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Cindy Broholm, MS, MPH, FNP-BC, RN

Assistant Professor of NursingAssociate Director, Center for Nursing Scholarship

MS Family Nurse Practitioner Program, Columbia University, New York, NY & DNP Student, Case Western Reserve University of Cleveland, OH (expected grad date august 2020)MPH Columbia University, New YorkBSN University of Massachusetts, Boston, MA

Description

Professor Broholm joined LIU/Brooklyn in 2012 after providing primary care in Brooklyn for 17 years. She teaches the Diagnosis and Management courses and Primary Care in the FNP program and has taught Health Assessment and Community Clinical in the undergraduate program. The focus of Professor Broholm’s work as a nurse and then nurse practitioner has been on addressing the health needs of traditionally under-served communities.  As an RN, she worked as a public health nurse in a high-risk maternal/infant program. After becoming a Family Nurse Practitioner, Prof. Broholm provided primary care in community health centers serving low-income neighborhoods. Professor Broholm currently provides urgent care at Callen-Lorde, a Community Health Center caring for the LGBTQ+ communities. She is also consulting with Callen-Lorde on the development of a post-graduate Nurse Practitioner Fellowship program in LGBTQ+ health.

Prof. Broholm is founder and past Chair of the Diversity Special Interest Group in NONPF (the National Organization of Nurse Practitioner Faculties) which has the goal of developing tools and resources for NP faculty to address health disparities and implicit bias in their institutions and to promote student and faculty diversity.  Her current area of scholarship is on educational strategies to increase awareness about health disparities and bias, and reduce implicit bias among health care providers.

Specialties

ANCC- board certification- Family Nurse Practitioner

Publications

Gatewood, E., Broholm, C., Herman, J., & Yingling, C., (2019 ). Making the invisible      visible: Implementing an implicit bias activity in nursing education. Journal of    Professional Nursing. In press (available online March 2019). https://doi.org/10.1016/j.profnurs.2019.03.004

Cotler, K., Yingling, C., & Broholm, C. (2018). Preventing New Human Immunodeficiency Virus Infections With Pre-exposure Prophylaxis. The Journal for Nurse Practitioners, 14(5), 376–382. https://doi.org/10.1016/J.NURPRA.2017.12.021

Yingling, C., Cotler, K. & Broholm, C. (2019) Primary care in sexual and gender  minority communities. In T. Buttaro and J. Trybulski Primary care: A        Collaborative Practice 6th ed. (Eds.). In press. Mosby, St. Louis, MO.

Lectures and Presentations

Broholm, C., Gatewood, E., Herman, J., Yingling, C., (2019). Implicit bias awareness training in NP education: Making the invisible visible. Abstract Presentation at the 45th Annual Meeting of NONPF. Atlanta, Georgia.


Affiliations

NONPF- National Organization of Nurse Practitioner Faculty – member (2012- present).

            Founder and Chair of the Diversity Special Interest Group (2017-2019)

Sigma Theta Tau- Vice President Omega Nu Chapter (2019)

            Member since 1985.

AANP- American Association of Nurse Practitioners