Nancy Rudner

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Title:
Graduate Faculty
Office:
Foggy Bottom Campus
Address:
1919 Pennsylvania Ave. NW
Suite 500
Washington, District Of Columbia 20006
United States
Phone:
321-282-7362
Email:
[email protected]

Throughout her career, Nancy Rudner, DrPH, MPH, RN, has focused on improving health over the human lifespan through patient care, program planning, quality improvement, and policy. Dr. Rudner has developed interventions to help patients, families, and communities improve their health and interaction with health care. Her work has included teaching, managed care, quality improvement and policy analysis. As a family nurse practitioner, Dr. Rudner has served patients in a range of settings, including community health centers, farmworker services and in the workplace. She is also a nurse coach, providing employee health coaching through HealthAction.biz.

Current Research

  • Population health
  • Nursing regulations
  • Ambulatory care
  • Health promotion
  • Health policy
  • Public health 

Education

  • University of Michigan, Pew Scholar in Health Policy, Doctor of Public Health
  • University of North Carolina, Master of Public Health
  • Pace University, Master of Science in Nursing

Publications

  • Rudner N, Kung M (2017) An Assessment of Physician Supervision of Nurse Practitioners. J Nursing Regulation 7(4):22-29
  • Falk N, Rudner N, Chapa D, Greene J (2016) Nurse Practitioners and Intent to Retire. J American Association of Nurse Practitioners, doi: 10.1002/2327-6924.12406
  • Rudner N (2016) Full Practice Authority for Advance Practice Registered Nurses is a Gender Issue, Online Journal of Issues in Nursing, May
  • Rudner N (2015) Transformation: The Future of Nursing and Managed Care. J Managed Care Nursing 2(3):15-16
  • Herndon J, Tomar S, Catalanotto F, Rudner N, Huang I, Crall J, Aravamudhan A, Shenkman E (2015) Measuring the Quality of Dental Care. J American Dental Association 146(8):581-591
  • Kung M, Rudner N (2015) Political Advocacy, Perceived Barriers: A Survey of Florida APRNs, JAANP 27(3): 145–151, doi 10.1002/2327-6924.12142
     

Strengths

  1. Learner
  2. Input
  3. Achiever
  4. Ideation
  5. Connectedness