Dr. Apodaca DNP Scholarly Project: Development of Algorithm for Postpartum Hemorrhage Resuscitation. She was able to share results and distributed to the Obsterics Unit of anesthesia and nurse team members. Prior to this, no such protocol was instituted and as a result poor outcomes. Now, her DNP project will help laboring women in need of this algorithm.
Presently, Dr. Demonbreum serves as the Women’s Health Medical Director at the Veterans Medical Center in Columbia, SC. His practice is primarily Obstetric, prenatal & gynecological care of women. He is Co-Chair of ANA Scope & Practice 4th Edition Workshop and a Fellow of the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners.
Four panels of diverse CRNAs and NPs (PhD, EdD, DNP, & DNAP) will speak on doctorate journey, differentiation of PhD vs DNP/DNAP, rigors of program, how to prepare for faculty positions in academia (tenure vs non-tenure), career trajectory with earned doctorates and importance of publishing in peer-review journals.
A panel of diverse doctorate prepared FAANs & FAANPs will speak about building a body of work for consideration into the Academy. Another dedicated diverse doctorate panel of CRNAs and NPs will focus on Maternal Health Issues and Elimination of Racial Disparities in Black Maternal Mortality.
In the next few posts, we will feature panelists of CRNAs, NPs and a graduate senior nurse anesthesia student on the Maternal Health Issues and Elimination of Racial Disparities in Black Maternal Mortality. Next month, we feature other diverse doctorate panelists for this one-day event.
CRNAs, Nurse Practitioners, Certified Midwives, Advanced Practice Nurses, Registered Nurses, and graduate students.. are you interested in pursuing a doctorate but need proper guidance on the selection of pathway?
Registration will be open on Monday for the August 29th event at www.DiversityCRNA.org.