LOUISVILLE, Ky., September 24, 2021 / PRNewswire / – The Galen College of Nursing is pleased to announce Dr. John Lundeen EdD, IA, CNE, has been selected for the fifteenth class of fellows to be inducted into the prestigious National Nursing League Nursing training academy. Dr. Lundeen will join nineteen prominent nurse educators at the 2021 Convocation Induction Ceremony on saturday 25 september, during the NLN Education Summit 2021. The fellows represent a significant roster of leading nursing educators affiliated with top teaching hospitals, academic institutions, and other organizations committed to advancing the quality of healthcare in the United States and around the world.
As program director for the online Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) at Galen College of Nursing, Dr Lundeen leads the development and implementation of the MSN Nurse Educator stream. Drawing on his vast experience in nursing education, Dr Lundeen ensures that the Galen program prepares graduates to teach in academic settings through scientific research and leadership. Its goal is to help transform nursing education and development in clinical settings, as well as direct faculty support and development.
“Since joining Galen in 2019, John has been a tremendous asset to our online MSN program and we are delighted that his accomplishments and thought leadership are recognized by the NLN. Her unwavering commitment to the continued growth and professional development of nursing is present in everything. it affects our institution “, the CEO of Galen Marc Vogt noted. “This honor is reserved for some of the most esteemed nursing educators, and we are so proud that John is helping change the lives of our MSN students seeking professional advancement in nursing education and leadership. Well-deserved!”
Prior to his appointment to Galen, Dr Lundeen was Associate Professor and Nurse Coordinator of Simulation Anesthesia at the Ida Moffett School of Nursing in Samford University in Birmingham, Alabama, where he was a teacher for 11 years. TO SamfordDr. Lundeen has had the opportunity to teach in nursing undergraduate, master’s and doctoral programs. He has also taught in the DNP program and served as chair of the school’s faculty development committee and co-chair of the university’s ad hoc committee on faculty assessment.
In addition to his faculty role, Dr Lundeen has served nationally as Governor General on the Board of Governors of the National Nursing League (NLN) since 2014. Previously, he was a member of the Commission of CNE certification. and as Chairman of the CNE Test Development Committee. As a researcher, he has published articles on assessment and certification. More recently, Dr Lundeen wrote a chapter of the NLN’s Competencies of Clinical Nurse Educators: Creating Evidence-Based Practice for University Clinical Nurse Educators.
The Academy of Nursing Education promotes excellence in nursing education by recognizing the wisdom of outstanding nursing educators. In a competitive application process, the Academy of Nursing Review Board considers applicants’ contributions to innovative teaching and / or learning strategies; nursing education research; faculty development activities; academic leadership; promoting public policy initiatives that advance nursing education; and / or collaborative educational, practical or community partnerships. For more information visit NLN.org.
About Galen College of Nursing
Founded over 30 years ago, Galen College of Nursing is one of the largest private nursing schools United States. Focusing solely on nursing education, Galen offers masters, bachelor’s, associate, and practical / professional nursing programs to more than 8,000 students at its campuses in Louisville and Danger, KY.; San Antonio and Austin, Texas; Nashville, Tennessee; Tampa Bay and Miami, Florida.; Cincinnati, Ohio; and online. Galen is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC). Programmatic accreditation status for multiple Galen programs and national campuses can be found here.
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