Amy Burlar, PhD, MSN, RN, CCRN, CNEClinical Assistant Professor
Department of Adult Health and Nursing Systems
1100 East Leigh Street, Room 3025
Richmond, VA 23298-0567
I teach in the undergraduate program. I primarily teach Technologies of Nursing Practice and have maintained an active practice as a critical care nurse.
My scholarship interests include chronic health diseases in the Caribbean and minority populations and assessment of nursing student learning outcomes.
I am an active member of the American Association of Critical Care Nurses and volunteer with the Virginia Department of Health Medical Reserve Corps
- PhD - Nursing Education, University of Northern, Colorado, Greeley, CO
- MS - Nursing, Virginia Commonwealth University, VA
Adult Acute Care Clinical Nurse Specialist
- BS - Nursing, George Mason University, VA
- Bennie & Martha Benjamin Foundation Scholarship, 2013-2019
- “Application of a Curriculum Development Model: Lessons Learned in an HBCU in a Caribbean
Community”. July 11, 2018. CAHEC’s Annual Nurse Educator Conference. Vail, Co.
- Schweizer, A. (2019). Exploring the needs of families of critically ill individuals in a Caribbean setting. Proquest.
- Dalmida, S.G., Hunte-Ceasar, T., Martinez, G.C.B., Schweizer, A., Freeman, B., DiValerio, E…. (2016). HIV risk and the HIV/AIDS epidemic in the US Virgin Islands. Journal of AIDS & Clinical Research, 7(10), 1-4. [R]
- DiValerio, E., Dalmida, S.G., Hunte-Ceasar, T., Schweizer, A., Martinez, G., Savinkina, A., Harker, L. et al… (2016). Perceptions of HIV-associated stigma in the US Virgin Islands. HIV/AIDS Research and Treatment, s23-s30. [R]