OUZ's Schaumleffel inducted into nursing honor society Carol Schaumleffel, Lecturer of Nursing and Nursing Laboratory Coordinator at Ohio University Zanesville, was recently inducted into Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing. To be a candidate for the honor society, nursing professionals must demonstrate achievement in nursing and be a nurse leader in the field. Schaumleffel obtained her associate and bachelor degrees in nursing from University of Rio Grande and her master’s in nursing education from Walden University. Schaumleffel is a registered nurse with 24 years of experience in critical care, radiology nursing, and school nursing and is currently enrolled in the Ohio University Doctorate of Nursing Practice program. Prior to joining Ohio University Zanesville, she served as nursing instructor jobs online a licensed school nurse and trainer for New Lexington Schools, was a staff nurse, a clinical instructor, and worked at the Muskingum valley Educational Service Center as a Wellness Nurse for the after school program. In addition to teaching nursing and supervising the nursing laboratory, Schaumleffel serves the nursing profession as a volunteer for Genesis Healthcare System’s Hospice Program, and serves as a board member for Residential, a non-profit provider of housing for the mentally disabled, and as a board member for the Perry County Board of Health. She is also a certified CPR/first aid instructor for the American Health & Safety Institute and an Ohio Department of Education Licensed School Nurse. “I am excited to a part of such a prestigious organization and have the ability to connect with other nurse leaders throughout the world,” said Schaumleffel of the honor.
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