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About Kara Koschmann, PhD, APRN, CPNP-PC

Kara teaches in the BSN-DNP: Nurse Practitioner program where she is also the program director. She is a pediatric nurse practitioner by training. Kara earned her bachelor's degree in nursing from Valparaiso University in Indiana and her master's of science in nursing of children at Saint Louis University, in St. Louis, Missouri. Her PhD in Nursing is from the University of Minnesota. She is a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Future of Nursing Scholar. Her dissertation research study was titled, "Urban, low-income, African American Well-Child Care: Parent and Provider Experiences and Expectations." Her clinical practice has included pediatric hematology and oncology as a registered nurse and pediatric orthopedics and primary care as a pediatric nurse practitioner. Her experiences working in North County St. Louis, Missouri reinforced her interests in addressing racism and healthcare and health equity from the nursing perspective.

Positions

Present Assistant Professor, DNP-NP Co-Program Director, Nursing, St. Catherine University Nursing Department
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Curriculum Vitae


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Grants

2019 - 2020 Urban, Low-Income, African American Well-Child Care: Parent and Provider Experiences and Expectations
St. Catherine University
2019 Carol Easley Denny Award
Role: PI
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Honors and Awards

  • Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Future of Nursing Scholar 2017-2020

Courses

  • Primary Care II Clinical: Immunologic and Infectious Challenges in Pediatrics
  • Pediatric Health Promotion
  • Advanced Health Assessment
  • Foundations of Nurse Practitioner Practice II
  • Foundations of Nurse Practitioner Practice I

Education

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2010 MS, Saint Louis University, St. Louis, Missouri ‐ Pediatric Nursing
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2007 BS, Valparaiso University, Valparaiso, Indiana ‐ Nursing
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PhD, University of Minnesota ‐ School of Nursing
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