From the classroom to the clinical laboratory to community, faculty at the University of Miami School of Nursing and Health Studies are committed to quality education, research, and outreach programs that improve patient care through evidence-based practice.

Our faculty rank among the leading scholars and experts in their field. Renowned for their clinical excellence and scientific expertise, faculty hold advanced degrees not only in nursing but also in public health, psychology, medicine, nutrition, education, and administration.

Over half of the school's faculty hold joint appointments or are engaged in collaborative, federally funded research with other schools and colleges at the University of Miami, including the Leonard M. Miller School of Medicine. As a result, our students receive a comprehensive, clinically current education with direct exposure to leading edge research and innovative, community-based care.

Please see the Faculty Directory, Areas of Research, Staff Directory, and Faculty Openings for more information.

Areas of Expertise


Active Learning Techniques
Acute Care
Behavioral Health
Cancer Prevention
Cardiovascular Pharmacology
Caregiving
Chronic Pulmonary Problems
Community Health
Critical Care
Cultural Competence
Culturally Tailored Interventions / Medicines
Curriculum Design
Diabetes
Epidemiology
Evidence-Based Practice
Family Therapy
Generational Differences
Health Promotion / Communication
Health Disparities
HIV / AIDS
HIV Risk in Vulnerable Populations
Implementation Science
Incidence of LEMS
Integration of Primary and Behavioral Health
International / Global Health
Intimate Partner Violence
Longitudinal Analysis
Maternal Child Health
Measurements
Mental Health
Nutrition
Patient Safety
Perianesthesia Nursing
Pharmacogenomics
Psychobiology
Qualitative Metasynthesis
Qualitative Research Methods
Recruitment / Retention of Minorities in Nursing
Research Methods
Risky Sexual Behaviors
Smoking Cessation Education
Statistics
Stigma Reduction Interventions for HIV-Infected Women
Student Development
STD Prevention
Substance Abuse
Tele-medicine / Education
Treatment Development / Research
Trauma
Violence Prevention
Women’s Health
Work Environment



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