College of Nursing
Master of Science in Nursing (MSN)
Donna Fowler is a graduate of Florida State University with a Doctorate in Nursing Practice. She has Nurse Practitioner certifications in Family Practice through AANP and AANC. She has a wide array of experiences in clinical research, cardiovascular care, and family practice. She has publications in research as a single author and contributing author. She holds a certification in education from Florida State University and has teaching experience in conventional and online teaching. Her MS included studies in Women’s Health and Community Health and her philosophy of healthcare is built on the principle of shared responsibility of individual and provider to achieve good health and quality of life. She currently practices in a rural health clinic in an under served area with a low socioeconomic population. Donna has been a part of the Walden Contributing Faculty in the Health Sciences Department since 2013.
NURS 6531 - Advanced Practice Care of Adults Across the Lifespan
NURS 6541 - Primary Care of Adolescents and Children
NURS 6521 - Advanced Pharmacology
DNP, Florida State University
MS, Jacksonville State University
BS, University of Phoenix
AA, Southeast Missouri State University
Awards / Honors
Professor of the Year, Gulf Coast State College, 2011
Fowler, D., Thomas, C. J. (2003). Protocol acuity scoring as a rational approach to clinical research management. Research Practitioner.
Fowler, D., Stolworthy, Y., Thomas, C. J. (2003). Using PDAs to enhance clinical research site operations. Research Practitioner.
Fowler, D., Jones, C. (2002). Quality Management at the Clinical Research Site. Duke University.
Fowler, D. (2002). PDA Use in the Clinical Research Center . Duke University.
Fowler, D., Jones, C. (2002). Protocol Acuity Assessment and Application in a Clinical Trial Setting. Duke.