi Nu Email Addresses Updated 5/1/2015

    We have created role based email addresses for Phi Nu leadership instead of using personal emails. Here is the short list - full list of committee etc is posted in Resources section.

  • New Facebook site for Phi Nu

    We have just moved our Facebook site - please come "Like" us. This is a better way for non-members to learn about our chapter.

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