Phi Pi Chapter 
Chamberlain College of Nursing
Sigma Theta Tau International​

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Congratulations Cleveland on your first Induction!


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Successful Miramar, Fl induction

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Successful Columbus Induction

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​Successful Arlington Induction


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Successful Atlanta Induction


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STTI selected the Phi Pi Chapter Website as the January 2014 Chapter Website of the Month! Nominations are accepted at chapserv@stti.org. 


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Showcase of Regional Excellence-Congratulations Phi Pi Chapter!




Rising Stars in Sigma Theta Tau International

I was so excited to have my photo taken with the Rising Stars from Chamberlain!  I am loving this Leadership Connection!



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Showcase of Regional Excellence Award

The Phi Pi Chapter has won the Showcase of Regional Excellence award for Transformation by supporting nursing students education in Haiti!

Successful Event with Dr. Cynthia Clark in Columbus Presenting on Civility.

Pictures from the Phi Pi Civility event in Columbus. Click link below.

Phi Pi Columbus Teams Up with Homefull

Dear Esteemed Phi Pi Members,


Phi Pi President Taryn Hill, teamed up with the Chamberlain College of Nursing Student Nurses Association for collection of items to support clients of Homefull. Homefull is a non-profit organization that helps homeless people find homes and jobs. The kits that were collected and provided to Homefull include important household items such as cleaning supplies, mops and brooms, hygiene supplies, and bedding. The picture you see here is of boxes turned into collection devices that were made to look like homes. Please join me in thanking the CCN-NSNA for their hard work in completing this much needed project.

Taryn Hill, PhD, RN
Phi Pi Chapter President
Sigma Theta Tau International
Taryn Hill, PhD, RN

Nurses’ Day at the Statehouse, Columbus, Ohio Campus

Twenty five Collaborative Health students along with Phi Pi Chapter President, Dr. Taryn Hill, faculty members and Lab Specialists attended an interactive learning and dialogue session with Ohio legislators to discuss issues that are important to nursing in Ohio. Campus President, Dr. Judy Kimchi-Woods delivered a speech about the seamless educational progression that Chamberlain offers and announced Shine On: Nurses in Art exhibition initiative with the Columbus Museum of Art slated for 2015. Presentation topics included, mandatory nurse to patient rations, higher education in nursing, allowing Advance Practice Nurses to practice to the level of education and training, increasing penalty for violence against health care workers, and Medicaid and Medicare reimbursement for advanced practice nurses. This day allowed students and faculty the opportunity to learn about important advancements in legislation that impacts nursing practice. I encourage all of you to be aware of legislation in your state that affects the profession of nursing.

Taryn Hill, PhD, RN
Phi Pi Chapter President
Sigma Theta Tau International

Research Assistance Request

I am contacting you because I am a member of the Pi Epsilon chapter of Sigma Theta Tau and am a nurse educator completing a doctoral program. I am presently recruiting participants for a qualitative study describing the transition into practice experience of new nurses with learning disabilities. I am hoping you might be able to post something to your chapter’s website so that I can connect with this group of new nurses who are often hidden among us. I have Regis College IRB approval and the study is confidential.
The interview should take about 45 minutes and there is no cost to you other than your time. As a gesture of appreciation you will receive a $10 coffee gift card for your participation.
All information is confidential.
If interested please email me at newnursesstudy@gmail.com
or visit the Nurses with Learning Disabilities Facebook page.
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Nurses-with-Learning-Disabilities/426144760823105
Thank you for your time.

Michelle Colleran Cook, MS, RN
Assistant Professor
Regis College
Weston, Massachusetts 02493

Phi Pi Addison Campus Presentation "Simpler than BP"

Alex Johnson, CNS from Cadence Health, spoke to several Sigma Theta Tau student and faculty members at the Addison campus on January 15, 2014. The topic was ‘Simpler that BP’, a discussion and case study reviewing fluid balance in critically ill patients. Click on link below.

Columbus Campus Homefull

The Phi Pi Chapter of Sigma Theta Tau International has teamed up with the Columbus Campus CCN-SNA to collect items for Homefull, a non-profit organization that helps serve the Dayton, OH area Homeless population. See details in link below.

Phi Pi Chamberlain Student Sarah Turner Helps Kenyan Man

The generosity and ingenuity of one Phi Pi’s Chamberlain students changed the life of a man half a world away.

Sarah Turner, a student at the Phoenix campus, was participating in the International Nursing Service Project to Kenya in May. She met a man who had been hit by a truck. Unable to pay for medical treatment, he had been living with a broken femur for a full year. The procedure to correct the fracture cost $500 – far more than his family could afford.

Turner decided to launch a crowd sourcing initiative to raise the money from her Facebook friends. Within a few short days, the kindness of strangers had translated into enough money to repair the man’s broken femur and get him on a path to recovery.

For more about Sarah’s mission, click the link below and view “Giving Back Beyond Our Borders.”

December 2013 Phi Pi Business Meeting

Click below to view the PowerPoint for the December 2013 Phi Pi Business Meeting

Deborah Eti: 2013 Top 20 Texas Nurses

Congratulations to Phi Pi's Deborah Eti, MSN, RN, assistant professor at the Houston campus, who was named one of the 2013 Top 20 Nurses by the Texas Nurses Association District 9. She was honored at the annual Nursing Celebration dinner on November 7th.

Phi Pi CCN Faculty Present at 2013 DeVry Healthcare Conference in St. Maarten

Please join me in congratulating Daniel Ampomah (Phi Pi campus counselor), Carolyn Sipes, and Julie Cassells (Phi Pi campus counselor) for the presentation of their work at the 2013 DeVry Healthcare Conference in St. Maarten, a beautiful island in the Caribbean. Congratulations!(See link below for Picture)

Taryn Hill, PhD, RN
Phi Pi Chapter President
Sigma Theta Tau International (STTI)
Chamberlain College of Nursing

Phi Pi Chapter Officers & Counselors

Updated 11.25.2013

Jacksonville Fall 2013 Induction Photos

Rachel Choudhury Elected to Leadership Succession Committee

Greetings Honored Phi Pi Members

On November 19, 2013, Rachel Choudhury, Phi Pi chapter member, from Chamberlain College of Nursing was elected to the Leadership Succession Committee of Sigma Theta Tau International (STTI) for a four year term. Rachel has held various leadership roles that will enable her to support the mission and vision of STTI, in a manner that will benefit all members. She has been a member of STTI for 12 years.

Rachel’s leadership positions include, but are not limited to, 2010 Mentor of the Year award for the Columbus, Ohio Chapter of the Oncology Nursing Society (ONS); 2012 National League for Nursing (NLN) LEAD participant; and the 2010-2012 Chapter President Rho Omicron, Mount Carmel College of Nursing, STTI. Beyond her leadership roles, she is a dedicated and committed member of STTI. She holds membership in Phi Pi, where she has been of great support in planning and volunteering for events within the Columbus Consortium.

In her new role, Rachel will be working with a committee to ensure the highest qualified members are represented on the STTI board of directors. Please join me in congratulating, Rachel Choudhury.

Taryn Hill, PhD, RN
Phi Pi Chapter President, Sigma Theta Tau International (STTI)
Chamberlain College of Nursing


Houston Fall 2013 Induction Photos

Rising Stars of scholarship and research:Kerry Asbel, MSN, RN

Kerry Asbel, MSN, RN submitted a poster presentation for the 42nd Biennial Convention, Indianapolis, Indiana. Her poster, entitled Methods for Teaching Across the Gender Gap, was viewed by over 2,000 nurses in attendance. She is one of our Chamberlain Rising Stars of scholarship and research. We are very proud of her!

Taryn Hill, PhD, RN
Phi Pi Chapter President, Sigma Theta Tau International (STTI), Chamberlain College of Nursing

Shining Rising Star! Myria Taylor, MSN, RN, RAC-CT

Honored Phi Pi Members,

Please join me in congratulating Myria Taylor, MSN, RN, RAC-CT for her poster presentation at Sigma Theta Tau’s 42 Biennial Convention. Myria’s presentation, Making Clickers Click in the Classroom, was well received by more than 2,000 nurses in attendance. She is truly a Shining Rising Star!

Taryn Hill, PhD, RN
Phi Pi Chapter President, Sigma Theta Tau International (STTI), Chamberlain College of Nursing

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