Lilo Fink

Contributing Faculty
College of Nursing
Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP)

Nursing Career for 43 years, Originally from New York. Presently, am a Family Nurse Practitioner in Red Bluff, California in a Rural Health Clinic seeing 20-plus patients per day in Family practice. I see chronic pain patients one day a week and the other days see primary care patients, diabetes, women's health, epilepsy, and cardiac to name a few.. Recently, published in the American Journal of Nurse Practitioners,on Fibromyalgia. I am a member of the Coalition of Addiction Medicine for Opioid addiction. I have published on Barriers to Rural Health. I presently teach in the FNP program as well as The Doctoral Program. I love teaching and especially love teaching
I am married, have 2 grown children and 3 grandchildren, and my doggie and feline. children
I love traveling and movies, theatre and being with people.

Courses Taught

NURS 8410 - Best Practices in Nursing

NURS 8700 - DNP Project Mentoring

NURS 8701 - DNP Project Completion


DNP, Walden University

Post-master's Certificate, Duke University

MSN, Grand Canyon University

BSN, Northeastern University


Fink, L., Lewis, D. (2017). Exercise as a Treatment for Fibromyalgia: A Scoping Review. The Journal for Nurse Practitioners