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Keys to Success:
Preparing Faculty
Cheryl Cummings Stegbauer, PhD, APN
Associate Dean for Academic Programs
& Director DNP...
Build on Strengths: Culture
• Health Science Campus
• Culture of graduate education for health sciences
• Clinical resourc...
Build on Strengths: History
• Identify what you do well
• Primary Care
• Acute Care
• Public Health
Build on Strengths: Faculty
• Identify Current & Future Leaders
• Value Practice
• Hold national APN board certification &...
UTHSC Strengths: Culture
• 2000 Students
• 7 Colleges
• Allied Health
• Dentistry
• Health Science
Engineering
• Medicine
...
UTHSC Strengths: History
• Health Science Center
• 100 year history
• 1950 BSN
• 1972 Master’s
• 1988 PhD
• 1999 Practice ...
Strengths: History & Faculty
• Preparing master’s APNs 30 years
• Diverse programs of faculty practice
provide a resource ...
UTHSC DNP Tracks
• Administration
• Acute Care
• Forensics
• Mental Health
• Primary Care
• Public Health
Faculty
• Dr. Wendy Likes Class of
2005
• FNP & APN
• GYN Oncology
• Publication: JMST Female
Sexual Function
• 1st
Nurse ...
Faculty
• Dr. Carol Thompson
• FNP, ACNP, CNS
• PhD Case Western
• Practice ER VAMC
• Active National
Leadership Acute Car...
Faculty
• Dr. Margaret Hartig
• FNP
• Active in Local, State,
& National NP groups
• FNP Coordinator
Faculty
• Dr. Pat Cunningham
• CNS, FNP
• State, National
Leadership Mental
Health
• Active Practice
• PsychFNP Option
Faculty
• Dr. Craig Stotts
• FNP
• DrPH Univ. of Texas
• Public Health
Coordinator
Faculty
• Dr. Susan Patton
• PNP, FNP
• Pediatric practice
• Active National
Leadership IAFN
• Forensic Nursing
Coordinator
Faculty
• Dr. Leslie McKeon
• CNL Leadership
• Leadership with
practice partners
• Administration
Coordinator
Strengths: Mission & Commitment
• To Prepare Nurse Leaders for Excellence
Today and Tomorrow
• Faculty committed to excell...
2010 Vision
• 1999 Admitted to practice doctorate
• 65 Graduates of the Practice Doctorate
• 2005 Admitted DNP/PhD 2005
• ...
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  1. 1. Keys to Success: Preparing Faculty Cheryl Cummings Stegbauer, PhD, APN Associate Dean for Academic Programs & Director DNP Program University of Tennessee Health Science Center College of Nursing
  2. 2. Build on Strengths: Culture • Health Science Campus • Culture of graduate education for health sciences • Clinical resources • Science resources • Interprofessional experiences • School of Public Health • Liberal Arts • Broader graduate course resources • Business school
  3. 3. Build on Strengths: History • Identify what you do well • Primary Care • Acute Care • Public Health
  4. 4. Build on Strengths: Faculty • Identify Current & Future Leaders • Value Practice • Hold national APN board certification & state APN license • Local and National leadership • Clinical experts with current practice • Expert on Advanced Practice education • DNP Essentials • Regulation: Certification & Licensure
  5. 5. UTHSC Strengths: Culture • 2000 Students • 7 Colleges • Allied Health • Dentistry • Health Science Engineering • Medicine • Nursing • Pharmacy • Graduate Health Sciences
  6. 6. UTHSC Strengths: History • Health Science Center • 100 year history • 1950 BSN • 1972 Master’s • 1988 PhD • 1999 Practice Doctorate • APN Faculty Leaders
  7. 7. Strengths: History & Faculty • Preparing master’s APNs 30 years • Diverse programs of faculty practice provide a resource for clinical inquiry and practice • Most faculty hold advanced practice certification
  8. 8. UTHSC DNP Tracks • Administration • Acute Care • Forensics • Mental Health • Primary Care • Public Health
  9. 9. Faculty • Dr. Wendy Likes Class of 2005 • FNP & APN • GYN Oncology • Publication: JMST Female Sexual Function • 1st Nurse inducted as Fellow International Society for Study of Vulvovaginal Disease
  10. 10. Faculty • Dr. Carol Thompson • FNP, ACNP, CNS • PhD Case Western • Practice ER VAMC • Active National Leadership Acute Care • NIH Genetics Institute • Acute Care Coordinator
  11. 11. Faculty • Dr. Margaret Hartig • FNP • Active in Local, State, & National NP groups • FNP Coordinator
  12. 12. Faculty • Dr. Pat Cunningham • CNS, FNP • State, National Leadership Mental Health • Active Practice • PsychFNP Option
  13. 13. Faculty • Dr. Craig Stotts • FNP • DrPH Univ. of Texas • Public Health Coordinator
  14. 14. Faculty • Dr. Susan Patton • PNP, FNP • Pediatric practice • Active National Leadership IAFN • Forensic Nursing Coordinator
  15. 15. Faculty • Dr. Leslie McKeon • CNL Leadership • Leadership with practice partners • Administration Coordinator
  16. 16. Strengths: Mission & Commitment • To Prepare Nurse Leaders for Excellence Today and Tomorrow • Faculty committed to excellence and progress • Faculty comfort with change & risk • Wisdom for timing • Leadership prepared to guide
  17. 17. 2010 Vision • 1999 Admitted to practice doctorate • 65 Graduates of the Practice Doctorate • 2005 Admitted DNP/PhD 2005 • 2 students http://www.aacn.nche.edu/DNP/pdf/conf/Stakeho • 2006 CNL 2006 with Practice Partners • 2010 All MSN APN programs to DNP
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