DelRene Davis, DNP, ARNP
Assistant Professor of Nursing
From caring for the most critically ill in the ICU to teaching a new mom how to swaddle an infant, nurses employ compassion, skill and dedication to optimize health outcomes. For me, nursing is more than a career. The experience of being with others in settings that are routine, joyous, and at times profoundly sad, has deeply inspired me. It is through these life stories that I have grown – I am been truly blessed.
BSN – Pacific Lutheran University
MN – University of Washington Seattle
DNP – University of Washington Seattle
current focus is women’s health with an emphasis on family-centered pregnancy care. I have also taught in the Family Nurse Practitioner program: clinical management, health assessment, and pathophysiology.
Health promotion and disease prevention across the lifespan.
Maternal Complications Module– publication pending. Academy of Neonatal Nursing Certification Review Course. March 2020
Davis JD, Harper A, “Treatment of Recurrent Vulvovaginal Candidiasis,” American Family Physician, Vol 83, No 12, June 15, 2011
“Improving Diabetes Outcomes in the Patient Centered Medical Home”
Pacific NW Annual Conference Advanced Practice in Primary and Acute Care. University of Washington. October 2017
2017 – Spirit of Emilie Gamelin Award. Providence Medical Group.
2009 – Preceptor of the Year. Pacific Lutheran University School of Nursing
2006 – Preceptor of the Year. University of Washington School of Nursing