Tony Ramsey, director of the School of Nursing in the Waldron College of Health and Human Services, will be recognized with a Leadership Excellence Award as a nurse educator at the annual Virginia Nurses Foundation (VNF) Gala on Saturday, Sept. 28, in Richmond.
"It means a lot to me that my teaching has made a difference to my students," said Ramsey, who was nominated by Ellen Linkenhoker, director of clinical education and magnet at LewisGale Montgomery. "This honor comes as a surprise and is testament to the great partnerships we have with all the hospitals in our area."
The theme of the VNF Gala is “Every Nurse a Leader" and Ramsey will join four others in the VNF's first class of VNF Leadership Excellence Award winners for nurse education leadership throughout Virginia. As a nurse educator, Ramsey is being honored for his commitment to the advancement of nursing knowledge.
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