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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
Clinical Assistant Professor

Innovation in instructional technology






Administrative Specialist I – HR & Facilities



sheila taylor
Sheila Taylor
DNP, RN
Clinical Assistant Professor

Simulated fetal monitor app, transforming education through technology





Translation Science



Administrative Specialist I – HR & Facilities




Tamara Bland
DNP, APRN, CPNP-PC
Clinical Associate Professor

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





Julie Bonom
DNP, CRNA
Clinical Associate Professor

Professional advocacy and health policy, simulation, substance abuse





Sharon Davis
DNP, WHNP-BC
Clinical Assistant Professor

Motivational interviewing, science of addiction, health policy




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

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






Administrative Specialist I – HR & Facilities




Caregiving



Administrative Specialist I – HR & Facilities




Outcomes Population Health


Terrica Durbin
DNP, PhD(c)
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