About Kerri Miller
Kerri B. Miller, M.S.N., A.P.R.N., ANP-BC
I am a nurse practitioner and doctoral canidate, 2011, Johns Hopkins University I have worked with NGO's in NIcaragua and East Africa My area of focus is in the training and retaining of community health workers in resource poor settings
Institution, School, City and State Degree Major
Johns Hopkins University DNP Doctorate: Nursing Practice
School of Nursing (2011) Global Health Focus
University of Missouri-Kansas City M.S.N. Graduate: Advanced Practice Nursing
School of Nursing (1998)
Kansas City, MO.
Drury University B.S.N. Bachelors of Science in Nursing
School of Science (1995)
Burge School of Nursing Diploma Professional Nursing
Springfield, MO. (1989)
LICENSURES and CERTIFICATIONS
Term License/Certification Type License Number
1989-Present Registered Nurse (RN) Lic. # 112950 Missouri
1999-Present Advanced Practice Nurse Lic. # 0336779-21
Adult Nurse Practitioner
Board Certified American Nurses Credentialing Center
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Memberships in Professional, Scientific and Public Advocacy Societies
Member International Council of Nursing
Member Florence Nightingale Initiative
Member American Nurses Association
Member Sigma Theta Tau International
Graduate Student Preceptorship
University of Missouri
Missouri State University
Volunteer International Medical Service
Nicaragua 2004 – 2010
Role of the community health worker in developing countries.
Oral rehydration solution and zinc supplementation in the treatment of diarrheal disease.
Role(s) / Profession(s)
Harvard School of Public Health
Website: http://www.hsph.harvard.edu/ Type: Academic Institution Country: United States About: The Harvard School of Public Health includes more than 200 faculty members working in various disciplines of public health. The overarching mission of the School - to advance the public's health through learning, discovery, and communication - comprises four objectives: to provide the highest level of education to public health scientists, practitioners, and leaders; to foster new discoveries leading to improved health for the people of this country and all nations; to strengthen health capacities and services for communities; and to inform policy debate, disseminate health information and increase awareness of public health as a public good and fundamental right.
- United States
- None at this time.