Dr. Miller is a nurse practitioner with multiple specialty certifications, including Adult Primary Care, Gerontological, and Acute Care Nurse Practitioner. Currently an active clinician and educator, Dr. Miller is an assistant professor at Rutgers University in New Jersey, teaching adult primary and acute care, advanced pathophysiology, and pharmacology. Additionally, Dr. Miller maintains an active clinical practice as an acute care nurse practitioner at the Atlantic County Justice Facility in New Jersey. One of the first certified acute care nurse practitioners in the country, Dr. Miller implemented the acute care nurse practitioner program at Hahnemann University in Philadelphia in 1995. Her clinical practice background includes extensive experience in both primary and tertiary care settings.
A published author, Dr. Miller has written numerous articles for professional journals including Clinical Excellence for Nurse Practitioners, AACN Clinical Issues, and Advance for Nurse Practitioners. She has also written book chapters for acute care texts, is the co-editor of the Adult Nurse Practitioner Certification Review Guide, and the editor of the Adult Nurse Practitioner Study Question Book and Acute Care Nurse Practitioner Study Question Book. Dr. Miller is member of the editorial review board for Clinical Excellence in Nursing.
In May of 2001 Dr. Miller will join the faculty of Fitzgerald Health Education Associates to present the Acute Care Nurse Practitioner Certification Review course. Among a variety of other professional pursuits, Dr. Miller authors the "Professional Practice" column featured monthly in Patient Care for the Nurse Practitioner, and a graduate of Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey's Adult Nurse Practitioner program. She continues to teach advanced physiology and pharmacology to nurse practitioner students as an adjunct lecturer at Rutgers University, and maintains an active clinical practice in a county correctional facility in New Jersey.