Laurie Migliore, ,APHN-BCUniformed Services University PhD
Laurie Migliore is an active duty Air Force Major and PhD nurse candidate at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences. She earned her Bachelor of Science in Nursing at the University of Pittsburgh (1988) and Master of Science in Community/Public Health Nursing at Wright State University (2006). Laurie’s diverse nursing background includes 13 years of civilian nursing ranging from neuroscience, to home health and hospice to professional consultation for assisted living facilities. Her military career has afforded her opportunities to practice and lead population health initiatives, case management programs and a unique six year assignment leading and developing medical multimedia programs for a variety of diseases and conditions to include suicide prevention and developing resilience in military populations across the Department of Defense. An active member of professional organizations in both nursing (American Nurses Association, Sigma Theta Tau International) and psychology (Association for Psychological Science, American Psychological Association), Laurie is an activist for interdisciplinary training, practice and policy development. Her research interests focus on military culture, military identity and psychological well-being in military populations across the military life cycle.
Research/Clinical Practice Area: Jonas Veteran Healthcare – Self, Identity, Memory and Cognition
Dissertation: Influence of Military Self Identity on Response to Deployment Stressors