WellStar School of Nursing


Genie Dorman, PhD, APRN, BC, FNP

Professor

HS 3021

Phone: 470-578-2182

Email: gdorman@kennesaw.edu

 

 

Academic Degrees

 

 

Certificate

Emory University

FNP

1995

  PhD Georgia State University Nursing 1993
  MS Georgia State University Nursing 1983
  BSN Medical College of Georgia Nursing 1977
  ASN Kennesaw State University Nursing 1973

 

 

Certifications

 

 

Family Nurse Practitioner - American Nurses Credentialing Center
Certification Number 244156-22

 

Professional Experience

 

 

2010-present

Acting Coordinator; WellStar Primary Care NP Program

 

1999- present

Professor of Nursing
Kennesaw State University

 

2001 – 2007

Coordinator/Director
Graduate Degree Nursing Programs
Kennesaw State University

 

1997 – 2001

Chair
Department of Primary Care Nursing                              
Kennesaw State University

 

 

Membership in Professional and Honor Societies

 

 

1981 - present

American Nurses’ Association
Georgia Nurses’ Association

 

1995 - present 

American Academy of Nurse Practitioners

 

1995 - present

National Organization of Nurse Practitioner Faculties

 

1993 – present

Sigma Theta Tau, Mu Phi Chapter

 

 

Recent Professional Activities

 

 

Presentations

     

 

2011

“A Culture-Focused Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner Practicum in
Xalapa, Mexico,” Association of Academic Programs in Latin America & the
Caribbean (AAPLAC) 22nd Annual Conference, Kennesaw , GA,
February, 2011 (co-presenter)

 

2010

“Becoming Registered Nurses and Certified Nurse Practitioners:
Strategies Utilized to Ensure the Success of Latino Healthcare
Providers,” AACN Master’s Education Annual Conference, New Orleans,
LA, February, 2010 ((co-presenter)

 

2010

“Utilizing Pediatric Content Experts,” AACN Master’s Education Annual
Conference, New Orleans, LA, February, 2010 ((co-presenter)

 

2010

“Becoming Registered Nurses and Certified Nurse Practitioners:
Strategies Utilized to Ensure the Success of Latino Healthcare
Providers,” NONPF Annual Meeting, Washington, DC, April, 2010

 

2010

“Safety and the Hospitalized Patient,” invited speaker, Helwan
University, Cairo, Egypt, April, 2010

 

2010

“CCNE and Nursing Program Accreditation,” invited speaker,
Alexandria University, Alexandria, Egypt, April, 2010

 

2009

“A Culture-Focused Women’s Health NP Practicum In Xalapa, Mexico:
Issues in Hispanic Health Disparities,” The National Association of Hispanic Nurses 34th   Annual Conference, San Antonio, TX, July, 2009 (co-presenter)

 

2009

“Meeting a Community’s Need: The Latino Healthcare Provider Program,”
(podium presentation) 12th Annual Conference of the Americas, Atlanta,
GA, February, 2009(co-presenter)

 

2009

“The Nursing Role in Breast Cancer: Detection, Treatment, and Palliative
Care,” (podium presentation) The Egyptian National Cancer Institute and the                     Breast Cancer Foundation, Cairo, Egypt, March, 2009 (co-presenter)

 

2009

“Diabetes and Nursing,” (panel presentation) Helwan University, Cairo, Egypt,  
(panel participant)

 

2008

“Preparing Nurse Practitioner Students to Provide Culturally Sensitive Care: A Culture-Focused Women’s Health Practicum in Xalapa, Mexico,”
(podium presentation) 11th Annual Conference of the Americas, Atlanta,
GA, February, 2008 (co-presenter)

 

2008

“Meeting a Community’s Need: The Latino Healthcare Provider Initiative,
(podium presentation) The National Association of Hispanic Nurses
33rd Annual Conference, Boston, MA, July, 2008 (co-presenter)

 

2008

“Becoming Registered Nurses and Certified Nurse Practitioners:
Strategies Utilized to Ensure the Success of Latino Healthcare
Providers,” (poster presentation) SREB Council on Collegiate Education
for Nursing Annual Conference, Atlanta, GA, October, 2008 (co-
presenter)

 

2008

“The Utilization of Pediatric Content Experts: Developing Pediatric
Clinical Expertise,” (poster presentation), American Colleges of Nurse
Practitioners 2008 National Clinical Conference, Nashville, TN,
October, 2008 (co-presenter)

 

2008

“Meeting a Community’s Need: The Latino Heathcare Provider
Project” (poster presentation) American Colleges of Nurse
Practitioners 2008 National Clinical Conference, Nashville, TN,
October, 2008 (co-presenter)

 

 

 

 

Publications

 

 

 

 

2011

Book chapter (co-contributor) to Caring for the Vulnerable, de Chesnay,
M. &  Anderson, B., Jones and Barlett Publishers, Sudbury, MA

 

2010

“The Development of the Next Generation of Nurse Leaders,” Journal of Nursing Education, 49(3),  March, 2010 (co-author)

 

 

 

 

Professional Service

     

 

2000- present 

Study Abroad Program Director (Xalapa, Mexico), Kennesaw State
State University

 

2004 – present

Served as American Association of Colleges of Nursing/National Health Service Corps Ambassador

 

2000- present

External reviewer –  Journal of the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners

 

 

 

 

 

Professional Interests

 

 

Caring for vulnerable populations; the development of cultural competence