Kelly has been a Family Nurse Practitioner since 2006 working in both urban and rural family practice. She has been teaching Nurse Practitioner students since 2011. Kelly finished her Doctor of Nursing Practice degree in December 2018 through the University of Kansas School of Nursing and completed her BSN and MSN at the University of Missouri-Columbia. Her DNP project focus is on a primary care provider NAFLD toolkit to improve evidence based practice of the condition.
- Teaching responsibilities
N7210 Advanced Pathophysiology (on campus & online)
N7268.01, 02, and 03 FNP Clinical Experience (on campus track)
N7250 Advanced Clinical Assessment (on campus track)
Non alcoholic fatty liver disease toolkit for Primary Care Providers
- Degree Certifications
- DNP, University of Kansas School of Nursing (2018)
- Health Professions Educator Certificate, University of Kansas School of Nursing (2018)
- MS(N) Family Nurse Practitioner, University of Missouri-Columbia School of Nursing (2006)
- BSN, University of Missouri-Columbia School of Nursing (2001)
- FNP certification by American Nurses Credentialing Center
- ACLS/BLS certification by American Heart Association
Nurses are at a higher risk of suicide and are more likely to have experienced a job problem prior to taking their lives compared to others in the general population, a prominent researcher in the field said here.
COLUMBUS, Ohio – The National Forum for Heart Disease & Stroke Prevention honored The Ohio State University College of Nursing with the 2019 Heart Healthy Stroke Free award to recognize the college’s exceptional leadership and collaboration to carry out the national Public Health Action Plan to Prevent Heart Disease and Stroke.