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Diana Jacobson designed the graduate pediatric curriculum for the Doctor of Nursing Practice program. She is a certified pediatric nurse practitioner with more than 20 years of primary care and community experience.
Beatrice Kastenbaum is clinical associate professor and coordinator in the College of Nursing and Health Solution's Simulation Program.
Lesly Kelly studies the role of nursing in patient outcomes in acute care; compassion fatigue; burnout; nursing workforce issues; and the effect of system and technology influences on nursing and patient outcomes.
Professor Krishnamurthi's main research interests include developing therapeutic interventions to preserve function (mobility and quality of life) in aging population, improve/restore function with neurological disorders.
Kimberly LaBronte is the specialty track coordinator for the Neonatal Nurse Practitioner Program. Her research interests include neonatal thermoregulation and physiologic stability of the very-low-birth-weight infant.
Gerri Lamb's research interests include nursing care delivery systems and patient outcomes with focus on nurse care coordination within and across settings, and interprofessional practice to improve healthcare environments.
Shelby Langer's research interests include dyadic communication and emotion regulation within the context of chronic illness, cancer survivorship and palliative care, cancer caregiving, parent-child dynamics in pediatric pain
Rebecca E. Lee is a community psychologist with 25 years of experience, currently leading SAGE: Sustainability via Active Garden Education (SAGE) to promote physical activity in in young Latino children (U01 MD010667-01).
Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner and Clinical Professor of Nursing at the ASU College of Nursingand Health Innovation Specialty Coordinator for the DNP in Women's Health Program
Virginia Livingston is a clinical instructor in the College of Nursing and Health Innovation. Her research interests include chronic illness, movement therapies and support groups, and alternative health.
Born in Papillion, Nebraska (suburb of Omaha), Kristin Lockwood is a community health clinical instructor with the College of Nursing and Health Innovation at Arizona State University. She joined ASU in 2016.
Kathleen LuPone is a clinical assistant professor in the College of Nursing and Health Innovation at Arizona State University.
Stacey Nseir is a nurse educator whose work includes an interest in leadership and management. She has a variety of research interests in thanatology, tai chi, and aging.
Diane Núñez research interests include older adult functional health, health promotion, behaviors in adults, strength training, arthritis and rheumatic diseases, nutrition and cancer prevention, and fall prevention.
Tim Porter–O’Grady's research interests include magnet effectiveness, shared governance, leader effectiveness, complex adpative systems, innovation, and primary care policy.
Judith is Assistant Clinical Professor in the college of Nursing and health innovation at ASU. Her work is in Diabetes with a focus on risk perception of developing diabetes complications among vulnerable Population.
Kimberly Radig provides primary care to individuals across the spectrum of ages from childhood to old age by providing health information and education, health maintenance, and by treating acute and chronic illnesses.
Nathalie Rennell is an instructor in the RN-BSN/CEP programs and on the honors faculty with the College of Nursing and Health Innovation at Arizona State University.
Lynda has a deep passion for nursing, and realizes the opportunities well-equipped nurses will have to change the future of health care. Her teaching focus is in the areas of evidence-based practice and innovation leadership.
Heather M. Ross is a clinical assistant professor affiliated with the School for the Future of Innovation in Society (SFIS), College of Nursing and Health Innovation (CONHI), and Global Security Initiative (GSI).
Heidi Sanborn is Clinical Assistant Professor and Interim Director of the RN-BSN and Concurrent Enrollment Program (CEP) in the College of Nursing and Health Innovation at Arizona State University.
Cheryl Schmidt's research interests includes disaster preparedness of nursing students. She is also a member of the Research Committee of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs Veterans Emergency Management Evaluation Center
Sandra Shire's career in public health started with the U S Public Health Service. With the FDA, she was a reviewer and field investigator, reviewing new products and clinical trials. She joined ASU in 2010.
My nursing degree has enabled me to work in a variety of locations, from Rhode Island to California, and in a number of specialty areas such as OB, Pediatrics, private physician's office and presently nursing education.
Carol Stevens' research interests include childhood obesity, cultural influences associated with children's health and healthy work environments for nurses.
Brenda Morris' research interests include: nursing education, clinical education, dedicated educational units, program development and evaluation, and critical thinking.