Title/Position: Director, Adult Gerontology Acute Care Nurse Practitioner Program / LecturerProfile: Mrs. Crenshaw is a Lecturer at the University of Miami School of Nursing and Health Studies. She is a certified Adult Nurse Practitioner with over 20 years of professional clinical experience. She has worked in the Cardiothoracic and Surgical ICU at Jackson Memorial Hospital as a Nurse Practitioner since 2005. Mrs. Crenshaw earned a BSN and MSN degree from Florida International University and she intends to pursue a Doctorate of Nursing Practice in the Spring of 2014. She currently teaches in the Adult Gerontology Acute Care Nurse Practitioner Program. Mrs. Crenshaw has presented nationally and internationally on the subjects of the role of the Acute Care Nurse Practitioners in the Intensive Care Units, antibiotics and multidrug resistant organisms.
Nichole Crenshaw, MSN, ANP-BC
BS, Nursing, Florida International University, 1995
MS, Nursing, Florida International University, 1997
Cardiothoracic and Surgical Intensive Care Unit.
Primary Teaching Areas
Adult Gerontology Acute Care I, II & III
Acute Care Pharmacology
American Association of Critical Care Nurses, National Teaching Institute, “Hands on Central Line Insertion Techniques Across the Lifespan: Pediatric to Geriatric”, Pre-conference Sessions, Chicago, IL, May 2011
American Association of Critical Care Nurses, National Teaching Institute “Crisis of Multidrug Resistant Bacteria”, Author(s): Nichole Crenshaw, MSN, ARNP and Valerie Wells, MSN, ARNP-BC, Chicago, May 2011
Major Accomplishments / Honors
Nurse Practitioner of the year, Peri-operative division Jackson Memorial Hospital, 2011