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Elvis Ngyia

Clinical Instructor

College of Nursing

Degree Program Master of Science in Nursing (MSN)

Dr. Ngyia has been in clinical practice for 10 years. His experience is wide ranging including outpatient family medicine, out patient psychiatry, inpatient psychiatry, addiction medicine, urgent care, long-term care/rehabilitation and occupational medicine. He loves to teach and since 2014, has served as clinical preceptor for nurse practitioner students from the following universities: Walden University, Maryville University, University of Texas at Arlington, Grand Canyon University, Texas Tech University, Brandman University, Baylor University and Pordue University. Dr. Ngyia is also an adjunct faculty at Walden university. He has also served as content expert supervising Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) students from four different universities. In other capacities, Dr. Ngyia currently serves as the president of the International Organization of African Nurses. His research focus is in addiction medicine; currently in the data collection phase of a study related to the impact of psychotherapy in persons with a diagnosis of substance abuse disorder and a mood or anxiety disorder