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Tammy Slater, DNP, MS, ACNP

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Tammy Slater
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Overview

Tammy Slater is an Acute Care Nurse Practitioner. She specializes in the care of adult patients with cardiovascular disease. She is an instructor in the department of Acute and Chronic Care at Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing. She has extensive experience in medicine, surgery and critical care. Currently, she practices as an ACNP in cardiothoracic surgery at Johns Hopkins Hospital. Dr. Slater has spoken nationally on utilizing Nurse Practitioners in cardiothoracic critical care and on the implementation of a peri-operative glycemic control protocol in cardiac surgery patients. She published a chapter on how to place a skin lead to act as a ground wire for temporary pacing and contributed to a book chapter on the management of postoperative cardiac arrhythmias in cardiac surgery patients. In addition, she is a reviewer for Critical Care Nurse and AACN Procedure Manual for Critical Care, 7th edition.

Areas of Scholarly Expertise and Interest

Cardiovascular Disease, Cardiovascular Surgery, Critical Care, Adult Health
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  • Publications

    Martinez, E., Chavez-Valdez, R., Holt, N., Grogan, K. L., Khalifeh, K., Slater, T., Winner, L., Moyer, J. and Lehmann, C. 2011. “Successful Implementation of a Perioperative Glycemic Control Protocol in Cardiac Surgery: Barrier analysis and intervention using lean six sigma.” Anesthesiology Research and Practice, 10 pages.

    Martinez, E., Warczynski, T., Wallop, J., Slater, T., & Owens, S. In J. Conte, W. Baumgartner, S. Owens, & T. Dorman. 2008. “Management of Postoperative Cardiac Arrhythmias.” The Johns Hopkins Manual of Cardiac Surgical Care (329-360). Philadelphia, PA: Mosby.

    Slater, T. “Nurse Practitioners in Cardiothoracic Critical Care.” Presented at the Cardiothoracic
    Surgical Critical Care Conference, Washington, DC, March 2008. Invited, podium.

    Slater, T. “Glycemic Control: Practical Protocol Selection.” Presented at the Cardiothoracic Surgical Critical Care Conference, Washington, D.C., March 2008. Invited, podium.

     

  • Research
    • Cardiovascular surgery
    • Cardiac surgery
    • Palliative care
    • Acute care nurse practitioners
    • Intensive care
  • Awards and Honors

    2015 Outstanding Advanced Practice Clinical Award from Maryland Nurses Association

    2015 Nursing Faculty Fellowship from Maryland Higher Education Commission

    1997 Certificate of Appreciation for Clinical Expertise from Towson University

    1997 Sinai Hospital’s Maryland Nurse of the Year

    1992 Inducted into Sigma Theta Tau

    1986 Award for Academic Excellence & Achievement from Eastern Vocational Technical High School