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    Kristen Fioravanti-Collette wins Nurse of The Year Award

    Baystate Children’s Hospital Nurse Wins in Pediatric/Family Medicine Category

    Natick, MA, December 03, 2012 —

    Kristen currently serves as the Clinical Nurse Educator in the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit at Baystate Children’s Hospital. For a decade she has dedicated herself to the profession and making a difference in the lives of patients and their families.

    She cares for patients at the bedside and also serves as an educator. As an educator she is responsible for the PICU nurses' continuing education, providing bedside education, annual validations, and is a mentor and team leader on QI projects in the unit.  Additionally, Kristen has developed a new graduate orientation program that has led to the success and sustainment of new graduate nurses in the PICU. Most recently, to improve staff engagement she has included the staff on many educational decisions and classes.