Two professors from the UCLA School of Nursing will be inducted as Fellows to the American Academy of Nursing. Fellows are selected based on their outstanding nursing contributions and their drive to continually help reform America’s health care system and support the academy’s goals.
Nancy Pike (left) is a pediatric nurse practitioner (PNP) at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles and an assistant professor at the UCLA School of Nursing. A skilled clinician, researcher, educator and nursing leader, Pike has worked as a PNP in pediatric cardiothoracic surgery for more than 15 years and has been published in more than 30 medical and nursing journals
Mary Cadogan is an adjunct professor at the school. Her research focuses on the improvement of quality of care for older adults and quality and safety of emergency department care and transitions home for vulnerable older adults.