Lisa Robinson, DNP, RN, NP-C, CNL, CNE
  • B.S., Bachelor of Science in Nursing, University of West Georgia, 2000
  • M.S., Master of Science in Nursing, University of Alabama at Birmingham, 2008
  • D.N.P., Doctor of Nursing Practice, Georgia Baptist College of Nursing of Mercer University, 2012

Spring 2021 Sections

  • NURS-6106 (Pathophysiology & Pharm I) Section: E02
  • NURS-6106 (Pathophysiology & Pharm I) Section: E01

Fall 2020 Sections

  • NURS-4300 (Clinical Specialty Practice) Section: 91
  • NURS-6109 (Info,Tech & Hltcare Outcomes) Section: E01
  • NURS-6109 (Info,Tech & Hltcare Outcomes) Section: E02

Summer 2020 Sections

  • NURS-6103 (Hlth Prom & Adv Hlth Assessmnt) Section: E01
  • NURS-9015 (Dissertation) Section: E02

Spring 2020 Sections

  • NURS-3302 (Clinical Practice II) Section: 01
  • NURS-6106 (Pathophysiology & Pharm I) Section: E01
  • NURS-9015 (Dissertation) Section: E04
  • NURS-9015 (Dissertation) Section: E06

Fall 2019 Sections

  • NURS-6109 (Info,Tech & Hltcare Outcomes) Section: E01
  • NURS-6109 (Info,Tech & Hltcare Outcomes) Section: E02
  • NURS-9015 (Dissertation) Section: E09
  • NURS-9015 (Dissertation) Section: E05

Summer 2019 Sections

  • NURS-6103 (Hlth Prom & Adv Hlth Assessmnt) Section: E01
  • NURS-9015 (Dissertation) Section: E08

Spring 2019 Sections

  • NURS-6106 (Pathophysiology & Pharm I) Section: E01
  • NURS-6106 (Pathophysiology & Pharm I) Section: E02
  • NURS-9015 (Dissertation) Section: E12

Fall 2018 Sections

  • NURS-6107 (Pathophysiology & Pharm II) Section: E01
  • NURS-6107 (Pathophysiology & Pharm II) Section: E02
  • NURS-6900 (Scholarly Writing) Section: E04
  • NURS-9019 (Independent Study) Section: E03

Spring 2018 Sections

  • NURS-6106 (Pathophysiology & Pharm I) Section: E01
  • NURS-6106 (Pathophysiology & Pharm I) Section: E02
  • NURS-6112 (Nurs Educator Role Prac II) Section: E03

Fall 2017 Sections

  • NURS-6107 (Pathophysiology & Pharm II) Section: E02
  • NURS-6107 (Pathophysiology & Pharm II) Section: E01
  • NURS-6900 (Scholarly Writing) Section: E04

Spring 2017 Sections

  • NURS-6106 (Pathophysiology & Pharm I) Section: E01
  • NURS-6106 (Pathophysiology & Pharm I) Section: E02

Fall 2016 Sections

  • NURS-6107 (Pathophysiology & Pharm II) Section: E01
  • NURS-6107 (Pathophysiology & Pharm II) Section: E02
  • NURS-6109 (Info,Tech & Hltcare Outcomes) Section: E01
  • NURS-6109 (Info,Tech & Hltcare Outcomes) Section: E02

Spring 2016 Sections

  • NURS-6106 (Pathophysiology & Pharm I) Section: E02
  • NURS-6106 (Pathophysiology & Pharm I) Section: E01

Fall 2015 Sections

  • NURS-6107 (Pathophysiology & Pharm II) Section: E01
  • NURS-6107 (Pathophysiology & Pharm II) Section: E02
  • NURS-6109 (Info,Tech & Hltcare Outcomes) Section: E02

Spring 2015 Sections

  • NURS-6106 (Pathophysiology & Pharm I) Section: E01
  • NURS-6106 (Pathophysiology & Pharm I) Section: E02
  • NURS-6109 (Info,Tech & Hltcare Outcomes) Section: E01

Areas of Expertise or Professional Interests

Certified Nurse Practitioner with six years of experience in primary care, and certification in the area critical care nursing highlight my professional nursing career. My scholarly project for my DNP program focused on patient beliefs about medication prescribed for the treatment of hypercholesterolemia.

Professional Memberships and Certifications

CCRN, American Association of Critical Care Certification Corp
NP-C, American Academy of Nurse Practitioners
American Association of Critical Care Nursing (AACN)
American Heart Association
National League of Nursing (NLN)
American Academy of Nurse Practitioners (AANP)
Carroll County Advance Practitioners (CCAP)
Sigma Theta Tau International
University of Alabama Birmingham Alumni Society
American Academy of HIV Medicine
Phi Kappa Phi International

Personal Interests

My personal time is often spent outdoors. I enjoy any activities which take me outdoors. If those activities can be near water itís even better. I love reading and books. Primarily, I read non-fiction and usually have 3-5 books Iím reading at any one time.

The most unique thing about our programs is

I am a UWG alumnus. I came back primarily because of the caring education I received. I find it an honor to return here and show my students the kind of caring I received. This University is an asset to the community and to the health care system by educating nurses who excel at the art of nursing.