Laura Mylott, PhD, RN

Clinical Professor & Director, Nursing Administration: Leadership for Innovative Healthcare
  • School of Nursing

Office: 207G Robinson Hall
Phone: 617.373.3324
Email: l.mylott@neu.edu

Education and Training:
PhD   Nursing-Boston College, Boston, MA
MSN  Nursing-Yale University, New Haven, CT
BSN   Nursing-Salve Regina University, Newport, RI

Board Certifications:
Registered Nurse

Research Interests:
Narrative pedagogy; Transition to practice

Selected Publications:
Thabault, P., Mylott, L., Patterson, A. (2015). Describing a residency program for newly graduated nurse practitioners in retail health. Journal of Professional Nursing. 31, 3, May-June. p 226.

Mulready-Schick, J., Flanagan, K. M., Banister, G. E., Mylott, L., Curtain, L. (2013). Evaluating dedicated education units for clinical education quality. Journal of Nursing Education, 52, 11, 602-614.

Glazer, G., Ives Erikson, J, Mylott, L., Mulready-Schick, J., Banister, G. (2011). Partnering and  leadership core requirements for developing a dedicated education unit.  JONA, 41, 10, 401-406.

Mulready-Shick, J. Kafel, K.W. Banister, G., Mylott, L. (2009). Enhancing quality and safety competency development at the unit level: An initial evaluation of student learning and clinical teaching on dedicated education unit. Journal of Nursing Education.

Areas of Expertise:
Organizational nursing leadership, quality care improvement methods and safety;  transition to practice/role transition; innovation in practice

Honors & Awards: 
Distinguished Scholar and Fellow, National Academies of Practice – 2013

Academic Early Career Award, Massachusetts Association of Colleges of Nursing “Using First Person Narratives To Develop Clinical Reasoning in Newly Graduates Nurses In Critical Care” – 2006

Professional and Community Service: 
American Nurses Association, 2012-present
National Academies of Practice, 2011-present
American Organization of Nurse Executives, 2011-present
Organization of Nurse Leaders: MA & RI, 2011-present
National Association of Clinical Nurse Specialists, 2008-2012
American Association of Critical Care Nurses, 1995-present
Eastern Nursing Research Society, 1996-present
Sigma Theta Tau, Gamma Epsilon Chapter, Boston, MA, 1998-present