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Susanne J Phillips, MSN, FNP-BC

Coordinator, FNP Concentration
Nursing Science

Associate Clinical Professor, Nursing Science
Nursing Science

B.S., California State University, Long Beach, 1992, Nursing


M.S., California State University, Long Beach, 1996, Nursing


F.N.P., California State University, Long Beach, 1996

Phone: (949) 824-4274
Fax: (949) 824-0470
Email: s.phillips@uci.edu

University of California, Irvine
244 Irvine Hall
Mail Code: 3959
Irvine, CA 92697

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Research
Interests
Health Policy, Nurse-Managed Heatlh Centers, APRN Education, Women's Health,
   
Academic
Distinctions
1. Chair, Program in Nursing Science Faculty Association, 2010 - Present
2. UCI FNP Program Faculty of the Year, 2008 Award
3. UCI FNP Program Faculty of the Year, 2007 Award
4. American College of Nurse Midwives 2007 Excellence in Teaching Award
5. California Board of Registered Nursing, Vice President, 2007
6. American Society of Healthcare Publication Editors Gold Award for Best Legislative Feature for the Legislative Update, The Nurse Practitioner, January 2006
7. California Board of Registered Nursing, Nursing Practice Chair, 2006-to present
8. California Association for Nurse Practitioners’ Nurse Practitioner of Distinction, 2002
9. American Academy of Nurse Practitioners State Award for Excellence, 2000
10. Sigma Theta Tau Induction, 1996
11. Excellence Award in Nursing / “Nurse of the Month”: Hoag Memorial Hospital, August 1996
   
Publications 1. Phillips, S. J. (2001). Endocrine Disorders. In S. Nettina & M. Knudtson (Eds.), Family nurse practitioner: Review and resource manual (p.p. 457-490). Columbia: Nurse Practitioner Alternatives in Education, Inc.
2. Phillips, S. (2002, October). California NPs claim pharmaceutical victory. The Nurse Practitioner. Vol. 27(10), 25.
3. Phillips, S. (2005, January). 17th Annual Legislative Update: A comprehensive look at the legislative issues for advanced practice nursing. The Nurse Practitioner. Vol. 30(1), 14-47.
4. Phillips, S. (2006, January). 18th Annual Legislative Update: A comprehensive look at the legislative issues affecting advance nursing practice. The Nurse Practitioners. Vol. 31(1), 6-8, 11-17, 21-28.
5. Phillips, S. (2007, January). 19th Annual Legislative Update: A comprehensive look at the legislative issues affecting advanced nursing practice. The Nurse Practitioner. Vol. 32 (1), 14-47.
6. Bimbela, A., Phillips, S. J. & Hope, J. (2007). Nurse practitioners: What you need to know to practice in primary care/family practice (1st Edition). Santa Barbara: Bimbela Publishing.
7. Bimbela, A., and Phillips, S. (2007). Physicians: What you need to know to work with a nurse practitioner (1st. Edition), Santa Barbara: Bimbela Publishing.
8. Phillips, S. (2008, January). 20th Annual Legislative Update: A comprehensive look at the legislative issues affecting advanced nursing practice. The Nurse Practitioner. Vol. 33(1).
9. Phillips, S. (2009, January). 21st Annual Legislative Update: A comprehensive look at the legislative issues affecting advanced nursing practice. The Nurse Practitioner. Vol. 34(1).
10. Knudtson, M., Tiso, S., and Phillips, S. (2009, September). Human Papillomavirus and the HPV Vaccine: Are the benefits worth the risks? Nursing Clinics of North America. Vol. 44(3).
11. Phillips, S. (2010, January). 22nd Annual Legislative Update: A comprehensive look at the legislative issues affecting advanced nursing practice. The Nurse Practitioner. Vol. 35(1).
12. Phillips, S. (2011, January). 23rd Annual Legislative Update: A comprehensive look at the legislative issues affecting advanced nursing practice. The Nurse Practitioner. Vol. 36(1).
13. Phillips, S., Lie, D., Encinas, J., Ahearn, C., and Tiso, S. (2011). Effective Use of Interpreters by Family Nurse Practitioner Students: Is Didactic Curriculum Enough? Journal of the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners. Vol. 23(5).
   
Grants El Sol NPA PHS Health Resources & Services Administration D11HP22200
   
Family Nurse Practitioner Training Program State of CA - H & W, Statewide Health Planning & Development (Office of) 11-2031
   
Professional
Societies
California Association for Nurse Practitioners
National Organization of Nurse Practitioner Faculties
American College of Nurse Practitioners
   
Other Experience Director of Health Policy and Practice
California Association for Nurse Practitioners 1999—2009

Advanced Practice Registered Nurse Member, Vice President, & President
California Board of Registered Nursing 2005—2009

Co-Lead Recommendation #1: Scope of Practice
California Action Coalition: IOM and RWJ 2011—Pres

Legal Nurse Consultant
2010—Pres

   
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Last updated 01/31/2012