Vlog with Dr. Stacey Kram
Nursing Faculty and Health Outreach at American Public University
As current nurse leaders retire, we need nurse leaders with master’s degrees to fill several voids:
- Nurse Managers and Directors in acute and long-term care facilities
- Nurse Managers and Directors of community and government health agencies
- Advanced Practice Nurses to open and manage post-discharge, pain management, and other specialty clinics to create more opportunities to enhance primary care within healthcare communities
In this vlog, Dr. Kram reviews the education and training needed to fill these important roles in the field.
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About the Speaker
Stacey Kram, DNP, RN-BC, CCRN, PCCN serves in both academics and health outreach in the School of Health Sciences at APU. Dr. Kram completed her Doctor of Nursing Practice at Salisbury University and has been a nurse for 15 years, and in education for nine years. Her clinical experience is primary care of critically ill adults and their families. Prior to joining the university, Dr. Kram worked as a Nurse Manager for a novice nurse residency program within a community hospital system on the Eastern Shore of Maryland. Dr. Kram also served in the Army Reserve Nurse Corps as a First Lieutenant with the 2290th USAH at Walter Reed Army Medical Center for three years.