College of Nursing
Glenda M. Feild received her PhD in Nursing at the University of Tennessee in Knoxville in 2014. While earning her PhD, Dr. Feild completed a certification in Health Policy. She obtained her BSN and Master of Science in health education degrees from Regis University, Denver, Colorado. Currently she serves as Contributing Faculty at Walden University in the College of Nursing MSN program. She began her career as nurse educator as adjunct faculty at the University of Memphis in 2011. A Registered Nurse since 1988, she has served in practice areas of Medical-Surgical, Oncology, Respiratory ICU, and Neurosurgery. Most of her career has encompassed leadership roles in acute care, long-term care, quality assurance, and restorative care. Her research interests include community-based health needs, health promotion, and cardiovascular health in diverse populations. Dr. Feild has contributed as a reviewer for the Issues in Mental Health Nursing, as a developer of online nursing coursework, and as a committee member in the Southern Nurses Research Society. She is very passionate about health promotion and the positive role nurses will have to impact future health goals.