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The DNP: Helping Provide Right Care to the LGBT Community
November 15, 2017 @ 3:00 pm EST - 4:00 pm EST
Daily Theme: Improving Care Through Innovation and Entrepreneurship
The LGBTQ population is one that is often discriminated or invisible in health care. As a Nurse Practitioner in a large urban student health center, my passion for working with this population fostered this quality improvement project in pursuit of the DNP at Frontier. It established a means to identify patients who identify as gender and sexual minorities through the collection of sexual orientation and gender identity (SOGI) information and move the student health center towards providing right care to avoid health disparities for these patients. Through the process of project design and implementation I found my voice and the confidence to become a leader. This presentation will review my personal journey to Frontier’s DNP program, introduce the concept of SOGI, review health disparities for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender patients, review my project implementation, discuss how it will continue to grow and be applied to my community and review how the DNP has changed my practice.
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Kelley Delaney ANP-BC is a primary care Nurse Practitioner in New York City and has been a Nurse Practitioner for eight years.
Kelley received her MSN in Adult and Women’s Health and RN from Yale University. She also has a MA in Psychology from Southern Connecticut State University and BS in Criminal Justice-Investigative Services from University of New Haven. She is due to complete her DNP here at Frontier Nursing University in December of this year.
Her clinical experience includes college health, private practice primary care, women’s health/sexual health as well as long term care. Today, Kelley works full time in college health while attending FNU’s DNP program full time. In her free time she is the doting mother to an 18 month old daughter, wife to Tom a chef in NYC and enjoys baking and spending time outdoors.