WellStar School of Nursing


Debbie King

Debbie King, RN, MSN, APRN, CS, FNP-C, PNP-C

Lecturer

HS 3012

Phone: 470-578-2398

Email: dking4@kennesaw.edu

 

 

Academic Degrees

 

 

MSN/FNP

Nursing

Kennesaw State University

1999

 

BSN

Nursing

Kennesaw State University

1995

 

 

Certifications

 

 

Family Nurse Practitioner

American Academy of Nurse Practitioners

Certification Number F0400154

 

Pediatric Nurse Practitioner

American Nurses Credentialing Center

Certification Number 0355623

 

 

Professional Experience

 

 

August 2008-present

Lecturer of Nursing, Primary Care Nurse Practitioner Program, KENNESAW STATE UNIVERSITY, Kennesaw, GA

 

August 2006-2008

Assistant Professor (temporary) of Nursing, Primary Care Nurse Practitioner Program, KENNESAW STATE UNIVERSITY, Kennesaw, GA

 

January/2006-present

Nurse Practitioner, PRN PEDIATRICS AND ADOLESCENT MEDICINE, P.A., Marietta, GA

 

May 2004-July 2006 part time

Assistant of Nursing, Primary Care Nurse
Practitioner Program, KENNESAW STATE UNIVERSITY, Kennesaw, GA

 

June, 1995-January, 2000 part time

Staff Nurse, PEDIATRICS AND ADOLESCENT MEDICINE, P.A., Marietta, GA

 

November/1996-June/1998

School Nurse, MT. PARAN CHRISTIAN SCHOOL, Marietta, GA

 

July 1999-2001 PRN Pool

Staff Nurse, Medical-Surgical, PIEDMONT HOSPTIAL, Atlanta, GA

 

 

Recent Professional Activities

 

 

MEMBERSHIP IN PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES

Full Member, American Academy of Nurse Practitioners
Member, North Georgia Advance Practice Association
Member, Georgia Nursing Association
Member United Advance Practice Nurse Practitioner Association
Member, American Nursing Association
Member, American Association of Colleges of Nursing
Member, American College of Nurse Practitioners
Member National Organization of Nurse Practitioner Faculties
Fellow, National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners

 

CERTIFICATION

American Academy of Nurse Practitioners, as a Family N.P.
American Nurses Credentialing Center, as a Pediatric N.P.
Licensed by Georgia Board of Nursing, State of Georgia

 

LICENSURE

Georgia #RN123523  NP

 

PRESENTATIONS

2010    “The Utilization of Pediatric Content Experts:  Developing Pediatric Clinical Experts: Developing Pediatric Clinical Expertise” (poster presentation), AANC Master of Education Conference 2008 National Conference, New Orleans, LA. February 2010 (co-presenter)
2008    “Meeting a Community’s Need:  The Latino Healthcare Provider Initiative (poster presentation), American Colleges of Nurse Practitioners 2008 National Clinical Conference, Nashville, TN October, 2008 (co-presenter)
2008    “The Utilization of Pediatric Content Experts:  Developing Pediatric Clinical Expertise: Developing Pediatric Clinical Expertise” (poster presentation), American Colleges of Nurse Practitioners 2008 National Clinical Conference, Nashville, TN. October, 2008 (co-presenter)                                        
2003    Invited guest speaker for KSU FNP program Advanced Health Assessment Coarse.  “Well Care visits for newborns through age 21”

 

 

Professional Development

 

 

  • Monthly Meetings with UAPRN
  • Monthly Meetings with NGAPA
  • Multiple Online CME credits
  • AANP National Conferences
  • Invited to participate in an ANCC PNP field test (received 15 hours CME)
  • Nominated for the Fifth Annual Nursing excellence award, by the AJC
  • Nominated as a Hero for Autism

 

Teaching Responsibilities

 

 

  • NURS 7735- Advanced Health Assessment (coordinated; teach and conduct site visits)
  • Nursing 7715 Role Development and Issues (co-teach)
  • NURS 8800 – Clinical Management of Selected Common Health Problems in Adults (co-coordinate; co-teach)
  • NURS 8850 – Primary Care Residency I (co-coordinated; co-taught; and conducted clinical site visits, Coordinate students to attend local community service events include high school sports physicals))
  • Nursing 7725 Advanced Practice Theory (co-taught)
  • NURS 8805 – Clinical Management of Selected Common Health Problems in Children (co-coordinate; co-teach)
  • NURS 8851 – Primary Care Residency II (co-coordinate; co-teach and conduct site visits)
  • NURS 8851 Precept KSU NP student 135 hours for pediatric residency each summer semester
  • NURS 8853 - Residency IV - Coordinate and teach