Linda Norman

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Linda Norman

DSN, RN, FANN, Dean, Vanderbilt University School of Nursing

Linda Norman, eighth Dean of Vanderbilt University School of Nursing, has been active in nursing practice and nursing education for over four decades. She is recognized as a national and international leader in nursing and health profession education. Dr. Norman has spearheaded curricular innovations ranging from blended learning, interdisciplinary education, quality improvement, disaster management and doctoral distance learning. Dr. Norman continues to publish in established journals and has been responsible for more than $7.5 million in external funding in support of pioneering curriculum designs. A sought-after consultant in curriculum and evaluation, she served as the director of evaluation at the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Northwest Health Foundation and Partners Investing in Nursing’s Future Program. She has been actively engaged as a co-investigator on several of the Buerhaus research teams related to nursing workforce issues. In 2004, she was recognized for her myriad contributions to the field by being inducted as a fellow in the American Academy of Nursing. Dr. Norman serves on various professional committees such as the American Academy of Nursing Corporate & Foundation Development Task Force, the American Association of Colleges of Nursing/National Organization of Nurse Practitioner Faculty Joint Advisory Committee and Deans’ Nursing Policy Coalition. She is an accreditation site visitor for the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges and is a board member for local agencies of Alive Hospice and the Tennessee Center for Health Workforce Development.

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