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Rose Nieves, PhD, ARNP, FNP-c, CNE, RN

Rose Nieves
JOB TITLE: Nursing Program Director

Dr. Rose Nieves is the Nursing Program Director at Colorado Technical University. In this role, she leverages her vast experience as a nursing leader and educator to help mold, develop, and direct the curriculum of CTU’s College of Nursing.

Dr. Nieves previously served as Program Director of South University’s Doctor of Nursing program. As Program Director, Dr. Nieves provided academic instruction in the undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral programs in nursing while fostering a holistic perspective in academics. She also acted as Assistant Dean for university’s College of Nursing and Public Health.

Dr. Nieves maintains a strong focus on health promotion and improved outcomes. In addition to actively working as a Nurse Practitioner, Dr. Nieves has held other roles throughout the nursing profession including faculty member, dissertation chair, faculty advisor, and more.

She has received numerous accolades for her interdisciplinary approaches, including being named a star community affiliate within the local school distract and receiving stellar faculty recognition by its students. She has been published in numerous nursing and medical journals; Dr. Nieves also frequently speaks at state and local conferences.

Dr. Nieves is active in the nursing community - she an active member of Sigma Theta Tau, Florida Nurse Practitioner Network, Tampa Bay Advanced Practice Council, American Academy of Nurse Practitioners, National Association of Nurse Practitioner Faculties, and the National Association of Hispanic Nurses (NAHN). She is one of the founders of the local chapter of NAHN, where she serves as treasurer and is actively involved in volunteer events.

Dr. Nieves is continually committed to service at the location and national level – she currently coordinates health fairs through her local church while also serving as youth counselor and church deacon.

Areas of Expertise:

  • High risk populations
  • Healthcare reform and policy change
  • Healthcare disparities
  • Professional development