Barry S Gallison DNP, MS, APRN-BC,NEA-BC, CPHQ
Director of Nursing Quality and Nursing Improvement Initiatives
New york, New York
In my current position at Hunter College include responsibilities include providing Visionary, results-driven healthcare executive with a strong operational and clinical background. Proven professional with a transformational leadership style. Responsibilities focus on healthcare management and nursing quality and patient safety with broad-based leadership functions in the following areas: Assessing and engaging current workforce; Developing innovative patient-centered programs; Planning and implementing new initiatives in patient-centered leadership, quality improvement and operational efficiency; Evaluating opportunities to improve nursing quality and patient safety.
Degree/Diploma:Doctorate of Nursing Practice
Area of Study:Nursing
Educational Institution:Stony Brook University
Degree/Diploma:Master of Public Administration
Area of Study:Nursing Leadership
Educational Institution:New York University
Degree/Diploma:Master of Nursing
Area of Study:Gerontological Nurse Practitioner
Educational Institution:Hunter College
My academic achievements and honor include being the 2012-Recipient of the George E. Xippolitos Endowed Memorial Fund Award for Doctoral Education and Research- Stony Brook University, School of Nursing. In 2010 the Recipient of the Excellence in Nursing: Nurse Leader of the Year. New York Presbyterian Hospital, and the Recipient of the Patient Centered Care Leadership Award. New York Presbyterian Hospital.
Statement of Belief
I am extremely interested in an active leadership role within the American Holistic Nurses Association. My personal mission and vision aligns with the mission and vision of AHNA, a world in which nursing nurtures wholeness and inspires peace and healing. I am a transformational nurse leader with 17 years experience in clinical and nursing operations, quality management, and performance improvement. My greatest personal and professional accomplishments as a holistic leader have been inspiring, mentoring and engaging other nurses. I seek to motivate others to be the best they can be, striving for exceptional nursing care while promoting team-work and improving self-care and personal development.
Through my advanced studies, I have expanded my knowledge on the theoretical underpinnings of holistic nursing. I joined the Center for Professional Nursing Practice at the New York Presbyterian Hospital as the Director of Nursing Quality and Improvement Initiatives in 2011. In this leadership role, I strongly advocate for aligning quality goals with nursing policies, improving holistic education and strengthening evidence-based practices and research. I am passionate about the nursing profession and want to give back to the profession that has given so much to me. I plan on continuing to conduct holistic nursing research, writing and publishing. I truly feel my skills will further advance the strategic goals of the AHNA.