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Kris-Angelo Natividad

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My name is Kris-Angelo Natividad, Doctor of Nursing Practice student at Hunter College of the City University of New York (CUNY). One of my interests is in improving heart failure outcomes and management with the goal of reducing 30-day readmission rates. This is performed through utilization of a multidisciplinary approach, risk stratification tools, evidence based management and improved discharge process. I completed my bachelor’s degree in nursing at the Long Island University’s (LIU) Brooklyn campus in 2006 and my master’s degree as a nurse practitioner at Hunter College of CUNY in 2012. My professional career includes student nurse externships in cardiology and cardiothoracic surgery, six years as a registered nurse in the cardiothoracic surgery intensive care unit and four years as a cardiothoracic surgery nurse practitioner at Lenox Hill Hospital. For over a year, I have been working as a nurse practitioner and discharge liaison/coordinator for the advanced heart failure program at Maimonides Medical Center. I have four years of teaching experience as an adjunct professor. I have presented and published in topics related to cardiothoracic surgery and cardiology. I am a member and recipient of the following awards: Sigma Theta Tau member, Davis chapter leadership excellence award by the Alpha Chi Honors Society (2005), Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities & Colleges (2005), Irene Sell Nursing Award for Interest in Professional Issues for LIU (2006), Valerie Michelson Nursing Award for Community Service for LIU (2006), Creative and Scholarly Project Award for Alpha Phi Chapter, Sigma Theta Tau (2012).

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Research/Clinical Practice Area: Jonas Scholar – Chronic Health
Dissertation: One of my interests is in improving heart failure outcomes and management with the goal of reducing 30-day readmission rates. This is performed through utilization of a multidisciplinary approach, risk stratification tools, evidence based management and improved discharge process.





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