Julie G. Stewart, DNP, MPH, MSN, FNP-BC, AAHIVS, is Interim Director DNP Program;
Director FNP Program; Assistant Professor of Nursing. 

Professional interests: Nurse Practitioners; HIV; Hepatitis; Sexual Assault/Abuse. 

Research interests: Interpersonal Violence; Epidemiology; Sexual Abuse; HIV. 

Teaching responsibilities: FNP courses; DNP courses. 

Degrees: DNP, Case Western Reserve University; MPH, University of Connecticut; MSN,
Sacred Heart University . 


Role Development for the Nurse Practitioner (with Susan DeNisco), Nursing Faculty Publications (2013)

Role Development for the Nurse Practitioner provides a unique insight into the roles and activities...


Contributions to Books


Culture and Clinical Practice (with Michelle A. Cole), Nursing Faculty Publications (2014)

The general principles that often drive nurse practitioners' (NPs') day-to-day decisions and actions need reconsideration...



The Nurse Practitioner: Historical Perspectives on the Art and Science of Nurse Practitionering, Nursing Faculty Publications (2014)

The role of the nurse practitioner was developed as a way to provide primary care...



Clinical Education in Nurse Practitioner Programs (with Michelle I. Johnson), Nursing Faculty Publications (2013)


Sexual Abuse, Nursing Faculty Publications (2013)



Emotional Intelligence and Spiritual Well-Being (with Audrey M. Beauvais and Susan M. DeNisco), Nursing Faculty Publications (2014)

Understanding factors that influence spiritual well-being may improve nurses’ spiritual caregiving. This study examined relationships...



Concepts of the Professional, Nursing Faculty Publications (2014)

As the student nurse practitioner nears graduation, or the employed NP considers a workplace change,...



Health Policy and the Nurse Practitioner, Nursing Faculty Publications (2014)

Few issues currently incite as much passion as healthcare reform. Nurse practitioners (NPs) need to...



Mentoring, Nursing Faculty Publications (2014)

Prior to graduating from Nurse Practitioner programs, students should consider identifying a mentor and prepare...




Emotional Intelligence And Spiritual Well-Being Among Nursing Students (Abstract) (with Audrey Beauvais and Susan DeNisco), Eastern Nursing Research Society, 25th Annual Scientific Sessions, April 17-19, 2013: Nursing Research: A Bridge to the Future of Healthcare (2013)

Purpose: To examine the relationship between emotional intelligence and spiritual well-being among nursing students. Conclusion...


Popular Press


Nursing Faculty Partner on Book: Role Development For the Nurse Practitioner, Sacred Heart University News Story (2013)

Sacred Heart University Professors Susan DeNisco and Julie Stewart recently published a textbook for nursing...



Nursing Prof Julie Stewart Nationally Recognized for Education Excellence, Sacred Heart University News Story (2012)

Sacred Heart University Assistant Nursing Professor Julie Stewart, DNP, MSN, MPH, FNP-BC, is one of...