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Viktoriya Fridman, DNP, RN, ANP-BC


Clinical Professor

Coordinator, DNP Program


Telephone: 212-396-7106

Office: Brookdale Campus, W511


Dr. Viktoriya Fridman is an adult nurse practitioner and clinical professor at Hunter College School of Nursing. She has a deep understanding of evidence-based nursing along with expertise that allows her to prepare nursing students to practice at the highest level of the profession. Her scholarly areas of interest, publications, and presentations focus on functional decline, early mobility, falls prevention, delirium, and transitional care across the continuum in hospitalized older adults’ population. Through her 16 years of experience, she enhanced the efficiency of adult and geriatric patient healthcare through direct care, consultation, quality improvement, research, and education in acute care and outpatient practice settings. Before joining Hunter College School of Nursing, she spent seven years leading the Nurses Improving Care for Healthsystem Elders (NICHE) program at Maimonides Medical Center in Brooklyn, New York. In this role she provided extensive educational activities for nursing and medical team members. Her teaching experience within acute care settings, clinical expertise and strong communication skills enable her to exhibit strong teaching methodologies and provide high quality nursing education to promote healthcare through research, scholarship and service.

Her clinical expertise is in primary care with extensive experience in the specialty of medical dermatology. As a doctorally-prepared adult-nurse practitioner, she cares primarily for adults with various dermatological conditions while focusing on health promotion, disease prevention/management, wellness, and episodic care. Dr. Fridman is committed to providing care that is that is based on the latest evidence-based medical information available, taking into consideration the holistic patient care approach. Her goal is to support students in developing strong clinical and educational foundations essential for life-long learning, evidence-based practice in advanced nursing, and improved health outcomes of adult and geriatric populations.



DNP, Nursing (Health Systems Administration), Seton Hall University, 2017

MS, Adult Health Nurse Practitioner, State University of New York at Stony Brook, 2008

BS, Nursing, Hunter College, CUNY, 2001


Honors and Awards

DNP Scholarly Project Award, Seton Hall University College of Nursing, 2017

Evidence-Based Practice Award, 5th Annual Nursing Research Conference, Maimonides Medical Center, 2017

Advanced Nursing Practice Award recipient, Maimonides Medical Center, 2014

Honorable Mention Award recipient, 14th Annual NICHE Conference, 2011