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Amanda Lykins DNP, RN-BC
Instructor

Amanda Lykins currently serves as a Clinical Nurse Specialist for Behavioral Health at UK HealthCare. She has clinical experience in psychiatric-mental health nursing, perioperative nursing, nursing staff development and as adjunct clinical faculty. She has earned multiple degrees from Eastern Kentucky University; a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice and Psychology in 2004, Associate Degree in Nursing in 2007, Bachelor of Science in Nursing in 2009, Master of Science in Nursing with a concentration in Nursing Education in 2010, and a Doctorate in Nursing Practice with a concentration in Organizational Leadership in 2016. Amanda is currently certified by the ANCC in Psychiatric-Mental Health Nursing, a facilitator for the American Psychiatric Nurses Association, “Competency Based Training for Suicide Prevention:  PMH Nurse Generalist” program and a certified instructor for “CPI: Non-Violent Crisis Intervention”. She is a member of Sigma Theta Tau Nursing Honor Society, American Psychiatric Nurses Association and American Nurses Association. Amanda is a clinical instructor for the undergraduate Psychiatric/Mental Health nursing course, NUR 401.

Contact Information

Email: amanda.ramsey@uky.edu

Education

DNP, Eastern Kentucky University, 2016
MSN, Eastern Kentucky University, 2010
BSN, Eastern Kentucky University, 2009
ADN, Eastern Kentucky University, 2007
BS, Eastern Kentucky University, 2004

CV

Dr. Amanda Lykins' CV