Denise M. Korniewicz, PhD.RN,FAAN
Denise Korniewicz, PhD, RN, FAAN Consultant ATI Nursing Education Dr. Korniewicz is an educational consultant with Nursing Education & Strategy at Assessment Technologies Institute. She holds PhD. in Nursing and has been involved in the development of outcomes based clinical practice education. She has held a has a variety positions in higher education including Director of Adult Health, Associate Dean for Academics, Senior Associate Dean for Research and most recently Dean of a College of Nursing. Dr. Korniewicz has played an active role in curriculum development for undergraduate and graduate programs with emphasis on the development of outcomes based educational competencies. Throughout her career, Dr. Korniewicz has been instrumental in the development of mentoring faculty to use innovative teaching strategies, revision of curriculum, and the development of educational grants for new program development. She has worked with all levels of programs on revising their curricula and integrating current initiatives such as the QSEN, NLN competencies and BSN Essentials. Additionally, she has had experience with the development and preparation of programs to meet the required professional accreditation standards. Dr. Korniewicz is a recognized national nurse leader. She has presented at numerous nursing and inter-professional conferences about the importance of outcomes-based education and evidence based practice techniques. She was instrumental in the initial development of the American Nurses Association’s Nurse Quality Indicators to assess nursing outcomes in clinical practice. Dr. Korniewicz has numerous publications associated with safe nursing practice, infection control, evidence-based research and quality patient care. She has served as an editorial reviewer for several peer-reviewed journals and has been member of several national panels associated with research, leadership, patient safety and outcomes based patient care. Dr. Korniewicz recently presented at the 27th International Nursing Research Conference on the “Preferablel Future for Nursing Curricula,” in Capetown, South Africa.