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Bull named director of FNP Program

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Amy Bull, Ph.D., FNP-BC, was named program director for the Vanderbilt University School of Nursing Family Nurse Practitioner program.

“Amy is a talented practitioner and has been recognized by students as an outstanding professor,” said Linda Norman, D.S.N., R.N., senior associate dean of Academics at VUSN. “We knew if we launched a national search for this position, we wouldn’t find anyone more qualified than Amy who was already in our midst.”

Bull has more than 15 years of experience in undergraduate and graduate programs and primary care clinical practice.  She practices as a family nurse practitioner at the Dickson Community Clinic, a clinic for the uninsured in Dickson, Tenn.  She has an advanced education in criminal justice and forensic nursing, and her scholarly activities focus on primary care and family violence. She is also a consultant to the Tennessee Department of Health on Advanced Practice Nursing.

In her new position, Bull will lead the efforts of the Family Nurse Practitioner program, with six faculty who are actively involved in clinical practice and more than 85 incoming students each year.

Amy Bull, Ph.D., FNP-BC, was named program director for the Vanderbilt University School of Nursing Family Nurse Practitioner program. “Amy is a talented practitioner and has been recognized by students as an outstanding professor,” said Linda Norman, D.S.N., R.N., senior associate dean of Academics at VUSN. “We knew if we launched a national search for this position, we wouldn’t find anyone more qualified than Amy who was already in our midst.”Bull has more than 15 years of experience in undergraduate and graduate programs and primary care clinical practice.  She practices as a family nurse practitioner at the Dickson Community Clinic, a clinic for the uninsured in Dickson, Tenn.  She has an advanced education in criminal justice and forensic nursing, and her scholarly activities focus on primary care and family violence. She is also a consultant to the Tennessee Department of Health on Advanced Practice Nursing.In her new position, Bull will lead the efforts of the Family Nurse Practitioner program, with six faculty who are actively involved in clinical practice and more than 85 incoming students each year.


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