Cathlyn Robinson, MSN, RN, CEN
Nursing Education Award
This award recognizes a nurse who has made significant contributions to the education of colleagues, nursing students, EMS personnel, patients, families and/or the community through the publication of articles, formal or informal courses or the development of a specific emergency nursing program or curriculum..
Cathlyn Robinson has been a RN for 28 years. As an emergency nurse for over 25 years, Cathlyn has worked as a staff nurse and clinical education specialist in EDs in Canada and the US and was a CNS in trauma for seven years. Cathlyn is a TNCC and ENPC course director and teaches ACLS and Stop the Bleed. She is a leader in the ORO (Opioid Reduction Options) initiatives with the NJ-HA, as a speaker and has spoken at conferences at the local, state, national, and international level. Cathlyn currently works as a clinical education specialist in the EDs of St. Joseph’s Health and is interested in comprehensive education programs for the novice to expert emergency nurse, in simulation in education and advanced ED and trauma care. Cathlyn has mentored many RNs in her EDs to become certified as emergency nurses and has been involved in the New Jersey ENA as a speaker and delegate. When not at work, Cathlyn is kept busy by her family and serves as a parish nurse in her Episcopalian church.