Nathania Bush DNP, PHCHS-BC, CYN
Nathania Bush has been a nurse for 25 years. She received her AD, BSN & MSN from Eastern Kentucky University & her DNP from Chatham University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania in 2012. Professor Bush has worked in both acute and community care settings during her career. Her acute care experience includes ICU and medical/surgical nursing practice & her community experience has been as a Hospice nurse. She began teaching 17 years ago and her areas of expertise include public health, gerontology and global health. Her research interests include improving palliative care and bereavement care for children. She works closely with international groups and leads medical mission trips annually. Nathania began working as a part-time clinical instructor for the College of Nursing in 2018 and currently teaches public health clinicals in the traditional and RN-BSN options of the BSN program.
DNP, Chatham University, 2012
Post-Graduate Certificate, Rutgers University, 2005
MSN, Eastern Kentucky University, 2002
BSN, Eastern Kentucky University, 2001
ADN, Eastern Kentucky University, 1996