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Michelle Gilbert ,CNE

Medical University of South Carolina

Participates in the coordination of day-to-day service delivery operations of a team, (e.g. coordination of patient coverage during planned/unplanned absences of team members, assigns cases, communication to patient/team members, manages/advises difficult cases). Consults in the assignment of staff, initiates activation of per diem float staff, and conducts home visits as needed.

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Christine Gilchrist , MS MPH RN NC-BC

The Graduate Center of the City of New York

Christine is an integrative nurse and uses a whole person/whole system approach to caring for others. She is currently a PhD student at The Graduate Center of the City University of New York. As an undergraduate student, she was a sexual health peer educator; majoring in Nursing and minoring in Women’s Studies at the University of Pennsylvania.…

Michelle Gilliland ,RN

SUNY Buffalo

My nursing career began in 2008 at Mercy Hospital in Buffalo, NY, were I started as a nurse’s aide. I worked my way to LPN, to RN, and then to Bachelors prepared RN. I am currently pursing my ANP/DNP at the University at Buffalo (UB). My research focus will be on veteran and military family health with an emphasis on improving the outcomes of patients suffering from postconcussive symptoms after sustaining mild TBI during combat.…

Carol Ann Gioia , MSN, RN, NEA-BC

Thomas Jefferson University

Carol Ann Gioia is a vastly experienced and dedicated nursing professional with greater than 29 years’ expertise in a variety of clinical and administrative roles within the Thomas Jefferson University Health System. Carol is currently the Magnet Program Coordinator at Thomas Jefferson University, where she supports the Magnet Program in coordinating the ANCC Magnet application for the re-designation.…

Samantha Girard

Washington State University

Sarah Givens ,RN

Case Western Reserve University

Sarah E. Givens is currently enrolled in the BSN-PhD program at CWRU Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing. Her research interest is sleep and cognitive functioning, and she would like to study the effects of rotating shift work on healthcare provider’s circadian rhythms, cognitive functioning, and ultimately patient care. She is passionate about quality improvement, and was the chapter president for the Case Western Institute for Healthcare Improvement Open School Chapter for the 2013-2014 school year.…

Tresa Glaser , BSN, RN

Pacific Lutheran University

My name is Tresa Glaser. I currently study in the Doctor of Nursing Practice Family Nurse Practitioner Program at Pacific Lutheran University. I graduated Summa Cum Laude with my Bachelor of Science in Nursing in the spring of 2014 from Grand Canyon University. I immediately began working as a registered nurse at the St. Francis Hospital emergency department outside of Seattle, WA where I continue to work.…

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Timian Godfrey , DNPc, MSN, APRN, FNP-BC

Johns Hopkins University

I am of Navajo descent and pursuing a career in healthcare has granted me with the opportunity to serve fellow American Indians. I currently work as an Advanced Practice Clinician in the emergency department at hospitals on the San Carlos Apache and Pine Ridge Oglala Lakota reservations. Consistently, I see poor access to health services which creates a barrier to delivering evidence-based care.…

Karen Goldschmidt

Villanova University

Rosemarie Graczkowski , PhD(c), MSN-Ed, RN

Florida International University

Rosemarie Graczkowski was born in Trinidad and Tobago and currently resides in South Florida. She earned a Baccalaureate of Science in Nursing Degree at Nova Southeastern University and a Masters in Nursing Education at Florida Atlantic University. Ms. Graczkowski successfully completed her PhD candidacy and is currently in the Dissertation phase at Florida International University (FIU).…

Michelle Graf , RN, MSN, CFNP

Vanderbilt University

I am a PhD student at Vanderbilt University, and I currently work as a nurse practitioner in primary care. Previously, I worked as a NICU nurse, and then as a nurse practitioner in pediatrics. As an undergraduate nursing student at the University of Virginia, I first became interested in research during an independent study focused on rural health.…

Lucy Graham ,MPH

University of Colorado, Denver

I began my nursing career working in the intensive care and emergency department settings. I quickly realized that much of the disease I was seeing was preventable. I decided to get my Master of Public Health degree to give me the necessary skills for program planning and grant writing so that I could help keep populations of people healthy.…

Tamryn F. Gray , RN, MSN, CNL, BMTCN

Johns Hopkins University

Tamryn Fowler Gray is currently pursuing her PhD at Johns Hopkins University. Her research interests include patient and family treatment decision-making across the disease trajectory, particularly in cancer care. Understanding that clinical trials are becoming a defining aspect of cancer treatment, Tamryn’s research aims to understand the decisional, sociocultural, ethical, and patient-family factors influencing clinical trial participation.…

Amelia Grayson , BSN, RN

Grand Valley State University

I received my BSN as a second degree from Grand Valley State University. My first RN job was on a Medical Surgical floor at at a large urban hospital in NYC. I then worked in a Post Anesthesia Care Unit at the same hospital. Following a move to Utah, I became an outpatient oncology nurse at Cancer Hospital in their genitourinary cancer program.…

Amanda Green

University of Massachusetts, Boston

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Sherry A. Greenberg , PhD, RN, GNP-BC, FGSA, FAANP, FAAN

Associate Professor

Dr. Sherry Greenberg is an Associate Professor at Seton Hall University College of Nursing and a Courtesy-Appointed Associate Professor at New York University Rory Meyers College of Nursing. Dr. Greenberg is Editor-in-Chief of the Hartford Institute for Geriatric Nursing’s Try This:® Series that promotes evidence-based assessment practices and approaches to care of older adults. Dr. Greenberg is a nurse practitioner faculty consultant on the Institute for Healthcare Improvement’s Age-Friendly Health Systems Action Community initiative.…

Rusty Greene

Hunter

Deborah Greenwood

University of California, Davis

Xinyi Grey ,RN

University of Utah

My name is Xinyi Grey and I am a first year Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP) student at University of Utah College of Nursing. I have been a registered nurse for eleven years, and I have worked in both the outpatient and inpatient settings. I currently work for Pediatric Surgery Clinic at Primary Children Hospital as a clinic nurse.…

Mari Griffioen

University of Maryland

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