College of Nursing
Master of Science in Nursing (MSN)
Dr. Fant has over 30 years as nurse educator in ADN, BSN, and MSN programs, both on ground and online. She is currently an adjunct faculty member at Walden.
She developed a nursing informatics track and has revised informatics nursing courses. Her clinical background includes ED and critical care. She is a member of informatics associations. Currently, she is active in a big data initiative's education workgroup at The University of Minnesota.
Nursing informatics is Dr. Fant's research field with her current focus on examining nurse practitioners' perceptions of sharing clinical notes. Dr. Fant is a retired Col in Air Force Reserves where she functioned in numerous clinical and administrative positions.
Nurs 6051 - Transforming Nursing and Healthcare Though Technology
Nurs 6401 - Informatics in Nursing and Healthcare
BSN, Columbia University - New York, NY United States
MSN, University of Nebraska Medical Center - Omaha, NE United States
PhD, Catholic University of America - Washington, DC United States
Post-master's Certificate, University of Maryland - Baltimore, MD United States
Fant, C. T. (2019). Sharing Clinical Notes with Patients: The Nurse Practitioner Perspective. The Nurse Practitioner.
Fant, C. T. (2019). Disasters: Who Responds When. The Nurse Practitioner.
Fant, C. T. (2018). Exploration of Portal Activation by Patients in a Healthcare System. Computers, Informatics, Nursing.
Fant, C. T. (2018). Too many medication alerts: How alarm frequency affects providers. The Nurse Practitioner.
Fant, C. T. (2015). Patient Portal and Implications for Nursing; Using Technology to Increase Patient Engagement. Advance Healthcare Network.
Fant, C. T. (2015). Transition from ICD-9 to ICD-10 Implications for Nurse Practitioners. The Nurse Practitioner.
Fant, C. T. (2019). Nurse Practitioner Perceptions on Sharing of Clinical Notes via Patient Portals. AANP.