St. Thomas University , United States
Title Of Presentation :
Reduction in Call Light Response Time in the Improvement of Patient Safety and Satisfaction in the Elderly Population
Andrew Menyonga and his route to nursing might be a little weird. Before getting into the nursing profession, he was an engineer with a master degree in mechanical engineering, a profession he practiced and loved for about 20 years. His journey into nursing started at the very bottom by obtaining his Licensed Practice Nurse (LPN) certificate in 2000 from Mercy Hospital School of Nursing in Miami, then moved onto an Associate’s degree in nursing ( RN) from Miami Dade College Florida, in 2004 and then proceeded straight to his MSN from University of Phoenix in 2010. After working for a little while he advanced to Chamberlain College of Nursing (one of the oldest nursing colleges in the USA), where he obtained his Doctorate in nursing practice (DNP) degree in 2016. Experience wise, he have experience in Med-Surg, ICU and long term care. He is currently an assistant Professor of nursing at St. Thomas University, a Catholic institution in Miami Florida (USA).