About Anthony L Roller
Dr. Roller teaches both undergraduate and graduate nursing courses. He will be teaching the graduate pediatric nurse practitioner courses with a focus on primary care.
Dr. Roller’s research interests include providing education to both undergraduate and graduate students. Interest areas: critical care, pediatrics and Autism. He also designed a healthcare toolkit for providers and staff for special needs children for his Doctoral project and is awaiting final approval from JAANP.
Dr. Roller has been active with the Pediatric Nursing Certification Board with CPNP-AC Standard Setting Subcommittee member and assisted with evaluating the PNCB Acute Care Certification exam. He also is a member with Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing at UF under the Alpha Theta Chapter (2021), Sigma Theta Tau Nu At-Large chapter member (2013) and Delta Epsilon Iota Academic Honor Society member (2010). He also works with the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) since 2018 as a member with COCWD council for children with disabilities.
Pediatric Acute and Primary Care Nurse Practitioner (CPNP A/C-P/C)Pediatric Nursing Certification Board
Dr. Roller’s clinical area of expertise is pediatrics, critical care and special needs focus. His clinical interests include outcome evaluation to assess the impact of change practices on children and those with special needs.
- Autism and related disabilities
- Critical Care Management