Dana Todd

Years taught at Murray State:

2000-present

Courses taught:

Community Health Nursing; Integration Practicum (lab), Foundations in Advanced Nursing Practice, Epidemiology

Awards/Honors:

2015 Murray State Service Learning Mentor of the Year, 2015 Murray State Faculty Distinguished

Service Award, 2007-08 Margaret Gould Tyson Fund Dissertation Award from Nurses' Educational

Funds, 2006 Regent's Teaching Award for the College of Health Science and Human Services

Education:

UT Health Science Center-PhD
Murray State University-MSN
Murray State University-BSN

Certification & Licensure:

ANCC-Family Nurse Practitioner
NCC-Women’s Health Care Nurse Practitioner

Clinical/Professional Focus:

Public Health Nursing/Women’s Health/Family Practice

Research Focus:

Improving health and wellness at a community level
Increasing physical activity and nutrition in youth and women
Understanding Incivility in the Nursing Profession and Interventions Aimed to Improve the Problem

Professional Experience Prior to Murray State:

Marshall County Health Department-Nurse Practitioner

Professional Organizations:

Sigma Theta Tau-Delta Epsilon
ANA/KNA