Caroselli, Cynthia (cc2440)

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Caroselli, Cynthia
Adjunct Associate Professor
Associate Healthcare System Director for Patient Services and Chief Nurse Executive, VA New York Harbor Healthcare System
Organization & Leadership
212-678-3812

Office:
201A Zankel

Office Hours:
By appointment.

Educational Background

  • Ph.D., New York University
  • M.S., Boston University
  • B.S., Boston College

Scholarly Interests

Health Care Finance, Leadership, Organizational Developmental, Systems Developments, Capacity Management/Throughput, Legal Issues/Malpractice

Selected Publications

  • (2015) Building a Business Savvy Community of Nurse Leaders (p. 394-404). IN Realizing the Future of Nursing: VA Nurses Tell Their Story.  VHA: U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs
  • Caroselli, C. (2008). The system chief nurse executive: More than the sum of the parts. Nursing Administration Quarterly, 32 (3), 247-252.
  • Caroselli, C. (2001). The first six months of practice: Strategies for success.  Imprint, 48  (1), 51-53.
  • Caroselli, C. (2000).  Bederson, J.B.; Awad, I.A., Wiebers, D.O., Piepgras, D., Haley, E.C., Brott, T., Hademos, G., Chyatte, D., Rosenwasser, R., and Caroselli, C. Recommendations for the Management of Patients with Unruptured Intracranial Aneurysms: A Statement for Health Care Professionals from the Stroke Council of the American Heads Association.  Stroke, 31, 2742-50 (simultaneously published in Circulation, 102, 2300-8.)
  • Caroselli, C. (2000). Scarce Staff: Not your mother’s nursing shortage. Surgical Services Management3 (8), 23-25.
  • Caroselli, C., & Barrett, E.A.M. (1998). A review of the power as knowing participation in change literature. Nursing Science Quarterly, 11(1), 9-16.
  • Barrett, E.A.M. & Caroselli, C. (1998). Methodological issues and insights related to the power as knowing participation in change tool. Nursing Science Quarterly, 11(1), 17-22.

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