About Angela Starkweather
Dr. Starkweather has taught courses across nursing and interprofessional curriculum throughout her career and has expertise in curriculum design, quality assessment, and review. She is an avid educator with focused teaching responsibilities on research development.
As a nurse scientist and clinician, Dr. Starkweather’s research focuses on identifying the factors that contribute to the transition of acute to chronic pain and associated symptoms as well as the development and implementation of interventions at the individual, system, and societal levels to improve quality of life for people affected by cancer and other health conditions.
Dr. Starkweather’s service activities extend across local to international levels. She contributes to the profession of nursing as an active member of the American Association of Neuroscience Nurses Clinical Practice Guideline Editorial Board, American Academy of Nursing’s Genomics and Health Outcomes Expert Panel, Council for Advancement of Nursing Science, Palliative Care Research Cooperative Group, and the International Association for the Study of Pain.
Acute-Care Nurse PractitionerAmerican Nurses Credentialing Center
Pain and Symptom Management, Self-Management Science, Oncology & Chronic Disease Management, Opioid Addiction, Intervention Development and Evaluation, Patient Reported Outcomes, Genomics/Omics