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Research College of Nursing (RCoN) in Kansas City, MO, has named Maithe Enriquez, PhD, APRN, FAAN, the new Graduate Program Director. Enriquez was appointed to her new role by RCoN President Thad R. Wilson, PhD, RN, FAAN, FAANP.
Enriquez’s new role will require managing operations and providing leadership in execution of the graduate nursing program, which is known for its educational excellence, cutting-edge curricula, and distinguished faculty. She will also collaborate with other RCoN program directors and the Dean to promote academic excellence and assure nursing students achieve success in pursuing their professional goals.
Dr. Enriquez began her nursing career in 1985, performing clinical roles in several areas, including infectious diseases. She most recently served as associate professor at the University of Missouri Sinclair School of Nursing in Columbia, MO, from 2012 to 2019. Her experience includes nursing leadership, clinical excellence, patient experience, quality/risk management, infection prevention, and nursing education.
Dr. Wilson tells researchcollege.edu, “Dr. Enriquez will help develop graduate programs to meet the changing needs in today’s healthcare environment. She will strengthen RCoN’s current programs and expand our reach beyond Kansas City even more. We look forward to leveraging her exemplary and robust teaching experience in undergraduate and graduate academic nursing programs as we transform health care through heroic leadership.”
RCoN is a fully accredited institution of higher learning with roots in the history of Research Medical Center, part of the HCA Midwest Health network. The college offers flexible graduate nursing programs in a dynamic hospital setting.
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