Reezena H. Malaska

Dr. Reezena H. Malaska, DNP, MSN, RN, CCRN

Florida, USA

Critical Care Educator/Clinical Instructor/Professor

About Dr. Reezena H. Malaska, Florida, USA

Dr. Reezena H. Malaska, MSN, RN, CCRN is a veteran Trauma Critical Care RN with over 30 years of nursing experience having worked in several specialties as a staff nurse in Canada and the USA, more recently as Critical Care Educator, nursing supervisor, interim manager of Perinatal department & manager of Coronary Care unit. In academia she has worked as a Visiting Professor, Clinical Instructor, and Educator for the BSN/ADN/LPN programs having taught several specialties, concurrently working at the bedside to maintain her certifications. Reezena graduated Summa Cum Laude, Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) Healthcare Systems Leadership, Dec 2016 from Chamberlain University, College of Nursing; MSN from American Sentinel University; BSN, Deaconess College of Nursing; critical care certification (CCRN), AACN, and nurse training (RGN) from Oxford Brookes University, Oxford, England. Reezena is an author with several peer-reviewed international journal publications and eradio blog interviews on various nursing issues with Inurse radio (International Nurses Association, 2015). She shares her knowledge and expertise as presenter at national and international nursing and healthcare conferences having served as Moderator & Organizing Committee Member. She mentors/coach for SyncOpp and a monthly nursing blog writer for Pharmaceutical Strategies, Boston. She serves on the editorial board for Ordu Universiti Journal of Nursing Studies, Turkey; Journal of Nursing Research and Practice; and JOJ Nursing and Healthcare. Reezena gives back by being involved with international charitable work and loves to mentor, coach, and tutor the new generation of nurses and student nurses in her spare time.

Upcoming Conferences

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Theme: COVID-19 STRESS. How To Stay Focused, Grounded, Strong and Productive In This Global Crisis
Sept. 26th, 2020


Robyn Nelson, PhD, MS, RN
Robyn Nelson, PhD, MS, RN
California, USA
Dean, College of Nursing and Professor West Coast University, California, USA
Dr. Oara Neumann
Dr. Oara Neumann
Texas, USA
Research Scientist at Rice University, Texas, USA
Dr. CecIle Jugroot
Dr. Cecile Malardier-Jugroot
Ontario, Canada
Professor of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering and VP Research, Royal Military College of Canada, Kingston, Ontario
Dr Clare Hoskins
Dr Clare Hoskins
United Kingdom
Reader at University of Strathclyde, UK
Samer Hussein, Ph.D.
Samer Hussein, Ph.D.
Québec, Canada
Professeur adjoint, Département de Biologie Moléculaire, Biochimie Médicale et Pathologie
Donald Davidoff
Dr. Donald Davidoff, Massachusetts, USA
Massachusetts, United States
Chief, Department of Neuropsychology at McLean Hospital, Assistant Professor Harvard Medical School
Dr. Jean-Yves Masson
Dr. Jean-Yves Masson
Quebec, Canada
Full Professor, Université Laval
Dr. Donna Hedges
Donna Hedges, PhD, MSN, MBA, CNE
Texas, USA
BSN Program Director at Galen College of Nursing-San Antonio, Texas
Adele Webb, PhD, RN, FNAP, FAAN
Executive Dean of Healthcare Initiatives at Capella University
Dr. Oliver J. Morgan, Professor Scranton, PA , Counseling & Human Services University of Scranton
Oliver J. Morgan, Ph.D., LMFT, MAC
Professor Scranton, PA , Counseling & Human Services University of Scranton
Dr. Hank Hill
Hank C. Hill, MD, Surgical Oncology
Florida, USA
Fellowship-Trained Surgical Oncologist Board Certified General Surgeon
Prof.Dr. Fusun Terzioglu (RN, Msc, PhD) Atilim University
Ankara Province, Turkey
Dean of Faculty of Health Science, Ankara, Turkey
Hilal Arnouk
Hilal Arnouk, MD, PhD
Chicago, USA
Assistant Professor at the Department of Pathology at Midwestern University
Reezena H. Malaska
Dr. Reezena H. Malaska, DNP, MSN, RN, CCRN
Florida, USA
Critical Care Educator/Clinical Instructor/Professor
Dr. Myron Szewczuk
Myron R. Szewczuk, Ph.D.
Ontario, Canada
Professor of Immunology, Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada

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