Candice Triulzi is a nursing instructor with a passion for the clinical setting and high-fidelity simulation. She is an alumna of Cizik School of Nursing at UTHealth, where she earned her BSN, MSN in Nursing Administration and Leadership, and where she now pursues her PhD in Nursing. Also, Triulzi holds specialty certification in Neonatal Intensive Care from the National Certification Corporation. In the clinical setting, Triulzi has experience as an RN in the Neonatal ICU, as a clinical manager of Children’s Services and, most recently, as the Magnet Program Manager at a Magnet facility.
Triulzi also earned a BS in Communication from the University of Miami in 2007.
She has received numerous awards, including the Healthcare and Nursing Education Foundation (HNEF) Scholarship, the Joyce Standish Scholarship and selection as a PARTNERS BSN and MSN Scholar. Triulzi was inducted into the Sigma Theta Tau Honor Society, where she received the Sigma Theta Tau Zeta Pi Chapter’s Master’s Student Award in 2014.
As a strong advocate for quality improvement in the healthcare setting, Triulzi has presented her quality improvement work to reduce antibiotic utilization in the NICU nationally at the Vermont Oxford Network Quality Congress.