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Ruth Tadesse, , MS, RN

University of Utah Hartford Center

Ruth Tadesse is an assistant professor at Oregon Health & Sciences University (OHSU) School of Nursing and teaches clinical to junior and senior undergraduate nursing students in various clinical settings. Ruth has a master’s in nursing with a focus in gerontology and a post-master’s as a psychiatric mental health nurse practitioner from OHSU School of Nursing.…

Basirah TaHa

Columbia University

Aluem Tark, , FNP-BC, RN

Columbia University

Aluem Tark moved to U.S. from South Korea when she was 15 years old to pursue her dream of being a future nursing educator and a nursing researcher. She received her Bachelor’s in Nursing degree from Hunter College, and served as a Pediatric Oncology/ Bone Marrow Transplant Nurse at Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital-NYP Columbia. She received her Masters in Science of Nursing/ Family Nurse Practitioner degree from Columbia University and decided to pursue PhD in nursing, the year after.…

Tamara Tasseff, , MA, RN

Idaho State University

Tamara Tasseff is a full-time PhD student at Idaho State University, School of Nursing. She holds an M.A. in Organizational Learning and has served in various leadership and consultant roles. As a natural systems thinker and life-long learner, Tamara has worked to apply lessons learned from other industries directly to quality improvement, new program development, and healthcare transformation.…

Linda Tate

University of Arkansas

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Dr. Kimberly A. Taylor, , DNP, MSN, BSN, AS, RN, NEA-BC, CNOR, CAPT, NC, USN (Retired)

University of South Carolina

Dr. Kimberly Taylor is an Assistant Professor at the University of South Carolina. She recently completed 27 years of active duty Navy Nursing service. Her educational background includes:

Doctor of Nursing Practice, University of South Carolina – 2017
Master of Science in Nursing, East Carolina University – 2008
Bachelor of Science in Nursing, Medical University of South Carolina – 1994
Associate of Science, Trident Technical College – 1992

Prior to joining the faculty at the University of South Carolina, Dr.…

Nichole Taylor, , BSN, RN

University of Wyoming

Nichole Taylor is currently in the Doctorate of Nursing Practice program at the University of Wyoming as a family psychiatric mental health nurse practitioner student. In 2015, Nichole completed her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from the University of Wyoming. Nichole Taylor has been a Registered Nurse since 2006 within the State of Wyoming. She has worked in correctional, geriatric, and mental health care as well as WIC with the Wyoming Department of Health.…

Rebecca Taylor, , RN, BSN, PHN

Samuel Merritt University

I was inspired to do the opposite of what I saw my biological family and peers do growing up as a Foster Youth. I was emancipated from the State at 17 and decided I needed to become a Nurse. I started remedial classes at City College of San Francisco and was eventually accepted into their ADN.…

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Ali Tayyeb, , PhD, RN-BC, PHN

Assistant Professor

Dr. Tayyeb is a United States Navy Veteran, having served as a Fleet Marine Force Corpsman with Naval Medical Center San Diego, 1st Marine Division, and 3rd Marine Division.

After his military service, Dr. Tayyeb pursued his career as a Registered Nurse, earning his Bachelors and Masters degree in Nursing from California State University, Los Angeles and his Ph.D.…

Jeffrey Tebbs, , DNP, MN, BSN, ARNP-BC

University of Washington

Inducted into Sigma Theta Tau and Beta Beta Beta (2000) as I graduated (top 5%) of my BSN program. I specialized as a psychiatric nurse in 2002, was head nurse of MAMC inpatient psychiatric unit 2004-2006. My behavioral restraint reduction project won a MAMC clinical investigations research day award, was presented in AMSUS poster session, and selected as Karen Reeder award runner up.…

Monica Teichert, , BSN, RN

University of Wyoming

Currently I am attending the Fay W. Whitney School of Nursing at the University of Wyoming completing a Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) degree within the family nurse practitioner (FNP) track. I received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Northwest Nazarene University in 2007, graduating Magna Cum Laude, along with receiving an invitation into the Delta Phi Lambda Honor Society for being in the top 15% of my graduating class combined with faculty vote.…

Christina Terehoff, , RN

Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences

CPT Christina Terehoff entered the Army as a Nurse Corps Officer and received her U.S. Army commission through ROTC at George Mason University Her first duty assignment was at Landstuhl Regional Medical Center, Germany, where she completed the Brigadier General Ana Mae Hayes Clinical Nurse Transition Program (CNTP) and served as a Clinical Staff nurse on 10CD, the largest inpatient ward outside of the United States.…

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Daniel Terrell, , MSN, RN, FNP-C

George Washington University

Daniel is a graduate of George Washington University, earning a MSN with a concentration as a family nurse practitioner, and Jefferson College of Health Sciences, a private college in Roanoke, Virginia where he earned a BSN. He will continue his academic endeavors at George Washington University in a DNP program. He has acute care experience as a registered nurse in a medical-surgical intensive care unit, and will begin an outpatient NP role in an urgent care office.…

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Amy Thomas, , BSN, RN, Jonas Scholar 2018-2020

Washington State University

I am a third year Baccalaureate-to-PhD student at Washington State University and am the recipient of WSU’s Ruth McGillis Bindler PhD Scholarship Endowment for 2017 and the George & Alice Barnes Williams Scholarship for 2018. My research interests focus on improving communicative access for patients with disabilities and making health care more equitable for patients diagnosed with chronic conditions.…

Hannah Thomas

Villanova University

I am a PhD student at Villanova University studying nursing students’ use of EHR systems in clinical. After an Associates Degree in nursing, I completed a BSN and MSN in Nursing Education at Villanova. My nursing background has been predominantly in adult critical care with more recent administration roles. I have also been teaching adult health and leadership clinical courses for undergraduates, as well as an online foundations course for RN to BSN students.

Michelle Thomas

Capella University

I am presently working as a high tech Infusion RN in the infusion department at the Visiting Nurse Service of New York. My clinical area of practice is infusion, cardiac, stroke and some pediatric. I am a master prepared nurse pursuing a terminal degree at Capella University. Obtaining a Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) will enable to me share my wealth of knowledge in any area I am needed.…

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Nicole Thomas, BSN, RN

University of Wisconsin-Madison

Rexi Thomas, ,FNP

Pace University

Rexi Thomas, MS, RN, FNP Rexi Thomas has over 15 years of clinical experience in neurosurgery, maternal-child health, and emergency nursing and over nine years in nursing education. She is committed to compassionate care to foster health and achieve wholeness. She is dedicated to community and strives to make a positive impact on society. Leading by example is one of her personal guiding principles as a nurse, as an educator, and as an individual.…

Stephanie Thomas

Georgia State University

My name is Stephanie Thomas. I have been a registered nurse for over 20 years serving in many capacities of leadership. My background includes med/surg and intensive care as well as utilization review, medical review and case management. After completing my Master’s degree I began my career in education and have enjoyed it immensely. After dealing with a family struggle in the area of hypertension and watching how hard it was to alter learned behaviors to make positive and effective change, I decided it was time to learn more.…

Kristina Thomas Dreifuerst

Indiana University

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