Vascular Nurse Practitioner
Clinical Instructor in Nursing
David Strider is an acute care nurse practitioner and has been a clinical instructor for graduate nursing students since 2006 at the UVA School of Nursing. He is employed with the UVA Department of Vascular Surgery. He also provides lectures for undergraduate RNs. And he contributes to effective and timely pre- and post-operative care for adult vascular patients after aortic reconstruction, carotid Endarterectomy, femoral – popliteal artery bypass, lower extremity amputations, and endovascular stenting.
Serves as the chairperson of the UVA Research, Recommendation, and Review Committee for Professional Nursing Service Organization at the UVA Medical Center. Serves as a research mentor for PICU. Serves as a Research Team member for PICU Chlorhexidine dressings comparison in pediatric patients. Serves as a member of PICU Research Committee.
Strong commitment to the continuum of care for vascular patients and their immediate family and community support structure. Strives to empower patients to take more control of their disease process. Serves as Chair of PROSAMI, an International organization striving to improve health care of women and children in the CONGO, through the establishment of and training for nurse midwife run free-standing clinics.
Pharmacology instructor, acute care nurse practitioner differential diagnosis, critical thinking, and implementation of medical and nursing plans.
Strider, D., Keeling, A.W., Tullmann, D.F., Reigle, J., & Cherry, K.J. (2013). Marfan syndrome teaching algorithm: Does it make a difference? Journal of Vascular Nursing, 31(1), 21-31. doi:10.1016/j.jvn.2012.08.001
Ratliff, C. R., & Strider, D. V. (2014). Peripheral vascular disorders. In Kennedy-Malone, L., Fletcher, K.R., & Martin-Plank, L. (Eds.), Advanced practice nursing in the care of older adults (pp. ). Philadelphia: F.A. Davis.
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