Stephanie Hosley, MSN, CPNP

Nisonger Center - UCEDD
325 Newton Hall
1585 Neil Avenue
Columbus, OH 43210
 
Phone: 614-292-4041
Email: hosley.8@osu.edu
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Last Updated: February 16, 2016

Stephanie Hosley
 

Discipline Coordinators: Nursing
Project/Program/Clinic Contacts: LEND Nursing Faculty Coordinator
 
Discipline(s): Nursing-Family/Pediatric Nurse Practitioner
 
AUCD Council Membership: No Council Membership
 
Education: The Ohio State University BSN 06/1995 Nursing
The Ohio State University MS 06/1998 Pediatric Nurse Practitioner

Vita/Bio

A.        Personal Statement

 

My current role includes instruction of graduate students who are studying to become pediatric nurse practitioners.  Components of this education include developmental processes throughout childhood, care of patients with neurodevelopmental delays and their families.  I also work as a nurse practitioner in the Complex Healthcare clinic at Nationwide Children’s Hospital.  In this capacity I provide primary care to patients with multiple chronic conditions that typically include a neurologic component affecting development and daily function.  My professional experience in a variety of settings working with disadvantaged populations, has provided me with the knowledge base to enhance the care and health of my patients.  I utilize this experience in the educational programs and opportunities for the advanced practice nursing students I teach.

B.        Positions and Honors

Professional Organizations

Member, National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners

 

Employment

2014 - Present            APRN, Complex Healthcare Clinic, Nationwide Children’s Hospital, Columbus, OH

2013 – Present            Clinical Instructor of Practice, The Ohio State University College of Nursing, Columbus, OH

2000 – 2013                APRN, Urban Pediatrics, Columbus, OH

2005 – 2009                Case Manager, Amberstar Home Health, Columbus, OH

1999 – 2000                APRN, Rockinghorse Center, Springfield, OH

1998 – 1999                Nurse Manager, Heart of Ohio Home Health, Columbus, OH

1996 – 1998                RN, Heart of Ohio Home Health, Columbus, OH

 

 

C.        Contribution to Science

Zeno, R., Hosley, S., & Steward, D. (2015). Formula intolerance: Pathology or normal neonatal            

physiology? Educating parents in appropriate formula choices. Pediatric Currents, 7(1), 1-6. Zeno, R., Hosley, S., & Steward, D. (2015). Formula intolerance: Pathology or normal neonatal 

 

physiology? Educating parents in appropriate formula choices. Pediatric Currents, 7(1), 1-6.

Zeno, R., Hosley, S., & Steward, D. (2015). Formula intolerance: Pathology or normal neonatal 

 

physiology? Educating parents in appropriate formula choices. Pediatric Currents, 7(1), 1-6.

Zeno, R., Hosley, S., & Steward, D. (2015). Formula intolerance: Pathology or normal neonatal 

 

physiology? Educating parents in appropriate formula choices. Pediatric Currents, 7(1), 1-6.

 

D.        Research Support

 

Currently provide support on a HRSA grant with the purpose of integrating care of individuals with chronic conditions, including those conditions related to behavioral health, into interprofessional education opportunities for advanced nursing education students.  Duties include facilitating selection of children and families for student clinical experiences, precepting students and providing support during home visits via telehealth.  PI is Deborah Steward, PhD, RN.