Robyn Gleason, PhD, MSN, MPH, ARNP
The University of Florida
PO Box 100187
Gainesville, FL 32610
Dr. Gleason teaches didactic and clinical courses in the Family Nurse Practitioner program, as well as graduate courses in informatics/data management, policy/finance, role transition and health promotion. Additionally, she advises DNP students and coordinates clinical site placements for Family Nurse Practitioner students.
Dr. Gleason is interested in measuring variations in practice between nurse practitioners and other primary care providers by developing methods to identify, describe, document, and measure advanced nursing practice level nursing functions within electronic health record systems. Her other interests include examining the effect of employment on outcomes of chronic illness, and working with nurse practitioner organizations to assist nurse practitioners in developing evidence-based prescribing practices.
Volunteer FNP at Flagler County Free Clinic, providing limited primary health care services to the uninsured population in Bunnell and Palm Coast, FL.
Dr. Gleason completed a Graduate Certificate in Health Informatics from Duke University in December, 2011. She received her PhD from the University of Florida, College of Nursing in 2006 as well as her MSN in 2002. In 2004 Dr. Gleason earned her MPH from the University of Florida, College of Public Health and Health Professions. She obtained her BSN from Florida Southern College in 2000 and her ADN in 1997 from Regent’s College, Albany NY.
- Catala-Beauchamp, A. I., & Gleason, R. P. (2012). Abdominal migraine in children: Is it all in their heads? The Journal for Nurse Practitioners, 8(1), 19-26.
- Gleason, R. P., & Kneipp, S. M. (2004). Employment-related constraints: Determinants of primary health care access? Policy, Politics & Nursing Practice, 5(2), 73-83.