Salisbury

Nursing Department Faculty

   

Nancy M. Smith, DNP, CRNP, FNP-BC

Office: Devilbiss Hall, Office 202
Telephone: 410-548-2251 (Office)
Fax: 410-548-3313
Email: nmsmith@salsibury.edu

Positions Held

Salisbury University  
  Nursing Instructor 2012-Present
Peninsula Internal Medicine, Salisbury, MD  
  Nurse Practitioner 2013-Present
Pediatric & Adolescent Center-Milton, DE   
  Nurse Practitioner 2011-2015
Your Doc's In Urgent Care-Salisbury, MD  
  Nurse Practitioner 2013– 2014
Peninsula Regional Medical Center-Salisbury, MD  
  Clinical Nurse Specialist NICU & Pediatrics
RN/Clinical Resource Nurse for NICU
1992 – 2011
     

Institutions Attended

  • University of Maryland, Baltimore
    Doctor of Nursing Practice
    Post Masters Teaching in Nursing and Health Professions Certificate
  • Wilmington University
    BSN,MSN-Family Nurse Practitioner
  • Anne Arundel Community College
    Associates Degree in Nursing

Honors/Memberships

  • Nurse Practitioner Association of Maryland
  • American Academy of Nurse Practitioners
  • Rural Maryland Council
  • Maryland Health Care Commission Telemedicine Taskforce Clinical Advisory Group
  • Sigma Theta Tau International, Honor Society of Nursing

Presentations

Smith, N. (2015). Podium presentation. Caregiver Satisfaction of a Pedaitric Telemedicine-based Diabetes Program. Pediatric Nursing 31st Annual National Conference, Chicago, Illinois.

Smith, N. (2014). Podium Presentation. Caregiver Satisfaction of a Pediatric Telemedicine-based Diabetes Program. University of Maryland Medical Center 9th Annual Nurse Practitioner/Physician Assistant Clinical Workshop, Baltimore, Maryland.

Smith, N. (2014). Podium Presentation. Reaching the Triple Aim through Telemedicine., Maryland Rural Health Association Conference, Baltimore, Maryland.

Smith, N. (2014). Poster Presentation. Caregiver Satisfaction of a Pediatric Telemedicine-based Diabetes Program, Pediatric Nursing 30th Annual National Conference, Baltimore, Maryland.

Smith N. (2013). Poster presentation. “The Pretenders” Late Preterm Infants: Family Centered Care. American Academy of Pediatrics, National Conference, Orlando, Florida.

Areas of Interest

  • Primary care
  • Telemedicine
  • Diabetes
  • Childhood obesity
  • Evidence-based policy interventions