Edna Cadmus
Clinical Professor I Executive Director, NJCCN
School of Nursing
180 University Avenue
Newark, NJ 07102

Tel: 973-353-1428
Email Address: ednacadm@sn.rutgers.edu,
 
  Education
Highest Earned Degree
Ph.D., Nursing, Adelphi University, LI, NY, 2000.
Dissertation
"The life of a staff nurse in transition to late adulthood", Adelphi University, 2000. Chairperson-Pierre Woog, PhD.
Other Earned Degrees
MA, Nursing Education, Teachers College, Columbia University, NY, 1982.
BSN, William Paterson State College, NJ, 1976.
Certificates and Licenses Held
Fundamentals of Magnet Assessment Based Certificate-ANCC-2014
Post Masters Certificate in Nursing Education, Rutgers University, NJ, 2010
Certified Nurse Executive, Advanced. American Nurses Credentialing Center, 1993-present.
New Jersey RN License - 1976-present
New York RN License - 1976-present
 
  Honors and Awards
Fellowships
Fellow in the American Academy of Nursing - Inducted October 2012
Wharton Fellowship for Nurse Executives, Sponsored by Johnson and Johnson, 2003.
Professional Awards and Honors
2016: Life-Time Achievement Award. ONL/NJ (2016)
2015: Legendary Leaders in Nursing Award. NJLN. (2015)
2015: Excellence in Teaching Award. New Jersey Health Foundation. (2014-2015).
2015: Grand Marshal for Graduation- nominated and selected by peers.
2013: Nurse Recognition Award. NJLN. (2013)
2012: Impact Award. ONE/NJ. (2012).
2012: Women of Vision Award, William Paterson University, Wayne, NJ supporting the American Heart Association. (2012)
2011: Excellence in Teaching Award-Graduate Students CON, Rutgers University, Newark, NJ (2011).
2010: Outstanding Leader Award from William Paterson University, Wayne, NJ. (2010).
2010: C.A.R.E.S. Award for Support of Nurses by the NJSNA-Institute for Nursing, NJ. (2010).
2007: Diva Award from the NJSNA-Institute for Nursing, NJ. (2007).
2006: Distinguished Alumni Award William Paterson University.(2006).
2004: Nurse Executive of the Year Award from ONENJ. (2004).
2002: Sigma Theta Tau Research Dissemination Award received for activities that brought research to life in conjunction with EHMC Research Committee. (2002).
2001: Research Award from the Nursing Department, Englewood Hospital and Medical Center for dissertation work. (2001).
2000: Tribute to Women in Industry Award, YWCA, Bergen County. (2000).
1995: NJ Governor’s Nursing Merit Award for Advanced Nursing Administration, (1995).
 
  Employment History
Positions Held
2014-ongoing: Executive Director, New Jersey Collaborating Center for Nursing, Newark, NJ.
2010-ongoing: Clinical Professor, Specialty Director, Leadership Track, Rutgers University, Newark, NJ.
1994-2010: Senior Vice President, Patient Care Services, Englewood Hospital and Medical Center, NJ.
1993-1994: Interim Vice President for Nursing/Chief Nursing Executive, Englewood Hospital and Medical Center, NJ.
1988-1994: Director, Critical Care Nursing Division, Englewood Hospital and Medical Center, NJ.
1986-1988: Senior Clinical Manager, Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center, NY.
1983-1986: Administrative Nurse Clinician, Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center, NY.
1979-1983: Nursing Care Clinician, Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center, NY. .
1978-1979: Assistant Head Nurse, Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center, NY.
1976-1978: Staff Nurse, Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center, NY.
Consultation/Practice
2015-ongoing: Monmouth University Medical Center-consulting on Magnet gap analysis.
2015: Englewood Hospital and Medical Center- consulting on Magnet application deficiencies.
2013-2014: Montefiore Medical Center-consulting on leadership development of FLNMs.
2013-2014: VNSNY-consulting on shared governance model development and Magnet journey.
2013: Morristown Memorial Hospital-consulting for Magnet
2012: Consultant Atlanticare-Magnet application review.
2011-2012: Monmouth University Medical Center-consulting for shared governance model development.
2011: Consultant for Beth Israel Medical Center, Newark-Magnet Readiness.
Honorary Academic Appointments
Clinical Associate Professor UMDNJ School of Nursing, Newark, New Jersey
Clinical Professor, Department of Graduate Nursing, Seton Hall University, South Orange, New Jersey
Preceptor, Master’s students, leadership course, Member, Advisory Board, Saint Peter's College, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey
Joint Appointment, Columbia University, in Acute Care Master's Program. New York, New York
 
  Publications
Books
Accepted or In Press
2016: Cadmus, E., Salmond, S., Hassler, L., Bonarczyk, N., & Black, K. Long Term Care Residency Manual. STTI.
Electronic Publications, Not Refereed
2015: Cadmus, E., Johansen, M., De Cordova, P., Martinez, M. NJ Nurse Workforce Report. 2013-2014. Published by NJCCN. Available at http://www.njccn.org/.
2015: Cadmus, E., Johansen M., De Cordova, P. Martinez, M. NJ Annual LPN Education Capacity Report 2013-2014. Data Summary & Historical Trends. Published by NJCCN. Available at http://www.njccn.org/
2015: Cadmus, E., Johansen M., De Cordova, P. Martinez, M. NJ Annual Registered Nurse Education Capacity Report 2013-2014. Data Summary & Historical Trends. Published by NJCCN. Available at http://www.njccn.org/
2014: Cadmus, E., Johansen, M., De Cordova, P., Martinez, M. NJ Annual Registered Nursing Education Capacity Report 2012-2013: Data Summary & Historical Trends. Published by NJCCN. Available at http://www.njccn.org/.
2014: Cadmus, E., Johansen, M., De Cordova, P., Martinez, M. NJ Annual Practical Nursing Education Capacity Report 2012-2013: Data Summary & Historical Trends. Published by NJCCN. Available at: http://www.njccn.org/.
Scholarship Other
2016: ANCC: Pathway Award Committee proposal reviewer.
2013: Reviewer for Nursing Administration Quarterly.
2013: Reviewer for Western Journal of Nursing Research
Chapters in Books or Monographs
Work in Progress
2016: Cadmus, E. (2016). Chapter: Leadership for APNs: If not now, when? In Lucille A. Joel (Ed) Advanced Practice Nursing: Essentials for Role Development, 4th Edition. Philadelphia: F. A. Davis Company.
Published
2013: Cadmus, E. (2013) Chapter: Leadership for APNs: If not now, when? In Lucille A. Joel(Ed). Advanced Practice Nursing: Essentials for Role Development, 3rd Edition. Philadelphia: F.A. Davis Company.
2010: Cadmus, E. (2010). Chapter: Mentoring for leadership and management. In K. Montacki & K. Burke. Nursing Delegation and Management Skills (pp.117-118). St. Louis: Mosby Inc.
2005: Sullivan Havens, D., Cadmus, E., Cox, K., Fuller, J., Lacey, S. (2005). Chapter 5: Redesign of nursing work. In B. Cleary & R. Rice (Eds). Nursing Workforce Development (pp.62-93). New York: Springer Publications.
2000: Cadmus, E. (2000). Contributor to Chapter 11: Courage integration. In S. Walston. Courage of the Heart & Spirit of Every Woman. (pp. 207-208) Denver: Bona Dea Publishing.
1985: Cadmus, E. (1985). Standard 51: Jejunal-ileal and gastric bypass surgery. In B. Johanson, C. Dungca, D. Hoffmiester, S. Wells. Standards for Critical Care, 2nd Edition. (pp. 443-450). St. Louis: C.V. Mosby Company.
Articles in Refereed Journals
Work in Progress
2016: Cadmus, E., Salmond, S., Hassler, L, Bohnarczyk, N., Black, K. Long-term nurse residency program: New graduate perspectives. Journal of Continuing Education in Nursing.
2016:   Cadmus, E. Salmond, S., Hassler, L., Black, L., & Bohnarczyk, N. Less is best: Evaluating long-term care nurse residency programs. Journal of Continuing Education in Nursing.
Accepted or In Press
2016: Cadmus, E. & Johansen, M. Entrepreneurship: Assessing the readiness of the NJ APN workforce. Nursing Administration Quarterly.
Published
2016: Pabico, C.& Cadmus, E. (June, 2016) Using Pathway to Excellence framework to create a culture of sustained organizational engagement. Nurse Leader. 203-206.
2016: Cadmus, E., Salmond, S., Hassler, L., Black, K., & Bohnarczyk, N. Creating a long term care new nurse residency model. Journal of Continuing Education in Nursing. 47, (5): 234-240.
2016: Johansen, M. & Cadmus, E. Conflict management style, supportive work environment and the experience of work stress in emergency nurses. Journal of Nursing Management.24 (2), 211-218.
2015: Hessels, A. Flynn, L., Cimiotti, J., Cadmus, E., Gershon, R. The impact of the nursing practice environment on missed nursing care. Clinical Nursing Studies. 3(4): 60-65.
2015: Cadmus, E., Helms, P., Christopher, MA, Hawkey, R. Interprofessional shared governance: The VNSNY experience. Nursing Management. 46 (9): 34-41.
2015: Cox, J., Thomas-Hawkins, C., Pajarillo, E., Degennaro, S., Cadmus, E., & Martinez, M. Factors associated with falls in hospitalized patients. Applied Nursing Research. 28: 78-82.
2014: Cadmus, E., Conners, S. Zavotsky, K., Young, M., Pagani, C. (2014). Academic practice partnership: Transitions into practice for new nurses, part 2. Nursing Management 45 (10): 12-14.
2014: Cadmus, E., Conners, S., Zavotsky,K., Young, M., Pagani, C. (2014). Academic/practice partnership: Transitions into practice for new nurses. Nursing Management.45 (9): 10-12.
2013: Cadmus, E. & Wisniewska, E. (2013). Measuring first-line nurse manager work: Instrument: Development and testing. JONA. 43(12): 673-679.
2013: Cadmus, E. et al . Ever-evolving: Population care coordinators. Nursing Management 44 (12): 9-11
2013: Cadmus, E. & Holmes. (2013). Leadership's "triple chance". Nursing Management. 44 (2): 44-48.
2012: Cadmus, E., & Johansen, M. (2012). The time is now: Developing a nurse manager residency program. Nursing Management. 43(10): 18-24.
2012: Taw, J., Cadmus, E., Zarcadoolas, C. (2012), Holding on: Caring for the professional caregivers. Nursing Management. 43(3): 32-37.
2011: Cadmus, E., Brigley, P., Pearson, M. (2011). Safe patient handling: Is your institution ready for a culture change? Nursing Management. 42:(11): 12-15.
2011: Cadmus, E. (2011) Your role in transforming the healthcare system. Nursing Management. 42 (10): 32-43. Nursing Congress lead article.
2008: Cadmus, E. et al. (2008), Nurses’ Skill Level and Access to Evidence- Based Practice. JONA. 38 (11): 494-503.
2006: Cadmus, E. (2006), Succession Planning: Multi-Level Organizational Strategies for the New Workforce. JONA. 36 (6): 298-303.
2004: Cadmus, E. (2004), Creating a Professional Practice Environment on a Shoestring. Nurse Leader, 2(3): 34-37.
2003: Cadmus, E. (2002), Defining the Generations: There are Four. Seminars for Nurse Managers. 10(4): 248-253.
Articles in Non-refereed or General Journals
 
 
  Teaching Activities
Courses Taught
Program Planning and Proposal Development Spring 2016
Leadership Across the Continuum-Graduate- Rutgers School of Nursing, Fall 2015
Program Planning and Proposal Development Spring 2015
Leadership Across the Continuum-Graduate, Rutgers College of Nursing, Fall 2014
Capstone, Graduate, Rutgers College of Nursing Summer 2014
Capstone, Graduate, Rutgers College of Nursing Spring 2014
Capstone, Graduate, Rutgers College of Nursing Summer 2103
Transforming from Student to Nurse Leader, Graduate, Rutgers College of Nursing Summer 2013
Leadership for Advanced Practice Nurses, Graduate, Rutgers College of Nursing Spring 2013 (2 sections)
Transformational Leadership-Graduate, Rutgers College of Nursing Fall 2012
Leadership for Advanced Practice Nurses, Graduate, Rutgers College of Nursing Spring 2012
Transformational Leadership- Graduate, Rutgers College of Nursing Fall 2011
Leadership for APNs, Graduate, Rutgers College of Nursing, Spring 2011.
Special Courses Taught
N572 Synthesis of Specialty Practice: Case Management, Graduate, Duke University, N.C. Fall 2013.
N572 Synthesis of Specialty Practice: Case Management, Graduate, Duke University, N.C. Summer 2013
N572 Synthesis of Specialty Practice: Case Management, Graduate, Duke University, N.C. Spring 2013
N572 Synthesis of Specialty Practice: Case Management, Graduate, Duke University, N.C. Fall 2012
N572 Synthesis of Specialty Practice: Case Management, Graduate, Duke University, N.C.Spring 2012.
Curricular Development - Courses and Programs Developed
2014: Practicum course development for 3 courses; Transformational Leadership, Organizational Complexity, Quality and Safety.
2013-2014: Harmonization of curricula with SON Rutgers for leadership.
2012-2013: Elective Course developed for RWJUH for residency transition. Transforming from Student to Nurse Leader. 3 credits for Summer 2013.
2011: Duke University subcontracted to develop a graduate level hybrid course for 3 credits for PCCs (N572 - Synthesis of Specialty Practice: Case Management).
2011: BSN to MSN Track in Leadership-Developed program. This program opened in the Fall of 2012.
2011: Transformational Leadership Course Curriculum.
2010: Leadership for APN Course Curriculum.
2010: Leadership Track Curriculum developed for BSN to DNP and MSN to DNP- Researched and created DNP tracks using evidence-based standards. Developed 10 course syllabi for program.
 
  Conference Presentations, Lectures, Demonstrations
Papers, Abstracts, and Lectures
2015: Keynote Speaker: Nursing education &careers across the spectrum. New Jersey Health Care Industry Week, sponsored by NJ Healthcare Talent Network. Rutgers University, April 6th 2015. Presenter: Edna Cadmus [100% Effort]
2014: Road to BSN: NJAC Academic Progression. Overlook Medical Center. (2014). Presenter: Edna Cadmus [100% Effort].
2014: VNSNY Symposium: Journey to Magnet. VNSNY. NY, NY. (2014). Panel member, Edna Cadmus [100%Effort]
2013: Visiting Scholars Academy: Future of Nursing: IOM Report. Montefiore, NY, NY. (2013) Presenter, Edna Cadmus[100% Effort]
2013: Overview of Shared Governance Models. NYVNA. NY, NY. (2013). Presenter, Edna Cadmus[100% Effort.]
2011: Future of Nursing NJ Action Coalition Work. Speaker Edna Cadmus. Jersey City Medical Center, Jersey City, NJ.(2011).
[100% Effort]
2011: Future of Nursing and the NJ Action Coalition Work. Workforce and Patient Safety Work Group, NJHA, Princeton, NJ. (2011). Presenter, Edna Cadmus
[100% Effort.]
2011: Why Research is Important in the Magnet Standards? Kimball Medical Center. Lakewood, NJ. (2011). Presenter, Edna Cadmus
[100% Effort.]
2011: Future of Nursing and the NJ Action Coalition Work. Felician College, Lodi, NJ. (2011). Presenter, Edna Cadmus
[100% Effort.]
2010: Creating the Model for Redesigning Healthcare and Healthcare-Provider Competencies. Conference: Patient Blood Management-Embrace the Future. Sponsored by: Institute for Patient Blood Management and Bloodless Medicine and Surgery in joint sponsorship with EHMC. Clinton Inn, Tenafly, NJ. (2010). Presenter, Edna Cadmus
[100% Effort.]
2008: Magnet Journey. Bronx Lebanon Hospital, Bronx, NY. (2008). Presenter, Edna Cadmus
[100% Effort.]
2003: Leadership and Lifelong Learning. William Paterson University, Wayne, NJ, (2003). Presenter, Edna Cadmus
[100% Effort.]
2000: The Life of a Staff Nurse in Transition to Late Adulthood. Annual EHMC Research Conference. Englewood, NJ. (2000). Presenter, Edna Cadmus
[100% Effort.]
1996: Acute Care Revolution. UMDNJ and VA Middlesex College, New Jersey, (1996). Presenter, Edna Cadmus
[100% Effort.]
Posters
2015: Clark, E., Cadmus, E. et al Integrating Population Coordinators into Primary Care: A Qualitative Case Study. NAPCRG, Cancun, Mexico.[5% Effort]
2014: Thomas-Hawkins, C., Cox, J., Pajarillo, E., De Gennaro, S., Cadmus, E., & Martinez, M. Factors Associated with Falls in Hospitalized Patients. ENRS, Boston, MA. (2014). [5% Effort]
2014: Zavotsky, K., Conners, S., Cadmus, E. et al Academic/Practice Partnership: Transitions into Practice for New Nurses. Twentieth National Evidence-Based Practice Conference. University of Iowa. Poster Presentation. Author: Edna Cadmus[10% Effort].
2008: American Organization of Nurse Executives Annual Meeting. Poster presentation: "Readiness of NJ Nurses for Evidence-Based Practice." Seattle, Washington. (2008). Presenter, Edna Cadmus
[100% Effort.]
2004: Organization of Nurse Executives-NJ Annual Meeting Poster Presentation "Career Development Across the Continuum." Galloway, NJ. (2004). Presenter, Edna Cadmus
[100% Effort.]
2003: Organization of Nurse Executives, NJ Annual Meeting. Poster presentation: "Education and Practice Perfect Together." Atlantic City, NJ. (2003). Presenter, Edna Cadmus
[100% Effort.]
1990: New Jersey Hospital Association, HRET Conference. Poster presentation: "Cardiac Rehabilitation Outcomes." Princeton, NJ. (1990). Presenter, Edna Cadmus
[100% Effort.]
1980: American Society of Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition-Dietician Conference. Poster presentation: "Improtance of Monitoring Daily Weights". (1980). Presenter, Edna Cadmus
[100% Effort.]
Presentations National/Regional
2015: Panel Presentation:Developing, Implementing and Evaluating a Long Term Care Nurse Residency Program. Pathway to Excellence Conference, Kentucky. (May 15,2015) Edna Cadmus [100% Effort]
2014: Webinar: RN Transitions into Practice Residency Model for Long Term Care. Michigan Department of Community Health. (2014). Presenter, Edna Cadmus [100% Effort]
2014: Webinar: Nurse Residency Model. Center to Champion Nursing in America. (2014). Presenter, Edna Cadmus [100% Effort].
2013: Podium Presentation: First Line Nurse Manager Work Instrument: Pilot Study. International Nursing Administration Research Conference. Baltimore MD. (2013) Presenter, Edna Cadmus[100% Effort]
2012: Panel Discussion: Considering New Models of Care and Education- Population Care Coordinator Project. New Jersey Nursing Initiative Annual Meeting. Princeton, NJ. (2012). Presenter, Edna Cadmus [100% Effort]
2012: The IOM Report: "The Future of Nursing" Panelist. National Association of Nigerian Nurses in North America. Newark, NJ. (2012).Presenter, Edna Cadmus [100% Effort}
2012: Panelist re: IOM Report-NJ Educational Updates: Instructional Leadership Network Conference. AACN. St. Louis, MI. (2011). Presenter, Edna Cadmus
[100% Effort.]
2012: New Jersey Experience with Future of Nursing Competency Models. Northeastern Regional Meeting on Education. Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. Princeton, NJ. (2012). Presenter, Edna Cadmus
[100% Effort.]
2011: Creating Models for Re-designing Healthcare and Provider Competencies. AONE 44th Annual Conference, San Diego, California. (2011). Presenter, Edna Cadmus
[100% Effort.]
2011: Creating Models for Redesigning Healthcare and Provider Competencies for Case Managers. Case Management Society of America. Minnesota Chapter. Minneapolis, MN. (2011). Presenter, Edna Cadmus
[100% Effort.]
2003: Win-Win Relationship. South Carolina AHEC Conference, Columbia, South Carolina. (2003). Presenter, Edna Cadmus
[100% Effort.]
2003: Journey to Magnet. Taking the Long View, a Gathering of State Nursing Workforce Centers. Raleigh, North Carolina. (2003). Presenter, Edna Cadmus
[100% Effort.]
1998: Differentiated Nursing Practice: The Englewood Hospital and Medical Center Experience. Differentiated Nursing Practice- Implementing the Concept Conference. Hosted by: Englewood Hospital and Medical Center. (1998). Presenter, Edna Cadmus
[100% Effort.]
1998: Preparing for the Millennium in a Unionized Community Settling: The Little Train that Could. Transformation and Healing in Process. Park City, Utah.(1998). Presenter, Edna Cadmus
[100% Effort.]
1989: The Marker Model for Standards Development, San Joaquin Community Hospital, Bakersfield California. (1989). Presenter, Edna Cadmus
[100% Effort.]
1987: Documentation, Using Standards: The Marker Model. AACN Local Chapter Management Conference, NY. (1987). Presenter, Edna Cadmus
[100% Effort.]
1986: Nursing Perspective: Pros and Cons of 3 in 1 Admixture. ASPEN Local Chapter Dietitians Seminar, NY. (1986). Presenter, Edna Cadmus
[100% Effort.]
Presentations-State
2016: The Future of Nursing 5 years later...Where are we headed? Home Care & Hospice Association Annual Conference. Tropicana Casino & Resort, Atlantic City NJ. June 16, 2016. Presenter Edna Cadmus [100%Effort].
2015: Home care nursing workforce: The survey says... Home Care Association Annual Conference. Tropicana Casino & Resort, Atlantic City, NJ. June11, 2015. Co presenter: Edna Cadmus & Kathleen Kubiert. [100% Effort]
2014: Future of Nursing: Keynote Address. DON Invitational Retreat. Meridian Sub-Acute and Long Term Care Facilities. (2014) Presenter Edna Cadmus [100% Effort]
2014: Webinar on Long Term Care Nurse Residency Model. AtlanticHealth ACO. (2014) Presenter Edna Cadmus [100% Effort].
2014: FLNM: Past, Present, and Future. ONE/NJ Annual Research Day. Princeton, NJ (2014) Presenter Edna Cadmus [100% Effort].
2014: New Jersey's healthcare workforce: Where are we headed? How will we get there? New Jersey Business & Industry Association. Trenton, NJ (2014). Presenter Edna Cadmus [100% Effort].
2014: NJ Action Coalition Update. ANNA Jersey North Chapter 126. Newark, NJ (2014). Presenter Edna Cadmus [100%Effort]
2013: NJ Action Coalition Update. NJ American Academy of Nursing Fellows. RWJF, Princeton, NJ. (2013). Presenter Edna Cadmus [50% Effort].
2013: NJ Action Coalition Update. ANNA central NJ chapter. Ocean County Medical Center, Brick, NJ (2013). Presenter Edna Cadmus [100% Effort]
2013: NJ Action Coalition Update. Impact on Public Health Nursing. Middlesex Fire Academy. Somerville, NJ (2013). Presenter Edna Cadmus [100% Effort]/
2013: NJ Action Coalition Update. Specialty Organizations, Princeton, NJ. (2013) Presenter Edna Cadmus [100% Effort].
2013: NJ Action Coalition Update. ONE/NJ Annual Conference, Long Branch, NJ. (2013). Presenter Edna Cadmus[100% Effort].
2012: NJ Action Coalition-Overiew-National, State Persepectives. Hunterdon Medical Center. Hunterdon, NJ. (2012). Presenter Edna Cadmus[100% Effort].
2012: NJ Action Coalition- Pillar 2 Education Update. Saint Joseph's Regional Medical Center. Paterson, NJ.(2012). Presenter Edna Cadmus[100% Effort.]
2012: GO FISH. TCAB Conference. New Jersey Hospital Association, Princeton, NJ. (2012). Presenter, Edna Cadmus
[100% Effort.]
2012: NJ Action Coalition: First Year Progress. Home Care Association, Atlantic City, NJ. (2012). Presenter, Edna Cadmus
[100% Effort.]
2012: NJ Action Coalition: First Year Progress. Associate Degree Annual Workshop. Princeton, NJ. (2012). Presenter, Edna Cadmus
[100% Effort.]
2012: NJ Action Coalition: Southern Forum. IOM Report & NJ Action Coalition Update. Cumberland County College. Vineland, NJ. (2012). Presenter, Edna Cadmus
[100% Effort.]
2012: Future of Nursing: First year Progress. ONE/NJ Annual Conference, Long Branch, NJ. (2012). Presenter, Edna Cadmus
[100% Effort.]
2012: Panel: Pearson Education Program Faculty Perspective. NJNI, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Princeton NJ. (2012). Presenter, Edna Cadmus
[100% Effort.]
2011: Future of Nursing NJ Style. Webinar for ONE/NJ. (2011). Presenter, Edna Cadmus
[100% Effort.]
2011: Future of Nursing: NJ Style. Spectrum Job Fair, Edison, NJ (2011). Presenter, Edna Cadmus
[100% Effort.]
2011: IOM Report. ONE/NJ Annual Conference, Long Branch, NJ. (2011). Presenter, Edna Cadmus
[100% Effort.]
2011: IOM Report. NJ Student Nurses Association Annual Conference. Atlantic City, NJ. (2011). Presenter, Edna Cadmus
[100% Effort.]
2011: Campaign for Action Forum: Panel with NJ Regional Action Coalition Leaders. College of NJ Nursing Program. Trenton, NJ. (2011). Presenter, Edna Cadmus
[100% Effort.]
2010: Negotiating a Clinical Role. NJNI Annual Conference. Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Princeton, NJ. (2010). Presenter, Edna Cadmus
[100% Effort.]
2010: NJHA: Transforming Care at the Bedside N.J Conference. Commitments of Exemplary Leaders; and Endnote Speaker: Creating a Team Through Engagement and Exemplary Leadership. Princeton, NJ, (2010). Presenter, Edna Cadmus
[100% Effort.]
2010: EHMC Experience with TCAB. NJHA Conference: TCAB Expanding the Model in NJ Hospitals.(2010). Presenter, Edna Cadmus
[100% Effort.]
2007: Readiness of NJ Nurses for Evidence-Based Practice, State Results. ONE/NJ Research Conference, New Jersey Hospital Association, Princeton, New Jersey. (2007). Presenter, Edna Cadmus
[100% Effort.]
2004: Career Development: The NJ Competency-Based Nursing Model. (Presentation) & Career Development Across the Continuum (Poster Presentation) ONE/NJ Annual Conference, Galloway, NJ. (2004). Presenter, Edna Cadmus
[100% Effort.]
2001: NJ Competency Based Model. Colleagues in Caring Forum. Princeton, NJ. (2001). Presenter, Edna Cadmus
[100% Effort.]
1999: Nurse Staffing Issues: Supply and Demand and the Quality of Patient Care. Panel on staffing strategies that work --Englewood Hospital and Medical Center Experience. NJHA, Princeton, NJ. (1999). Presenter, Edna Cadmus
[100% Effort.]
1996: Englewood Hospital and Medical Center's Strategies for Thriving. Thriving in the Face of Challenges: Initiatives for New Jersey Nurse Leaders. NJHA, Princeton, NJ.(1996). Presenter, Edna Cadmus
[100% Effort.]
 
  Organizing and Chairing Activities
Participation in Organizing or Chairing Conferences, Workshops, and Organizations
2015: Chair for NJCCN Conference. NJ Grassroots Nurses: Building a Culture of Health through Innovation. Monroe, NJ.
2013: Co-Chair for Advisory Committee for NJHI-Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. CFP on New Paths to Professional Nursing.
2012: NJ Action Coalition. Competency Based Model for NJ-Academic/Practice Summit. Sommerset, NJ. (2012). Facilitator for Conference, Edna Cadmus[100% Effort.]
 
  Memberships
Membership/Offices Held in Scholarly and Professional Societies
05/2016-ongoing: New Jersey Innovation Institute External Advisory Board
01/2016-12/2017: CGFNS Research and Evaluation Committee
2015-ongoing: ONE/NJ PAC Board member.
2014-ongoing: SETC-member
2014-ongoing: National Forum for Workforce Centers. Member
2013-2015: ONE/NJ Board Member
2012-ongoing: ONE/NJ, Member
2011-ongoing: CGEAN, Member
2010-ongoing: The National Organization of Nurse Practitioner Faculties, Member.
2010-2011: Past President and Board Member ONE/NJ
2008-2009: President ONE/NJ
2006-2009: Board Member, Collaborating Center for Nursing, New Jersey as ONE/NJ representative.
2006-2007: President-Elect ONE/NJ
2002-2006: Board of Directors, ONE/NJ
2005-2007: First Research Committee Chair, ONE/NJ
1997-ongoing: Member of Sigma Theta Tau--dual membership for Adelphi University, and UMDNJ.
1994-ongoing: American Nurses Association
1993-ongoing: American Organization of Nurse Executives
1992-ongoing: ONE/NJ
1992-ongoing: NJSNA
1979-2010: Society of Critical Care Medicine
1977-2010: American Association of Critical Care Nurses
 
  Funding
Internally-Funded Research and/or Training Grants
2011: (Grant Amount: $13,230) First Line Nurse Manager Work: Pilot Study. The purpose of this pilot study is to develop a tool to quantify the type, and frequency on various activities using the competencies from the HLA and job descriptions from FLNMs in acute care hosptials in NJ. PI, Edna Cadmus
07/2015-ongoing: (Grant Amount: $1,000) Received toward educational programs by Health Care Foundation., Cadmus
Externally-Funded Research and/or Training Grants
2016-2017: (Grant Amount: $194,779) NJCCN Long Term Care and Assisted Living Residency Program. PI Edna Cadmus.
2016-ongoing: (Grant Amount: $4,700,000) Helene Fuld Out of Hospital Nurse Residency Program. Drafted initial proposal and co-presented proposal, implementation team., Holzemer, B, & Salmond, S., Cadmus, E
05/2015-08/2015: (Grant Amount: $2,000) Sub-contracted by NPHF and NJHCQI Grant from Nicholson Foundation. 05/ Health Centers in Trenton and Newark: Building New Jersey's Primary Care Safety Net. APN Needs Assessment and Focus Groups., E. Cadmus, M.Johansen
2015: 2.2 million dollar grant submitted for a Geriatric Workforce Enhancement Program to HRSA-denied scored 91., Cadmus, Salmond, Hassler co PIs
02/2015-ongoing: (Grant Amount: $100,000) SIP III Grant from RWJF to continue work on academic progression and navigator role. Additional $50,000 raised to match., Maria Lo Grippo PI & Edna Cadmus PI
12/2013-05/2016: (Grant Amount: $1,605,558) LTC new RN residency program., Co- PIs Edna Cadmus and Susan Salmond
2013-2013: (Grant Amount: $4,375) Morristown Memorial Medical Center. Implementation of Magnet standards. Morristown, NJ. PI Edna Cadmus
10/2013-09/2015: (Grant Amount: $13,102) Using Systems Engineering Analysis to Optimize Workforce Redesign in Primary Care. NJHI, Camden, NJ. Edna Cadmus: Co Investigator., Elizabeth Clark PI
2013-2015: (Grant Amount: $150,000) Academic Progression and Strengthening Collection of Nursing Workforce Data. Robert Wood Johnson Princeton, NJ. Funding for pilot sites and consultation. Matching grant of $75,000 from magnet facilities. Co-Project Director - Edna Cadmus
2012: (Grant Amount: $2,500) First Line Nurse Managers Work Pilot Study, CGEAN, Funding will be utilized for data analysis purposes. PI: Edna Cadmus.
2012-2012: (Grant Amount: $5,500) University Hospital. Newark, NJ. Implementing Magnet standards., Newark, NJ. PI, Edna Cadmus
2011-2013: (Grant Amount: $279,055) Project Director, Edna Cadmus Population Health Coordinator Grant with Horizon Innovations Center and Duke University. North Carolina. Subcontract for education and site visits. PI, Edna Cadmus
2011: (Grant Amount: $5,000) Monmouth University Medical Center. Implementation of Magnet standards. Long Branch, NJ. PI, Edna Cadmus
01/2011-08/2011: (Grant Amount: $25,000) Provide LPI assessment and education to TCAB managers at NJHA, Princeton, NJ. PI, Edna Cadmus
07/2010-02/2011: (Grant Amount: $37,000) Wrote Magnet application in collaboration with their leaders and provided expertise on standards at Kessler Rehabilitation Institute-3 hospitals. PI Edna Cadmus
2010: (Grant Amount: $10,000) Community Chest Grant for med-surg certification. Mentor, Edna Cadmus
2009: (Grant Amount: $99,000) Y.C. Ho/Helen and Michael Chaing Foundation to develop a palliative care program. Provided requirements for service and national data to create grant proposal. Mentor, Edna Cadmus
2009: (Grant Amount: $10,000) Community Chest Grant for Transforming Care at the Bedside. Mentor, Edna Cadmus
2016-ongoing: (Grant Amount: $1,600,000) Director of Nursing and Educator in LTC Educational Program. ( In review), Cadmus, Salmond, Hassler, Bonarczk, Black
2008: (Grant Amount: $12,000) Community Chest Grant for Transforming Care At the Bedside. Mentor, Edna Cadmus
2007-2009: (Grant Amount: $5,000) Co-investigator Edna Cadmus. "Caring for the Professional Caregiver: A Comprehensive Program for Hospital Staff to Improve Stress Management and Communication Skills. The purpose of this pilot study was to evaluate how a group of hospital staff, which included nurses, nurses aides, and secretaries of an oncology and stroke unit, perceive and respond to an integrated communication training program. Funding for study provided by EHMC Foundation office for materials., Taw, J., Cadmus, E., Zarcodoolas, C.
2007: (Grant Amount: $11,517) Community Chest Grant for purchase of a one-year license for Care Notes. Mentor, Edna Cadmus
2006-2007: (Grant Amount: $4,800) PI, Edna Cadmus for the ONE/NJ research study: Readiness of NJ Nurses for Evidence-Based Practice. Received a AONE grant for project. Received funding from Cerner through the AONE Seed Grants. Developed proposal, coordinated education and site follow-up, analyzed the outcomes and presented infromation at a state and national level. Published article with ONE/NJ Research Committee members.
2005: (Grant Amount: $10,000) Community Chest Grant for geriatric educational programs. Mentor, Edna Cadmus
2004: (Grant Amount: $10,000) Community Chest Grant for geriatric certification funding. Mentor, Edna Cadmus
2003-2006: (Grant Amount: $399,712) RWJF Grant, Career Development Across the Continuum. This grant has 3 components: Nursing Apprenticeship Program in collaboration with Bergenfield High School; integration of the NJ Competency Based Model into our professional practice model; and leadership development with the Nursing Academy. PI, Edna Cadmus. Evaluation component conducted by the RWJF.
2003: (Grant Amount: $10,000) Geriatric Assessment Grant- from the Community Chest of Englewood, Englewood NJ. Mentor, Edna Cadmus
1996: (Grant Amount: $25,000) Edward W. and Stella Van Houten Memorial Fund for computerized patient education materials on each unit. Mentor, Edna Cadmus
 
  Service
Service to Rutgers University
2015-ongoing: Minority Leadership Institute Committee member.
2015-ongoing: Mentorship Committee for SON
2015-ongoing: Advanced Practice Council for SON
2014-2016: RBHS Faculty Council elected member for SON.
03/2014-05/2014: RBHS Strategic Plan for Quality and Safety-Co-Chair
2012-ongoing: Co-Director on the Translation and Policy Core for Center for Health Care Quality.
2011: Member on Search Committee for Coordinator for Student Services.
2011: Member of Search Committee for Associate Dean of Faculty Services
2011-2014: Newark Faculty Council, Member
2011: PhD Task Force on Student Services.
2011: Chairperson for the Associate Dean-Student Services.
2010-2014: MS/DNP Committee, Member.
2010-ongoing: First Level Review Committee, Member
Publics Served
Scholarships provided annually to nursing students at William Paterson University and Englewood Hospital and Medical Center.
Lecture series funding provided to William Paterson University for First Line Nurse Managers.
Provide services to nursing leaders at all levels: education, mentoring, Magnet consulting.
Contributions to the Advancement of the Academic Profession
2016: Abstract reviewer for the INARC Conference in Florida.
2016: Magnet application redesignation re-write for Englewood Hospital and Medical Center-Redesignated.
07/2015: Submitted testimony: Evaluation of the Impact of the IOM Report: The Future of Nursing Leading Change, Advancing Health on behalf of the NJAC.
2014: Summit on Academic Progression for NJ. Coordinated Conference for NJAC.
2013-ongoing: Vice Chair, Commission for Pathways to Excellence. ANCC
2012: Summit on Academic Progression for NJ. Coordinated Conference for NJAC.
2012-2016: Commission for Pathways to Excellence. Academic seat for ANCC.
2012: International Committee of AONE-member.
2012: Reviewer for Action Coalition Applications-Wave 4.
2011: AONE Task Force on IOM Future of Nursing Report
2011: Reviewer for 3 articles for the Nursing Administrative Quarterly Journal.
2010-2014: New Jersey Nursing Initiative Grant Funded by RWJF-Nursing Faculty Career & Nursing Faculty Retention Committee.
2010-ongoing: Action Coalition Co-Lead for NJ-Implementation of the IOM Report. Liaison for Education Pillar.
2010-ongoing: Accepted as HRSA reviewer-Requested to review two applications-conflict of interest.
2010-ongoing: Nursing Management Journal. Accepted as reviewer. (To date not utilized).
2012: Collaborating for the Healthcare of New Jersey: Connecting the Silos-A One-Day Think Tank.
2009-2012: Member of the Advisory Panel for TCAB implementation in NJ-facilitated by NJHA, supported by the RWJF.
2008-2009: NJHA-Aligning Forces Grant Development Task Force.
2008-2009: NJHA Board of Trustees Member.
2007-2008: AONE/RWJF Transforming Care At the Bedside Project Cohort 1.
2006-2009: New Jersey Collaborating Center for Nursing-Board Member.
2003-2006: New Jersey Collaborating Center for Nursing-Co chaired the Competency Based Nursing Model Council.
2003-2006: Co-chair for the Competency Based Nursing Model Council for the NJ Collaborating Center for Nursing at Rutgers University, Newark, NJ.
2002-2004: HRET Board Member for NJHA.
1996-2002: Colleagues in Caring Grant-Co-chaired the Education and Competency Workgroup.
1996-2002: Colleagues in Caring Grant-Served on Steering Committee.
1996-2002: Chaired the Education and Competency Based Workgroup and served on the Steering Committee for the Colleagues in Caring Grant for New Jersey.
1995-1997: Quality Patient Care Committee Chair for NJHA.
1995-1997: Chaired the Quality Patient Care Committee for New Jersey Hospital Association.
1995: American Heart Association-Local Chapter Board Member.
1995: New Jersey Department of Health Task Force on Nursing Standards-member.
1995: Member of the New Jersey Department of Health Task Force on Nursing Standards.
1995: Board Member, American Heart Association, Local Chapter.