USF Nursing PhD student receives Johns Hopkins Shining Star Award
USF Nursing PhD student, Genieveve Cline, DNP, RN, recently received the 2014 Johns Hopkins Nursing Shining Star Award.
Dr. Cline, who is an advanced practice research education specialist for the department of clinical education and research at All Children’s Hospital, received the coveted award for her excellence in nursing research and leadership. All Children’s Hospital is a member of Johns Hopkins Medicine.
Dr. Cline, whose research focuses on infants with Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome, has helped establish the nursing research program at All Children’s Hospital to promote research and evidence-based practice across the organization. She has also developed and implemented a wide range of programs and courses to educate staff and support nursing research.
Dr. Cline has been a nurse for more than 35 years. She received her Doctorate of Nursing Practice (DNP) from USF in 2009. She is currently working on her PhD in nursing at USF. She expects to complete her second doctorate degree in 2017.
The Shining Star program recognizes outstanding nurses and nursing students from the Hopkins member hospitals and the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing. Dr. Cline received her award during “An Evening with the Stars” celebration at the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing in Baltimore, MA.
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