Dr. Erika Borlie-Crawford has been a Board Certified Women's Health Nurse Practitioner since 2001 working in all domains, hospital based practice, private practice, and within the inpatient/outpatient hospital setting. Dr. Borlie-Crawford continues to practice in a OB/GYN Hospital practice in the state of Maryland.
She entered the nursing field in 1995 as a labor and delivery nurse. She received her Master of Science degree from the University of Maryland School of Nursing in 2001. Dr. Borlie-Crawford was conferred her Doctorate of Nursing Practice degree in May 2017 with her research focus on “What Impact Has the Affordable Care Act had on Women’s Health?”
Borlie-Crawford has participated in several medical mission trips. A Maryland native, she is a member of Maryland Responds (Maryland Professional Volunteer Corps). She also volunteers with faith-based organizations.
NURS 6551 - Primary Care of Women
DNP, Drexel University
MS, University of Maryland at Baltimore School of Nursing
BSN, University of Maryland at Baltimore School of Nursing
Borlie-Crawford, E. (2016). Criteria for Evaluation of Nurse Practitioner Programs.
Borlie-Crawford, E. (2017). Common Advanced Practice Registered Nurse Doctoral-Level Competencies.
Borlie-Crawford, E. (2014). Using the Life Course Theory to Translate Perinatal Health Disparities Research into Practice. ENRS
Borlie-Crawford, E. (2017). What Impact Has the ACA Had on Women's Healthcare?. Drexel University