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DNP Faculty Areas of Interest

Quality care and improved health care outcomes have put evidence-based practice at the forefront of nursing. The DNP program prepares students with the skills needed to translate research into practice.

  • Population health
  • Complexity of health interventions
  • Determining best practices
  • Design and implementation of quality improvement initiatives
  • Measuring health care outcomes
  • Disseminating findings as scholarly practice

 

 

Technology

phillip moore
Phillip Moore
DNP, FNP-BC
TBSN & RN to BSN Chair, Clinical Asst Prof

Innovation in instructional technology






IT Technologist III





IT Technologist III




Translation Science



IT Technologist III




Tamara Bland
DNP, APRN, CPNP-PC
Clinical Assoc Prof

Adverse childhood experiences, immunizations, school-based health, interprofessional practice





Julie Bonom
DNP, CRNA
Clinical Associate Professor

Professional advocacy and health policy, simulation, substance abuse






IT Technologist III



Lizanne Elliott
Lizanne Elliott
DNP, RN, FNP-BC
Clinical Associate Professor

Diabetes intervention, serving the uninsured, change of provider standard of care






IT Technologist III




Caregiving



IT Technologist III




Outcomes Population Health


Terrica Durbin
DNP, PhD
Asst Dean, Grad Programs (ITM) & DNP Program Chair

Diversity and health disparities, professional advocacy, health policy




Karen Lasater
Karen M. Lasater
DNP, FNP-BC
Clinical Associate Professor

Academic community partners, clinical preceptors, serving the underserved