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Kay Gianantonio , MSN, RN, APRN-CNP, AGPCNP-BC

Kent State University DNP
Home Jefferson Ohio United States

Biography

Ms. Gianantonio has been practicing nursing for more than 28 years. She first obtained her associate degree in nursing from Kent State University. Her nursing experience is in critical care, trauma and emergency care, and dialysis. After raising her family, she returned to complete her BSN at Ohio University, graduating summa cum laude. Continuing her education, she then completed her MSN with a concentration in Adult-Gerontology Primary Care Nurse Practitioner at Kent State University. She was a member of Sigma Theta Tau. As a nurse practitioner, Kay has worked in both the acute and primary care settings. Kay currently serves her local community providing primary care in an underserved area of northeastern Ohio at the Geneva Clinic–Internal Medicine. Kay is currently enrolled in the DNP program at Kent State University. Her doctoral project will focus on the types of herbal supplements and vitamins used by patients in primary care, she will develop a supplement reference for the providers, and develop patient education about those supplements.

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Research/Clinical Practice Area: Jonas Scholar – Preventive Health
Dissertation: DNP scholarly project, “Supplement Use and Patient Education About Supplements In Primary Care,” will focus on what types of herbal supplements and vitamins are used by patients and develop patient education about the supplements. The purpose of the project is to determine the common supplements used by patients in a primary care clinic; determine the patients’ perceived benefits of the supplements; develop a reference for providers providing the indication, possible side effects, and medication interactions of the supplements; and develop patient education about the supplements. Patient education would include the possible benefits of the supplement, side effects, and medication interactions.





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