Daniel Sheridan, PhD, RN, and Miyong Kim, PhD, RN, have been elected Fellows in the American Academy of Nursing. Leslie Mancuso, PhD, RN, CEO of JHPIEGO has also been elected to the Academy.
August 3, 2004 – Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing faculty members Miyong Kim, PhD, RN, and Daniel Sheridan, PhD, RN, have been elected Fellows in the American Academy of Nursing.
Dr. Kim is an associate professor whose research expertise lies in ethnic minority and immigrant health, particularly that of Korean Americans. She is also a Fellow of the American Heart Association and the Council on Cardiovascular and serves as co-editor of Health Power, a national minority health news website.
Dr. Sheridan is an assistant professor who leads the school’s Clinical Nurse Specialist Forensic Nursing Focus. He is also a forensic clinical nurse specialist at the Johns Hopkins Hospital and president elect of the International Association of Forensic Nurses.
Also elected to the Academy this year is Leslie Mancuso, PhD, RN, CEO of JHPIEGO, a non-profit international health organization affiliated with Johns Hopkins University.
The American Academy of Nursing is an organization of leaders in nursing who have been recognized by their peers for their outstanding contributions to the profession and to health care. Drs. Kim, Sheridan, and Mancuso will be formally inducted into the Academy during its annual meeting and conference in November in Washington, D.C.