Kim Olzewski - past NEAOHN president - named 2020 Fellow by American Academy of Nursing
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Bloomsburg, Pa. -- The American Academy of Nursing has named Kimberly Ann Olzewski, a nursing department faculty member of Bloomsburg University, as a 2020 Fellow. She is one of 230 distinguished nurse leaders from around the globe and one of only 10 Pennsylvanians to join the 2020 class.
Olzewski and the rest of the inductees will be recognized for their contributions to health and healthcare at the Academy's virtual Transforming Health, Driving Policy Conference on October 29 through 31.
An associate professor of nursing, Olszewski holds the Breiner Family Endowed Professorship for Nursing at BU, a five-year presidential appointment she received in 2018. She serves as graduate program coordinator, and the nurse practitioner and doctorate in nursing practice program director.
Olszewski is an American Nurses Credentialing Center board-certified adult nurse practitioner and a Certified Occupational Health Nurse Specialist and Case Manager from the American Board of Occupational Health Nurses (AAOHN). In addition, she is the director of client and provider services and Nurse Practitioner at DISA Global Solutions Inc. (formerly Mid-State Occupational Health Services Inc.).
In 2007, she received a Fellowship distinction from the AAOHN. Olszewski also serves on the AAOHN board of directors as president-elect and previously served as president of the Northeast Association of Occupational Health Nurses and the Pennsylvania Association of Occupational Health Nurses. She has presented at the local, state, regional, and national levels of the association over the past 10 years on numerous topics, including DOT certification, marketing OHNs, fatigue management, healthy people 2020, social media integration, and diagnostic updates.
The Academy is currently comprised of more than 2,700 nursing leaders who are experts in policy, research, administration, practice, and academia who champion health and wellness, locally and globally.
Through a competitive, rigorous application process, a committee of elected Fellows review hundreds of applications and select new Fellows based on their contributions to advance the public’s health. Induction into the Academy is a significant milestone in a nurse leader’s career in which their accomplishments are honored by their colleagues within the profession. The newest Fellows represent 39 states, the District of Columbia, the U.S. territory of Guam, as well as 13 countries.