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Kathy Malloch is a clinical professor and senior faculty member in the Master of Healthcare Innovation program in the College of Nursing and Health Innovation.
Kara Mangold (DNP, RN-BC, CCTN, CNE) is an instructor with the College of Nursing and Health Innovation at Arizona State University.
Jennifer Mensik is the executive director of nursing, medicine, and pharmacy programs for OnCourse Learning and faculty for Arizona State University College of Nursing and Health Innovation DNP and undergraduate programs.
Carol Moffett's nursing experience has been primarily focused on work in the community setting, as a home health nurse, and in public health nursing. She is currently working in the research setting at NIH.
Diann Muzyka is a clinical associate professor and director RN-BSN Program. Her research interests include student learning and health promotion in adults.
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.
Janet O’Brien teaches in Health Innovation and coordinates the Bachelor of Health Innovation programs and standardized patient clinical exams. Her research interests include competency assessment using simulation.
Michael Todd is a collaborating statistician who works primarily on externally-funded research projects aimed at testing models of psychological well-being, health behaviors, and health outcomes.
Johannah Uriri-Glover is a clinical associate professor in the College of Nursing and Health Innovation at Arizona State University.
Donna Velasquez has been a registered nurse for more than 40 years and a family nurse practitioner since 1985. Her scholarship is focused on DNP education and outcomes.
Rita Wermers is a nurse practitioner in the College of Nursing and Health Solutions at Arizona State University. She is presently with ASU Health Services and teaches ASU courses: Nursing 360, Nursing 495 and Nursing 460.
Margaret Yancy's research interests include diabetes and adolescent healthcare. She received her D.N.P. from ASU in 2008.
Dr. Youngstedt is a professor in CONHI and Health Solutions at ASU, and at the Phoenix VA. His research focuses on non-pharmacologic treatments for sleep and circadian rhythm disorders, and hazards of long sleep.
Andrew Alberts has seven years of ICU RN experience in medical ICU, neuro ICU, and neuro Trauma ICU and more than two years of clinical faculty experience.
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