Sarah Gabua

Contributing Faculty
College of Social and Behavioral Health
Barbara Solomon School of Social Work
Master of Social Work (MSW)

Sarah E. Gabua received her DNP in Nursing at Walden University in November 2014. She currently works as a part-time faculty member in the College of Nursing since April 2018. She teaches or has taught a variety of courses in Nursing Informatics, Leadership and Education. Professionally, Dr. Gabua has worked in the education field since 2011 and the consulting field since 2012 working with various clients in Nursing and Allied Health. She has experience in program and curriculum development as well as regulatory and grant development. She has a clinical background in Cardiology and School Nursing. Dr. Gabua is a Certified Nurse Educator from the National League of Nursing, has a certificate in distance education, and is a Peer Reviewer with Quality Matters. She is a member of a variety of nursing organizations and a past recipient of the ANA-Illinois 40 Under 40 Emerging Nurse Leader award. Dr. Gabua has presented at various Nursing conferences on the topic of Patient/Visitor Violence towards the Healthcare Worker.

Courses Taught

NURS 6051 - Transforming Nursing & HC

NURS 6401 - Informatics in Nursing & HC

NURS 6421 - Supporting Workflow in HC

Public Service

Coast Guard Auxiliary, Member - Naples

Awards / Honors

40 Under 40 Emerging Nurse Leader of Illinois, ANA-Illinois, 2015


Gabua, S. E. (2013). Future of Nursing Education. ANA Illinois

Gabua, S. E. (2013). Violence at the Bedside.

Gabua, S. E. (2013). Violence at the Bedside.

Gabua, S. E. (2013). Workplace Violence.