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Kimberly Battle, Ph.D., FNP-BC

Clinical Assistant Professor
Family and Community Health Nursing


1100 East Leigh Street, Room 3099
Box 980567
Richmond, VA 23298-0567

Phone:
Email: battlekd@vcu.edu

 

Service:

I am member in Virginia Council of Nurse Practitioner. I was a member in Nurse Practitioner Association of the District of Columbia, National Organization of Nurse Practitioner, and Mental Health Association of the District of Columbia.

Education:

  • PhD, The Catholic University of America
    Nursing
    Cognates: Neuroscience, Clinical Outcomes Measurement, Non-Profit Management, and Nursing Education
  • MSN, Georgetown University 
    Family Nurse Practitioner
  • BSN, Hampton University
     

Awards/Honors:

District of Columbia State Practice Award Nominee, 2014
Recipient of the Graduate Faculty Research Award, 2007
Sigma Theta Tau, International Nursing Honor Society, Inducted, 1988

Selected publications:

  • Early, E., Battle, K., Wiseman, A., Cantwell, E., English, J., Lavin, J., & Larson, E. (1998). The Effect of Several Interventions on the Frequency of Hand Washing Among Elementary School Children. The American Journal of Infection Control, 26(3), 263-269. 

Selected Presentations:

  • 2018 Defining the Role of Nurse Practitioner: Signaling in a Global Setting, The Fourth Annual European Nursing Congress, Valencia, Spain
  • 2016 The Significance of Social Determinants of Health Across the Health Care Continuum. Guest Lecturer, Loma Linda, School of Nursing NGRD 654: [BSN to DNP Program Students]
  • 2014 Experience Preferred: Navigating NP Employment: Consensus Model Impact. Guest Lecturer, Bowie State University, FNP Students
  • 2014 Panel Participant Career Paths for New and Experienced NPS, NPADC
  • 2004 A Description of Telehomecare and Patient's Understanding of Heart Failure Symptoms in Home Care: A Preliminary Analysis. Presented at the Fourth Regional Research Symposium of Sigma Theta Tau, International at Johns Hopkins University on March 15, 2004.

 

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