For Immediate Release

Second Annual Distinguished Nursing Lecture Held at Sinai Hospital of Baltimore

Nurse share invaluable ideas and good conversation thanks to a nursing icon

Baltimore, MD - Sinai Hospital recently hosted the 2017 Distinguished Nursing Lecture made possible through the generosity of Mary. S. Tilbury, EdD, RN, NEA-BC, a former Sinai Hospital board member and a national leader in nursing administration education.

About 165 nurses and nursing students from around the Baltimore/DC region attended the lecture and received CE credit.

The speaker was Dorrie K. Fontaine, RN, PhD, FAAN, and the topic was "Developing Resilience Through Compassionate Care: A Strategy That May Reduce Burnout.”

In addition to nurses from around the area, Dr. Jonathan Ringo, the president of Sinai, also attended the lecture and thanked Dr. Tilbury for making such a best-practices premier event possible. A reception was held after the lecture.

Barbara Brady, PhD, RN, CNS, APN
Cheryl Dumont, PhD, RN, CRNI
Jekira Jackson, BSN, RN, II
Laurel Johnson, BSN, RN, I
Emily Millett, BSN, RN, I
Irnise Williams, BSN, RN, I, JD

Advisor: Mary Etta Mills, PhD, FAAN

Sinai Hospital of Baltimore is part of LifeBridge Health, one of the largest and most comprehensive health providers in Maryland. In addition to Sinai Hospital, LifeBridge Health also includes Northwest Hospital, Carroll Hospital, Levindale Hebrew Geriatric Center and Hospital, and other related subsidiaries and affiliates.


Helene King