Amanda Rohde, DNP, CRNP, AGPCNP-BC
Amanda Rohde, a doctorally prepared certified registered nurse practitioner, is a clinical coordinator and clinical faculty member in the Master’s (Entry into Nursing) Program and was recently named the DNP/AP simulation coordinator. She is a certified nurse educator. Dr. Rohde graduated cum laude as a Cohen’s Scholar from the Doctor of Nursing Practice Adult/Gerontology Primary Care Program at the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing. She earned her MSN, with a focus in nursing education, and BSN degrees from Towson University. Dr. Rohde has 10 years of experience as a registered nurse and the focus of her advanced practice nursing career is adult/gerontology primary care. She presented a peer-reviewed poster, “Nursing Students’ Reflections on Vaccine Administration During the Covid-19 Global Pandemic,” at the 2021 Sigma International Nursing Convention.
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2020 Grant recipient/inducted into the Cohen Scholar’s Program
2018-21 Student-selected mentor at the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing Lighting of the Lamp Ceremony
2017 Nurse Leader for Sigma Theta Tau
2012 Maternal/Newborn Award for the May 2012 CCBC Nursing graduating class