UAH's Lori Lioce named to The American Nurse editorial board

UAH's Lori Lioce named to The American Nurse editorial board

lioce-loriHuntsville, Ala. (June 19, 2013) —The University of Alabama in Huntsville (UAH) College of Nursing's Lori Lioce, clinical assistant professor of nursing (DNP, CRNP, FNP-BC, CHSE), has been selected to serve on the Editorial Advisory Board of The American Nurse, the official publication of the American Nurses Association.

The American Nurse (TAN) examines the top issues facing the American Nurses Association (ANA) member nurses, and reports on the organization's effort to advance nursing nationally. TAN also features ANA expert columnists examining important issues in the field of nursing, as well as updates on how the organization is working for members.

Lioce's clinical experience includes family nurse practitioner primary and emergency care, and healthcare simulation education. She holds professional certifications as a certified healthcare simulation educator, board certified family nurse practitioner (American Nurses Credentialing Center), basic life support healthcare provider, advanced cardiac life support provider, trauma nurse, and pediatric advanced life support provider. Lioce received her BSN, MSN, and post-masters certificate as a family nurse practitioner from UAH. Additionally, she earned a DNP from The Samford University Ida V. Moffet School of Nursing, and a certificate in simulation education from BryanLGH College of Health Science (Lincoln, Neb).

She was recently selected for induction as a Fellow of the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners. The purpose of the AANP Fellows Program is to impact national and global health by engaging recognized nurse practitioner leaders who make outstanding contributions to clinical practice, research, education or policy. Lioce's special achievements and honors include the 2012 Living Legacy Leadership Award from the Samford University Ida V. Moffett School of Nursing; the University of Alabama at Birmingham Geriatric Faculty Scholars Program; and the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners Alabama State Nurse Practitioner Excellence Advocate Award.

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