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Bethany M. Coyne

Associate Professor
Program Director
Unit: School of Nursing
Department: School of Nursing
Office location and address
CMNEB 2123
202 Jeanette Lancaster Way
Charlottesville, Virginia 22903
Biography

Dr. Coyne is a certified pediatric nurse practitioner and assistant professor at the UVA School of Nursing. She maintains her practice with the UVA Health System in the department of Pediatric Nephrology. Additionally, she serves as project manager for an RO1 study on decision making in patients with advanced lung disease.

NUIP 3320: REAL II (Health Policy and Regulation; SBON, Delegation, Informatics
Credits: 2
REAL II seminar provides foundational & theoretical principles of research/scholarship, ethics, advocacy/roles, and leadership. Nursing students use processes of improvement, standardization and change to promote safe high quality care while demonstrating ethical conduct, delegation, monitoring, supervision, change management and just culture principles within simulated high performing teams.
NUIP 4311: Research, Ethics, Advocacy, and Leadership
Credits: 2
REAL III seminar is the 3rd of a series of three-core course that provides the foundational & theoretical principles of research/scholarship, ethics, advocacy/roles, & leadership. Nursing students will examine the structural, functional, financial & effectiveness of selected professional practice & health care delivery models in relationship to health outcomes while developing a philosophy of professionalism, career planning, & educational prog.
NURS 4950: Distinguished Majors Seminar I
Credits: 3
Designed to provide information and guidance about the process of initiating a research project, to explore issues related to the research process, and encourage communication among Distinguished Majors Program participants. Prerequisite: Acceptance into the Nursing DMP.
NURS 4951: Distinguished Majors Seminar II
Credits: 2
Designed to assist students in the process of preparing their thesis to present to their peers and the faculty. Also assists in preparing the thesis for publication. Prerequisite: NURS 4950.
GNUR 6020: Advanced Pharmacology
Credits: 4
This course is designed to review, expand, and update the advanced practice nurse student's knowledge of general pharmacology and therapeutics. The action and interaction of the most commonly used drugs in advanced clinical nursing practice settings will be covered. Prerequisites: GNUR 6010, one year of relevant clinical experience, and admission to NP or CNS program.
GNUR 6634: PNP-AC Practicum I
Credits: 1
This course emphasizes the application of didactic content covered in all prerequisite courses. Experiences build on basic concepts, principles and skills used by nurse practitioners in the delivery of care including health promotion and risk reduction, and the identification and management of a broader range of common acute health problems. Role integration continues. Prerequisites: GNUR 6010 and 6020 and 6026; corequisite: GNUR 6620.

STTI, Beta Kappa Chapter, Nan Hilt Award for Excellence in Clinical Practice (2017)

Nursing Student Training Grant, National Institutes of Health (2009-2011)

Excellence in Clinical Practice, University of Virginia Health System (2002)