Magnet program director,
NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center
Rhoda Redulla, DNP, RN, NPD-BC is an innovative nurse leader, book author and blogger (beagreatnurse.com). She has been a strong voice in nursing professional development, evidence-based practice (EBP), and policy, shaping the global elevation of nursing practice. She has over two decades of experience leading organizations in all aspects of the Magnet Recognition Program® and nursing professional organizations, at the local, national and international levels. She is a published author of two books, Fast Facts: Making the Most of Your Career in Nursing and The Nurse Journal, a first-of-its-kind guided journal for nurses to spark joy, positivity and resilience. Rhoda Redulla is currently the Magnet Program Director at NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center, a top 4 hospital in the United States. She is also an Assistant Professor for Columbia University School of Nursing’s Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) and Contributing Faculty for Walden University’s PhD and DNP programs
Dr. Redulla is the chair of the Education Committee of the Society of Gastroenterology Nurses & Associates (SGNA) and leads the development, implementation, and evaluation of the educational nursing agenda at the national level. She has disseminated widely through over 60 podium presentations, books, book chapters, and articles. She has published a book in nursing professional development and authored chapters in six key resources in gastroenterology nursing, including the SGNA Core Curriculum, a primary reference for GI nursing certification. Seeing the experiences of fellow nurses during the COVID-19 pandemic inspired Rhoda Redulla to create “The Nurse Journal”, a guided journal specially created for nurses to chronicle their career narrative.
She has mentored over 700 nurses and nursing students in translating evidence into practice and published numerous Cochrane nursing evidence reviews. She developed a novel nurse-driven pathway in Hepatitis C management and created a training workshop on Hepatitis C care with national impact through SGNA to 240 organizations. She has presented in national and international forums, including the Nursing Times' Directors' Congress, WHO/Public Health England Conference, and Philippine Nurses Association Region 1 Annual Convention.
Rhoda Redulla completed her Doctor of Nursing Practice degree at Johns Hopkins University (with honors), Post Master’s Certificate in Nursing Education, at the University of Pennsylvania, Master of Arts in Teaching Nursing and Bachelor of Science in Nursing (cum laude) at the University of Northern Philippines. She is proud of her Filipino-American heritage, an active member of the PNAA and PNANJ, and a long-time volunteer of the Red Cross and her local church.