- Dr. Heidi Rogers
Heidi Honegger Rogers, DNP, RN, FNP-BC, APHN-BC, is a family nurse practitioner, advanced practice holistic nurse and a clinician educator - associate professor at the University of New Mexico (UNM) College of Nursing. She currently leads the Climate Change and Public Health Preparedness course, Nursing Leadership in Population Health course, and the Theoretical Foundations and Evidence Informed Practice courses for the Master of Science in Nursing programs. She is a volunteer faculty in the UNM Arts in Medicine Program, is a Committee Chair in the Doctor of Nursing Practice program, and has an appointment with the UNM Sustainability Studies Program. She is the Director of Interprofessional Education for the UNM Health Sciences Center, and has developed a new interprofessional education honors program as well as an integrated curriculum and experiential content around team work, collaboration, ethics, shared decision making, mindfulness health and well-being, and equity and inclusion for HSC and UNM health professions students. She is participating in the College of Nursing Diversity Equity and Inclusion Advisory Committee.
Rogers has also served as the student success coordinator for the Advanced Practice Registered Nurse program and is a member of the UNM Teaching Enhancement Committee, and is an active member of the American Holistic Nurses Association Research work group and an editor of their research newsletter. She is a member of the Alliance of Nurses for Healthy Environments, and serves on the Climate Change Committee, she is also on NM Public Health Association Policy Committee, and serves on the Los Alamos County Environmental Sustainability Board. She is a member of the US working group for the Lancet Countdown on Health and Climate Change 2020, and is a mentor in the Yale Center for Climate and Health. She has been a family nurse practitioner for 22 years in Los Angeles, Albuquerque, Santa Fe and Española, working with interprofessional teams and partnering with patients and communities to improve health and health care delivery models with vulnerable and underserved populations. She helped to build a nurse-led primary care clinic embedded in an integrative clinical practice in Santa Fe as part of her UNM position.
Rogers received her Doctor of Nursing Practice degree from the University of Colorado in 2015, a Master of Science in Nursing degree (1997), a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree (1996) from the University of Pennsylvania and holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Humanities (1990) from the University of Colorado.
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