Angela Babaev has completed her Doctorate Nursing Practice (DNP) at Drexel University USA. Dr. Babaev, an RN & Clinical Nurse Specialist (CNS) in Maternal Child Health (MCH) received her Masters of Science in Nursing (MSN) from Leahman college and Bachelor of Sience (BS) in Health Administration from St. Joseph College in New York. Currently she is the Assistant Vise President Education & Nursing Recruitement at SBH Bronx Health System New York. Babaev is a recepient of the Jonas Center for Nursing & Veterans Healthcare Award scholarship. As a Director of Beatrice Renfield Nursing Research and Education department at Mount Sinai Beth Israel (MSBI) hospital piloted first and subsequent annual MSBI Nursing Research Days and Poster Presentation Events. Served as Chair of the research committee at MSBI and a Judge at Nursing NLN1199 RN Symposium in New York 2016/2017. Dr. Babaev is a member of AONE, ANPD & STTI associations. Lecturer of PIN - Program for International Nurses she has made significant conribution to the curiculim development, PIN course implementation and served as primary instructor of NCLEX comprehensive review course for NCLEX RN licensure examination in collaboration with the Metropolitan Jewish Council, LaGuardia Community College and Philips Beth Israel Nursing School funded by the Baron De Hirsh Foundation. Proffessor Babaev served on the panel of item writing/item review, established a recommended minimum standard of English proficiency specific to entry level nursing (TOEFL).
Nursing leadership style specifically use of Transformational leadership in the delivery of care and impact of Nurse Leader Rounds relaited to patient experience. Additionally interested in exploring the novice nurse transition from a student role to a professional role in a hospital setting.