Miyamoto to be inducted as American Academy of Nursing fellow
UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — Sheridan Miyamoto, assistant professor of nursing and principal investigator of the SAFE-T Center, will be inducted as a Fellow of the American Academy of Nursing (AAN). Miyamoto will be formally recognized during the academy’s annual conference held virtually Oct. 29-31.
Fellowship in the academy reflects the nominee’s contribution to education, management, practice, policy and research. Additionally, fellows are integral to the academy’s goal of transforming America’s health system. Collectively, the fellows improve the public’s overall health and wellness through their influence of the nursing profession and healthcare.
“Sheridan Miyamoto is a true example of a nurse leader, innovator and educator. I am very pleased that the AAN has recognized these qualities in Sheridan, one of the numerous outstanding faculty members that I am proud to have in the Penn State College of Nursing,” said Laurie Badzek, dean of the College of Nursing.