Dr. Terry Bartmus serves as visiting faculty and will be leading the charge of opening a Nurse Practitioner clinic in partnership with the Kirk Kerkorian School of Medicine at UNLV. This clinic will benefit SON and the community by providing a space for training for NP students and providing opportunities for faculty to practice in the community, as well as serving the needs of the community.
Dr. Bartmus has an extensive background in family practice and emergency medicine including serving as the Associate Director of the UNLV Health Center for 4 years.
While working as an Adjunct Faculty at Touro University, Dr. Bartmus taught Primary Care Adult Practicum and Seminar, Primary Care for Disease Prevention and Wellness Practicum, and Primary Care of Mental Health Across the Lifespan. Additionally, she instructed Doctor of Nursing Practice: Evidenced Based Practice and DNP Project I, II, and III.
Dr. Bartmus was an academic mentor for several doctoral projects, including Promoting Bone Health Through Utilization of a Nurse-Led Protocol, Improving T2DM Management in Adults Through Implementation of DSME Protocol, Developing an Evidence-Based Charge Nurse Leadership Program, Early Identification and Intervention of Heart Failure Exacerbation, Implementation of an Evidence-Based Mental Health Protocol in a Juvenile Group Home, Improving Utilization of PHQ Tools for Screening Depression in a Primary Care Practice, and Low-Dose Aspirin Use and Preeclampsia Prevention: A Quality Improvement Project
Dr. Bartmus received her MSN and DNP from UNLV School of Nursing.
Dr. Bartmus focuses her clinical research on preventative health and wellness.
Awards, recognitions, or group affiliations
Dr. Bartmus has received multiple clinical-based awards, including the Service Excellence Award Spring Mountain Treatment Center, Desert Springs Hospital and the Rebel Award for Co-Creator of the best Collaborative Program: Wellness Expo 2017
Dr. Bartmus is currently a member of the National Organization of Nurse Practitioner Faculties, the American Psychiatric Nurses Association, the Western Regional Advanced Practice Nurses Network, the American Association of Nurse Practitioners, the American Academy of Emergency Nurse Practitioners, and the National League for Nursing.