Dr. Elizabeth Stark’s current role at Quinnipiac University includes working as a clinical assistant professor in the School of Nursing. Her primary area of teaching includes working with undergraduate nursing students in several didactic and laboratory courses required for the BSN degree. Dr. Stark also serves as course coordinator for several of the BSN courses offered at the School of Nursing, as well as an academic advisor.
Dr. Stark’s worked as a professional registered nurse for more than seventeen years in the acute care setting. She has worked as a staff nurse in many specialty areas such as orthopedics, medical/surgical, cardiology, oncology, and hospice. She has also worked as an adjunct faculty member teaching undergraduate BSN student in the clinical setting.
Dr. Stark received her Doctor of Nursing Practice degree (Care of Populations Track) from Quinnipiac University’s School of Nursing. While earning her DNP degree at Quinnipiac University, her fieldwork and DNP project focused on adult heart failure patients in the acute care setting. Her project was presented at the Annual Interprofessional Healthcare Poster Day, which is sponsored by the Center for Interprofessional Healthcare Education. Upon graduating, she received the Academic Achievement Award from the School of Nursing.