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Marysol Cacciata , MSN, RN, CCRN-K

University of California-Irvine

I am in my first year of PhD Nursing Science program at the University of California, Irvine. My research interest is on the physiological and psychological effects of exergaming among adult patients with heart failure. I have a Master of Science in Nursing, Leadership concentration and a bachelor’s degree in Nursing. Currently, I am the nursing research coordinator of a community hospital.…

Billy Caceres ,AGPCNP-BC, RN-BC

New York University

I am currently a part-time student in New York University’s (NYU) PhD in Nursing Research & Theory Development but will be completing my degree full-time as of fall 2014. I previously received a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science & Media Studies, a Bachelor of Science in Nursing and a Master of Science in the Adult/Gerontology Primary Care Nurse Practitioner program, all from New York University.…

Kathleen Paco Cadman , MSN, RN, RAC-CT, CNE

University of Nevada-Las Vegas

I am a second year PhD student in Nursing Education and the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. As a Registered Nurse my professional background is in global health. I have worked/lived in Guatemala, Honduras, India, Nepal, and China, done research in various regions of Africa, and traveled to 127 countries (so far). After completing my Masters of Nursing Education in 2012, I became a full time Assistant Professor of Nursing at Weber State University, where I currently teach undergraduate research and community health courses, as well as lead the WSU Interdisciplinary Global Health and Development Team.…

Courtney Caiola

Duke University

Paula Cairns , MSN, RN

University of South Florida

Paula Cairns is a first-year MS-PhD student at the University of South Florida. She was admitted into the doctoral program immediately after completing a Master of Science Nursing Education program at USF in 2015. Ms. Cairns’ initial research experience began at M.D. Anderson Cancer Center in the area of stem cell transplant research. Since 2011, she has worked as a Nurse Researcher with her mentor Dr.…

Maan Isabella Cajita

Johns Hopkins University

Ms. Cajita is a BSN-PhD student who graduated with high academic honors from University of Illinois at Chicago. She holds ANCC certifications in Cardiac-Vascular Nursing and Gerontological Nursing. She worked as a staff nurse on a Tele/Vent unit in a Magnet hospital in Illinois prior to moving to Baltimore. She is passionate about using nursing research to improve cardiovascular disease management practices, especially in the elderly population.

Kelly Calkins , MSN, RN, CCRN

University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

I received my Bachelor of Science in Nursing (2001) and my Masters of Science in Nursing as a Nurse Educator (2014) from the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh. I currently attend the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee’s PhD program. During my nursing career I have worked on a cardiac, pulmonary, renal floor, Intensive Care Unit, and Post Anesthesia Care Unit.…

Lindsey Camp , BSN, RN

Baylor University

My pursuit of a career in nursing came from a desire to choose a profession that would give me the skills and opportunities to have personal interaction with people and an opportunity to improve lives through healthcare. After graduating from the University of Arkansas with a BSN in 2011, I embarked on an adventure to a developing country for a 2-year mission trip through a faith-based organization.…

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Megan Campbell , BSN, RN, CCRN, SCRN, CNRN

University of Kansas

I am in the BSN to DNP program at the University of Kansas in the Family Nurse Practitioner specialty. My clinical practice interests are rather broad, as I am interested in preventive healthcare and wellness promotion, women’s health, vulnerable populations, and mental health. While this is a broad listing I firmly believe there is a great deal of overlap amongst these areas, and that the FNP is in a position to frequently encounter all of these areas.…

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Molly Campbell , BSN RN

Oregon Health and Science University

Molly Campbell is a PhD student in the School of Nursing at Oregon Health and Science University. Her research focus is on the potential for coercion and racial bias in the provision of family planning services. Through a reproductive justice lens, Ms. Campbell seeks to critically examine how the construction of race and power relations have shaped past and present reproductive health policy in the United States.…

Benjamin Canha

University of Maryland

Cinzia Caparso , BSN, RN

Wayne State University

Currently, I am enrolled in my second year at Wayne State University in the BSN to PhD program. My area of interest is to identify the psychological risk factors of adolescents and young adults who has a parent with End-Stage Cancer. I received my BSN from Oakland University in 2013 and I have worked at Beaumont Health System in the adult oncology unit for two years and continue to work as a contingent employee while being a full-time student.…

Rachel Cardosa ,RN, MSN

Grand Valley State University

Rachel Cardosa graduated from Ferris State University in 2006 with her BSN, Wayne State University in 2012 with MSN in community health nursing, and enrolled in Grand Valley State University DNP Adult and Older Adult Nurse Practitioner track in 2012. Her career goals emphasize care of adults and older adults. She desires to transform health care through inter-professional collaboration, policy advocacy, patient-centered care, and quality and safety initiatives, all focused on transitional care.…

Sarah Caro , MS, RN

The Catholic University of America

Twenty years in the nursing profession providing nursing care to clients in the acute care and community setting. Experience providing clinical guidance and instruction to nursing students during adult health clinical rotation. Visiting clinical nursing instructor with experience teaching NURS 356 & NURS 360C, foundations and adult health clinical, and didactic teaching experience for NURS347 Health Assessment Across a Lifespan, NURS333 Professional Nursing II: Issues, and NURS 480 Nursing & Healthcare VII: Adult Health and Complex Illness for baccalaureate nursing students with Towson University.…

Kayla Carr , MSN, RN, FNP-C

University of Mississippi Medical Center

Kayla Carr is a PhD in Nursing student at the University of Mississippi School of Graduate Studies in Health Sciences. Her research interests include adolescent decision-making and school-based behavioral health and risk reduction interventions for rural adolescents. As an undergraduate student, Carr received a Barksdale Exploratory Research Funds award and completed research on the feasibility and community perceptions of SBHCs in rural communities as part of the Sally McDonnell Barksdale Honors program.…

Lisa Carroll , PhD(c), MSN, RN

Widener University

Lisa Carroll is a graduate of the Chester County Hospital School of Nursing and received her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Immaculata University. Lisa’s nursing practice included medical-surgical and oncology nursing. After receiving her Masters Degree in Nursing from West Chester University, she began her work in nursing education. Presently, she is a member of the nursing faculty at Immaculata University.…

Rebecca Carron

University of Colorado Denver (Wyoming)

Eileen J. Carter

Columbia University

Mira Castaneda ,NE-NC, RAC-CT

California State University Long Beach

My name is Mira Castaneda. I obtained my Masters of Science in Nursing at University of Phoenix in 2009. I obtained my certificate on Nurse Excellence at ANCC. I have worked at VALB from 2006 as a Nurse Manager and was recently promoted as a Chief of Patient Care Services in Geriatric , Rehabilitation , Medicine and Extended Care Group of VA Long Beach.…

Lori Catalano ,CCNS, PCCN

Indiana University

Lori Catalano, JD, MSN, CCNS, PCCN is an assistant professor of clinical nursing at the University of Cincinnati. She received her BSN from UC in 1999, after which she worked as a charge nurse on cardiac step-down units both in Cincinnati and in Columbus, Ohio. She also worked as a travel nurse for two years, working around the nation.…





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