College of Health Sciences
Rhoda San Jose received her Doctor of Nursing Practice degree from Walden University in February 2017, with her DNP project focused on nursing informatics and quality improvement. She currently serves as a Contributing Faculty member with Walden University in the School of Nursing and served in this role since March 2018. Dr. San Jose has been a nurse for over 20 years and has been working as a nurse educator since 2004 in the academic, hospital, community, and population health settings. In 2011, her role as a nurse educator expanded to new program development and implementation. Since then she became more involved in managing complex projects related to clinical information systems implementation. Most of these projects involved workflow analysis, data analysis, assessment and care planning development, training program development and evaluation, quality improvement, and project management. Dr. San Jose is certified as nurse professional development specialist by ANCC and has presented posters related to nursing education and health information technology at the Association for Nursing Professional Development (ANPD) conferences. She has served as a presentation reviewer and moderator at the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society 2018 and 2019 conferences.