Julie Williard, MSN,RN,NP-C
I believe that learning is an ongoing, dynamic process that expands the lifecycle. As we grow and mature, our abilities and the way we learn change. Therefore, I see myself as a teacher needing to be flexible, adaptive, and understanding of different ways of learning. I strive to keep the classroom environment stimulating and encourage the students to learn from a variety of resources, including themselves and their peers. I also know that I can learn a lot from my students and encourage them to contribute to the learning environment on a regular basis. In teaching nursing, it is important to develop a sense of caring throughout the curriculum, as this is the essence of a good nurse.
- Advanced Skills III, Adult Health, Clinical- Wellstar, Douglasville- Juniors & Seniors
Georgia State University, Atlanta, Georgia- MSN, Family Nurse Practitioner, Certified 1998
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, North Carolina- BSN, RN 1982
Areas of Expertise or Professional Interests:
Adult Health, Women’s Health after Childbearing Age
Professional Memberships and Certifications:
Sigma Theta Tau- Honor Society for Nursing, inducted 1981, President Pi Nu Chapter 2005-2007
American Association of Nurse Practitioners, CPR Instructor, ACLS Certified
Certified as a Family Nurse Practitioner, 1998, by the American Association of Nurse Practitioners
Biking, Hiking, Camping, Family, Crafts
The most unique thing about our program is…
The small classes that provide the staff the opportunity to uphold our caring philosophy.
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