Potential Speaker for Nursing Conferences 2019- Nina Beaman

Title: How Trauma Informed Care Will Revolutionize Health Care

Nina Beaman

Aspen University, USA


Dr. Nina Beaman is the Dean of Nursing at Aspen University and certified in four different distinct areas. She is a National League for Nursing Certified Nurse Educator, holds a certificate as a ANCC Psychiatric Mental Health nurse, is a NCC certified Ambulatory Women's Health Nurse, and is an AAMA Certified Medical Assistant. She earned her Doctorate in Education from Walden University, a Master in Nursing on the nursing administration track from Aspen University, a Master in Health Psychology from Capella University, a Bachelor of Arts from Randolph Macon College, and an Associate Degree in Nursing from John Tyler Community College. She also has an Associate Degree in Business from Luther Rice College, and a Diplome D'Etudes Francaises from the University of Nice in Nice, France. Dr. Beaman has been in academia as well as a practicing nurse in a variety of venues for over 20 years. She has served in leadership positions with the American Psychiatric Nurses Association, American Association of Medical Assistants, Virginia League for Nursing, Virginia Nurses Association, Legislative Coalition of Virginia Nurses, Virginia Section of the Association of Women's Health, Obstetric, and Neonatal Nurses, and Virginia Society of Medical Assistants. She also actively serves as a Medical Reserve Corps and Red Cross Disaster volunteer. Dr. Beaman is a frequent conference presenter and author of numerous books and monographs. She not only speaks at professional conference on trauma informed care, but also works with churches, community groups, schools, and law enforcement to promote collaborative awareness of the need to provide trauma informed care in healthcare and throughout the community.


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