M. Danielle Gunter, PhD RN CPNAssistant Professor

Dr. Gunter is an assistant professor at the University of the Incarnate Word.  She joined the School of Nursing faculty in January of 2008 and teaches in both the undergraduate and graduate nursing programs. She currently teaches courses focused on the transition to practice for BSN students, healthcare leadership, quality improvement, finance, nursing theory and program development courses in the graduate programs.

She is passionate about supporting students to help meet their educational and professional goals, and she spends a lot of time working with MSN and doctoral students on their final projects. Dr. Gunter’s nursing experience lies in pediatrics, especially pediatric oncology, transplant, and end-of-life care. She also has clinical experience in nursing education and hospital administration. Her research interests include improving psychosocial supportive measures and patient outcomes in chronically ill children, especially those with cancer or hematological diseases and their families, as well as, interventions that improve communication and collaboration among the healthcare teams that serve them.

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University of the Incarnate Word
San Antonio, Texas