Hartley Feld MSN, RN

Hartley Feld, a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Future of Nursing Scholar and a PhD Student, received her Master's of Science in Nursing with a community and public health nursing specialty in 2006 from the University of Kentucky. She is board certified as a public health clinical nurse specialist. Feld is a lecturer and clinical instructor in Community and Public Health Nursing. She co-teaches the Nursing in Global Health Settings course offered every other year, and teaches the Inter-professional Global Health Course every spring. Feld is also a Shoulder to Shoulder Global Council Member and has led inter-professional health brigades to Santo Domingo, Ecuador. Her clinical interests include global health, health care economics, determinants of health, and vulnerable populations.

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Phone: (859) 323-0603

Fax: (859) 323-1057




MSN, University of Kentucky, 2007
BSN, Loyola University Of Chicago, 1999


Maternal & child health, global health experiences for undergraduate nursing


Hartley Feld's CV


Aleshire, M. E. Anderson, D. G. Fallin, A. Feld, H. C. (in press) Family health risks Public Health Nursing: Population-Centered Health Care in the Community. (2015), Mosby (9), Chapter 28.

Anderson, D. G. Aleshire, M. E. Feld, H. C. Family health risks. Public Health Nursing. (2015), Mosby (9),


Hardin-Fanning, F., Feld, H. C. 2016, February. Experiential learning strategy to promote awareness of the public health nurse role. American Association of Colleges of Nursing Faculty Development Conference, American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN), St. Petersburg, FL United States.

Feld, H. C., Aleshire, M. E., Wheeler, K. 2016, April. Global Health Experiences. College of Nursing , University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY United States.

2012, October. Exploratory Nutrition Survey: STSG. Global Health Day , .