Associate professor of nursing education
Amanda Haverhals, DNP, RN is an Associate Professor in the Nylen School of Nursing at Morningside University. She received her bachelor of science in nursing degree from Morningside (College) University; her master of science in nursing degree with an emphasis in education from Grand Canyon University and her Doctorate of Nursing Practice from Morningside University. Her areas of expertise include rehabilitation nursing and gerontology. Amanda has presented her doctoral work at the Avera Research and Evidence-Based Practice Conference and the American Association of Colleges of Nurses Transform Conference. She was awarded and completed a summer undergraduate research project with a BSN student to continue her doctoral work to enhance peer feedback among nurses. Amanda has served on the Morningside Online Taskforce, the Tobacco Free Siouxland Taskforce and was a member of the HRSA grant committee. She was a recipient in 2019 for the National Institute of Health “All of Us” grant and coordinated a health promotion event with students to coincide with the grant. She has served as a product reviewer for Elsevier’s online and virtual reality simulation products since 2016. She is a member of Sigma Theta Tau and serves in leadership roles within the Iowa Health Educators Association and Iowa League of Nurses.