Dr. Virginia G. Moore received her Ph.D. in Nursing Education at Capella University in June 2017. She currently serves as the Academic Program Coordinator for the Psychiatric and Mental Health Nurse Practitioner program in the College of Nursing at Walden University. She has been employed with Walden University as faculty since July 2018. Dr. Moore began her teaching career as an adjunct faculty member at another university RN-BSN Community Mental Health program in 2015. Professionally, Dr. Moore is a clinical Psychiatric and Mental Health Nurse Practitioner, Board Certified. Dr. Moore holds Advanced Practice Registered Nurse and Registered Nurse licenses in the States of Florida, Minnesota, Oregon, and Washington. She has worked in a variety of mental health settings since obtaining her BSN degree in 1994 including private sector hospitals, state facility hospitals, state prison, community mental health, private practice, and the federal government. Her experiences are within administration, inpatient, and outpatient clinic settings including emergency room and Primary Care-Mental Health Integration teams. She has conducted research in the field of education and psychiatric/mental health. Dr. Moore has served as an SME and has experience with presentations on nursing education, psychiatric and substance use illnesses, telehealth, and primary care- mental health integration topics. She has experience with evidence-based practice mentorship and considered an expert with telepsychiatry.
Moore, V. G. (2017). Essential Frameworks of Postgraduate Certified Nurse Practitioner Training Programs: An E-Delphi Study. CWY Bay Pines Department of Veteran's Affairs Healthcare