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Amy Wilson

Contributing Faculty

College of Nursing

Degree Program Master of Science in Nursing (MSN)

Amy Swango Wilson is an faculty in the School of Nursing. Dr. Swango Wilson has been in nursing for 40 years and has taught more than 30 of those years in undergraduate Rn programs as well as in graduate programs. Dr. Swango Wilson currently is coordinating an NIH IDea Stated pediatric network grant focus on rural populations. Other research activities have included wellness research, research with connective tissue (lupus), diabetes, cardio vascular disease, and developmental disabilities. The population of focus for most of her research has been the Alaska Native people.

Courses Taught

Nurs 6052 - Essentials of Evidenced BasedPractice

Nurs 6050 - Policy and Advocady for Population Health

Nurs 6002 - Foundations for Graduate Studies


PhD, Walden University

Public Service

Alaska Native Tribal health consortium, Volunteer - Anchorage, United States

USO, Volunteer - Anchorage, Alaska

Awards / Honors

Certified Nurse Educator, NLN, 2012