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Nurse Practitioner Nursing

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Huntington, VT
Posted:
October 11, 2018

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Claire E. Lindberg, Ph.D., R.N., FNP-BC, ANP-BC

Family and Adult Nurse Practitioner

*** ****** **** ****

Waitsfield, Vt 05673

609-***-****

Summary: Nurse Practitioner with experience across the lifespan including women’s health/gyn, adult health, pediatrics, STI and immunizations. Experience working with underserved populations. National and state certification in both Family and Adult specialties. Nurse Educator with extensive academic experience at both graduate and undergraduate level.. Research experience includes Antibiotic Stewardship, HIV/AIDS prevention and other health-related topics.

Professional Experience:

Nurse Practitioner (volunteer)

People’s Health and Wellness Center

Barre, Vermont 7/2018-present

Family Nurse Practitioner, (academic assignment)

Henry J. Austen Health Center, Trenton, NJ 9/2016 – 9/2017

Family Nurse Practitioner, (volunteer and then as academic assignment)

Trenton Pediatric and Adolescent Treatment Center, Trenton NJ 3/2014-6/2016

Family Nurse Practitioner, part time

Zufalls Health Center/Women’s Health and Counseling Center 2008 and

Somerville, New Jersey 10/2011-3/2014

Family Nurse Practitioner, per diem

Occupational Health, Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital at Hamilton 9/2006-1/2016

2 Hamilton Health Place, Hamilton New Jersey 08690

Family Nurse Practitioner, per diem,

Planned Parenthood of Central NJ,

69 East Newman Springs Road, Shrewsbury, New Jersey 07702 7/2008-9/2010

Family Nurse Practitioner, Adolescent Clinic

City of Trenton, Division of Health, Trenton, N.J. 9/2005-6/2008

Director of Clinical Services and Family Nurse Practitioner 9/2000-6/2005

HiTOPS, Princeton, New Jersey

Family Nurse Practitioner

Student Health Center, The College of New Jersey, Ewing, N.J. 9/1999-6/2000

Family Nurse Practitioner

Drew University Health Center, Florham Park, N.J. 9/1999-6/2000

Family Nurse Practitioner

Health & Wellness Center, Montclair State University, Upper Montclair, N.J. 9/1997- 6/1998

Perinatal Clinical Specialist, Mercer Medical Center, Trenton, NJ 1988 - 1995

Maternal-Fetal Medicine 7/1993-9/1995

Healthstart Maternity Program Coordinator 9/1989-8/1991

Perinatal Clinical Specialist, Inpatient Obstetrics 1988-8/1989 and

9/1991-6/1993

Perinatal Clinical Specialist, Healthy Mothers, Healthy Babies Program

St. Peter's Medical Center, New Brunswick, N.J. 5/1987-6/1988

Childbirth Educator 5/1981-9/1987

Staff Nurse, Obstetrics 5/1981-9/1987

Rahway Hospital, Rahway, N.J.

Staff Nurse, Medical/Surgical, Gynecology and Obstetrics, 12/1975-5/1981

St. Elizabeth Hospital, Elizabeth, N.J.

Staff Nurse, Medical/Surgical 8/1975-12/1975

Newark Beth Israel Medical Center, Newark, N.J.

Academic Experience:

School of Nursing, The College of New Jersey, Ewing, N.J.

Professor 9/2006- 6/2018

Coordinator, Graduate Division (9/2012-12/2014)

Associate Professor 9/1999- 6/2006

Chair, Division of Advanced Nursing Education and Practice (9/2002 –6/2007)

College of Nursing, Seton Hall University, South Orange, N.J.

Assistant Professor, Graduate Division, Primary Care Program – Older Years 9/1998-6/1999

The College of New Jersey, Trenton, New Jersey

Clinician Educator, Family Nurse Practitioner Program 9/1997-6/1998

School of Nursing, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Postdoctoral Fellow, Center for Advancing Care in Serious Illness 9/1997- 8/1998

NIH Grant # T 32 NR07036

Fairleigh Dickinson University, Teaneck-Hackensack, N.J

Assistant Professor, Henry P. Becton School of Nursing 9/1995-6/1997

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Trenton State College, Trenton, N.J.

Assistant Professor, Adjunct, School of Nursing 9/1994-6/1995

Rutgers, College of Nursing, Newark, N.J.

Research Assistant, Office of AIDS Prevention Research 9/1992-6/1993

Teaching Assistant, Rutgers, College of Nursing, Newark, N.J. 9/1986-6/1987

Clinical Teaching Experience:

Graduate Student Preceptorships

Family and Adult NP Programs, The College of New Jersey, Ewing, NJ 1999-present

Adult NP Program, New York University, N.Y., N.Y. 1998-1999

Community Health NP Program, William Patterson College, Wayne, N.J. 1997-1998

Post-Master’s NP Program, Rutgers University, Newark N.J. 1997-1998

CNS Program, U of Pennsylvania, School of Nursing, Philadelphia, Pa. 1989-1991

Maternal-Child Health CNS Program, Rutgers College of Nursing, Newark, N.J. 1988-1991

Other:

Yoga Teacher, Independent Practitioner 2016 - present

Yoga Teacher 2008-2016

One Yoga Center, E. Windsor NJ

Yoga Teacher 2008-2011

Princeton Center for Yoga and Health, Skillman, N.J.

Education:

The College of New Jersey, Ewing, N.J. 9/1999-12/1999

Post-Master’s Course in Pediatrics in the Family Nurse Practitioner Program

Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, College of Nursing, Newark, New Jersey

Post-Master’s Certificate, Adult Nurse Practitioner 8/1996-5/1997

Ph.D, Nursing 9/1991-5/1995

Master of Science, Maternal/Child Health Nursing 9/1984-12/1987

SUNY Health Science Center, Brooklyn, New York

Bachelor of Science, Nursing 9/1973-5/1975

Licensure and Certifications:

New Jersey State Board of Nursing State of Pennsylvania Board of Nursing

Certified Nurse Practitioner: Family & Adult Certified Adult Nurse Practitioner

Registered Nurse Registered Nurse

Vermont Board of Nursing

Licensed Family and Adult Nurse Practitioner

Registered Nurse

American Nurses Credentialing Center Yoga Alliance

Board Certified Family Nurse Practitioner Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT-500)

Board Certified Adult Nurse Practitioner

DEA-X eligible – waiver certificate completed 8/2018

Current Professional Affiliations and Activities:

Sigma Theta Tau - The National Honor Society for Nursing.

American Nurses Association, Vermont State Nurses Association

Vermont Nurse Practitioner Association

American Academy of Nurse Practitioners

Society for Adolescent Medicine (Fellow)

Association of Reproductive Health Professionals

Nurse Practitioners in Women’s Health

Yoga Alliance

Awards and Honors:

N.J. State Nurses Association, Annual Research Award 2006

University Research Council Award, Seton Hall University, South Orange, NJ. 1999

National Research Service Award (Postdoctoral Fellowship). 1997

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. NINR Grant # T 32 NR07036

Association of Women’s Health Obstetrics and Neonatal Nurses District III 1996

Research Grant for: Lindberg, C.& Nolan, L., Women's decision making regarding

elective hysterectomy: A qualitative analysis.

Excellence Fellowship. Rutgers the State University of New Jersey. 1991

Sigma Theta Tau - The National Honor Society for Nursing 1986

Magna Cum Laude, State University of New York 1975

Publications:

D’Agata, E., Lindberg, C., Lindberg, C. Downham, G, Esposto, B, Shemin, D., Rosen, S. (accepted).

The positive effects of an antimicrobial stewardship program targeting out-patient hemodialysis

facilities. (Funded by AHRQ. 701-***-****. CFDA 923.226. Research on Healthcare Costs Quality and Outcomes. (Subaward))

Lindberg, C, Lanzi, M.C., & Lindberg, K. (2015). Measles: Still a significant health threat. MCN: The

American Journal of Maternal Child Nursing, 40, 5, 298-305.

Lindberg, C. (2015). Editorial: Evidence-based practice - Be a champion! MCN: The American

Journal of Maternal Child Nursing, 40, 4, 209.

Jakubowski, T., Faigenbaum, & Lindberg, C. (2015). Pediatric Nurses and Physical Inactivity: Re-

thinking the evidence. MCN: The American Journal of Maternal Child Nursing, 40, 4, 213-219

Lindberg, C. (2011). Critical Thinking Case for Complexity. In. Crowel, D.M. (2011). Complexity

leadership: Nursing’s role in health care delivery. (pp. 148-150). Philadelphia: F.A. Davis.

Lindberg, C. (2011). Lessons in Complexity Science: Preparing Student Nurses for Practice in Complex

Healthcare Systems. In. Ware Davidson, A., Ray, M., & Turkel, M. (2011). Nursing, caring, and

Complexity Science: for human-environment well being. New York: Springer Publishing

Company.

Tansky, C. & Lindberg, C. (2010). Breastfeeding as a pain intervention when immunizing infants.

JNP: The Journal for Nurse Practitioners, 6, 4, 287-295.

Lindberg, C., Nash, S., & Lindberg, C. (2008). On the edge: Nursing in the age of complexity.

Plexus Press.

Lindberg, C. (Curt), & Lindberg, C. (Claire). (2008). Nurses take Note: A Primer on Complexity Science.

In. Lindberg, C. (Claire), Nash, S., & Lindberg, C. (Curt) (Eds). (2008). On the edge: Nursing in

the age of complexity. Bordentown, NJ: PlexusPress.

Lindberg, C. (2006). NP practice: An innovative model of faculty practice and scholarship.

AJNP: The American Journal for Nurse Practitioners, 10, 5, 30-32, 34-36, 41-42.

Lindberg, C. (2006). The experience of physical symptoms among women living with HIV.

Nursing Clinics of North America, 41, 3, 395-405.

Lindberg, C, Lewis-Spruill, C., & Crownover, R. (2006) Barriers to sexual and reproductive health

care: Urban male adolescents speak out. Issues in Comprehensive Pediatric Nursing, 29, 2, 73-88.

Lindberg, C. (2004). Research Corner: Evidence-based nursing: Advance the art and science

of nursing practice. New Jersey Nurse, Sept/Oct, 5.

Lindberg, C. (2004). Guest Editorial: Access to healthcare for adolescents.

MCN, The American Journal of Maternal Child Nursing, 29, 9.

Lindberg, C. (2003). Emergency contraception: Primary prevention of adolescent pregnancy.

MCN, The American Journal of Maternal Child Nursing, 28, 199-204.

Lindberg, C. (2003). Clinical practice: Primary care management of sexually transmitted urethritis

in adolescent males. Journal of the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners, 15, 156-164.

Lindberg, C. & Nolan L. (2001). Women’s decision-making regarding hysterectomy.

Journal of Obstetric, gynecologic and Neonatal Nursing, 30, 607-613.

Lindberg, C. (2000). Knowledge, self-efficacy, coping and condom use among low-income

urban women. Journal of the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care, 11, (5), 42-52.

Lindberg, C. (1999). Issues in women's health. In. L. Sherwen, M. Scoloveno, & C. Weingarten (Eds.).

Maternity nursing: Care of the childbearing family (3rd Ed.) (pp. 133-180). Stamford, Conn:

Appleton & Lange.

Lindberg, C. (June 1999 issue). Sexual behavior and condom use among urban women attending

a family planning clinic. Health Care for Women International, 20, 303-314.

Lindberg, C. (1997). Emergency contraception: The nurse’s role in providing postcoital options.

JOGNN 26(2), 145-151.

Lindberg, C. (1996). Pregnancy and HIV: Information for healthcare providers. New Brunswick,

N.J.: New Jersey Women and AIDS Network

Lindberg, C. (1996). Vaginal microbicide under development. NJWAN NEWS, Fall 1996, 3.

(available from New Jersey Women & AIDS Network, New Brunswick, N.J).

Lindberg, C. (1995). Perinatal transmission of HIV infection: How to counsel women.

The American Journal of Maternal/Child Nursing, 20, 207-212.

Lindberg, C. (1995). Correlates of condom use among low-income, urban women.

Doctoral Dissertation. University Microfilms. Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, Newark, N.J.

Lindberg, C. (1992). Grief response to mid-trimester fetal loss, Journal of Perinatology, XII(2),

158-163.

Lindberg, C. (1987). Grief response to mid-trimester fetal loss. Unpublished master's thesis,

Rutger's the State University of New Jersey, Newark, N.J.

Selected Recent Presentations

Lindberg, C., Lindberg, C., & Esposito, B. (2017). A Novel Approach to Antibiotic Stewardship in

Outpatient Dialysis Units. Healthcare Associated Infections. Learning from our Past to Protect our

Future. NJ Department of Health & Rutgers School of Public Health. [Invited]

Lindberg, C. (2009). Complexity Science Basics: A (Very) Brief Introduction. On the Edge: Nursing

in the Age of Complexity. 3rd Annual Complexity & Nursing Conference (2009). [National,

invited].

Lindberg, C. (2008). Classroom Jazz: Classroom Jazz: Using the Principles of Complexity Science to

Foster Learning in the Classroom. Creating Jazz: Transforming Exchanges in Education &

Practice, A National Conference on Professional Nursing Education and Development. 35th

Annual Professional Nurse Educators Group (PNEG) conference October 17-19, 2008. [National,

Refereed].

Lindberg, C. (2008). HIV and the Elderly: The Aging of the AIDS Epidemic. Advancing Research for the

Older Population. Princeton Healthcare System. 4th Annual Research Day. September 17, 2008.

[Local Invited.]

Lindberg, C. & Lindberg, C. (2008). Primer on Complexity Science. On the Edge: Nursing in the Age of

Complexity. (August 4, 2008). Plexus Institute. Unity Village, Mo. [National, invited]

Nash, S. & Lindberg, C. (2007). Teaching and Learning in a Complexity-Inspired Classroom: Strategies

for Interaction and Participation. The Science of Complexity: In Teaching, Leading & Research.

Plexus Institute. 7/23/2007. [national, refereed].

Lindberg, C. (2007). Panelist: From Theory to Practice: The Exemplar of Nursing. The Science of

Complexity: In Teaching, Leading, & Research. Plexus Institute. 7/23/2007. [national, invited].

Lindberg, C. (2007) Evidence-Based Nursing. New Jersey State Nurses Association Annual Convention.

Lindberg, C. (2006). Evidence-Based Nursing: Power for Nursing Practice. Princeton University

Medical Center, 2nd Annual Research Symposium 9/5/06.

Lindberg, C. (2006). Nursing Care of Patients with Chronic and Complex Conditions. Complexity

Science: Knowledge, Learning and Resources to Advance Nursing Education, Practice and

Leadership. Also presented in 2004

Lindberg, C. (2006). Prevention of Pregnancy After Sexual Assault: A Guide to Emergency

Contraception for the Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner. Lecture given to nurses registered

in the Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner Basic Training Course. Also presented in 2004

Lindberg, C. (2006). Sexually Transmitted Infections: A Guide for the Sexual Assault Nurse

Examiner. Lecture given to nurses registered in the Lecture given to nurses registered

in the Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner Basic Training Course April-May 2006.

Lindberg, C. (2006). Perinatal Mood Disorders: Psychiatric Illness During Pregnancy and Postpartum.

City of Trenton, Division of Public Health. Sponsored by NJ DHHS & NJ

Maternal Child Health Consortium. (Presented 3 times at varying health centers)

Lindberg, Claire, Lindberg, Curt, & Wiggins, M. (2005). Symposium: Complexity, The Science of

Relationships. Nursing the Profession of Relationships. Scientific Sessions. 38th Biennial

Convention. Sigma Theta Tau International.

Lindberg, C. (2005). Teaching Complexity Science: Nursing Care of Patients with Chronic and

Complex Diseases. Complexity Science: Opportunities for Nursing Education.

American Association of Colleges of Nursing and Plexus Institute.

Lindberg, C. (2004) Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention: Strategies for Improving Contraceptive

Method Adherence. 2004 American College of Nurse Practitioners National Clinical Conference.

Lindberg, C., Casey, K., & Bataille, S. (2004). Development and Testing of a Scale to Measure

Symptom Distress Among Women Living with HIV/AIDS. Building Community Through

Research. 15th International Nursing Research Congress. Sigma Theta Tau.

Lindberg, C. (2002). Primary Healthcare for Adolescents: Innovative Model of Faculty

Practice and Scholarship. National Organization of Nurse Practitioner Faculties,

28th Annual Meeting

Lindberg, C. (2002). Pregnancy Prevention for Adolescents: Emergency Contraception.

New Jersey Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance.

Lindberg, C. (2001). Primary Care for Female Adolescents: Emergency (Post-Coital) Contraception.

Pediatric and Family Practice Departments, Princeton Medical Center, Princeton, N.J.

Lindberg, C. (1999). I Made a Learned, Investigated Decision: Women’s Decision-Making

Regarding Hysterectomy. Association of Women’s Health Obstetrical and Neonatal Nurses,

Lindberg, C. ( 1998). Correlates of Condom Use Among Urban Women. Association of Nurses in

AIDS Care. Eleventh Annual Conference. San Antonio, Texas.

Lindberg, C. (1998). Women’s Decision Making Regarding Hysterectomy. Changing Clinical

Practice Through Investigation. N. J. Section. Association of Women’s Health Obstetrical

and Neonatal Nurses.



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