Marianne Fingerhood, DNP, ANP-BC
OverviewMarianne Fingerhood has been a nurse for over 35 years. Her career began at the bedside in Cardiac Critical Care and continued as a staff educator. She has been a nurse practitioner in adult primary care for more than 20 years and a clinical preceptor and nursing instructor for the past 19 years. In all settings, she has brought a passion for education, whether it be with patients, students, or colleagues. As a nurse practitioner with Johns Hopkins Community Physicians, she collaborates with other members of the health care team to promote excellence in prevention and management of chronic illness and patient education. Her areas of interest are safe opioid prescribing, identification and treatment of opioid use disorder, and the support and education of nurse practitioners as they transition into their roles as primary care providers. In July 2020, she received a grant from the Maryland Higher Education Commission to begin a Primary Care Nurse Practitioner Fellowship.
Below are selected resources. For more information, please see full CV.
Goodwin, M., Fingerhood, M. and Davidson, P. (in press) Development of an Innovative Curriculum-to-Career Transition Program for Nurse Practitioners in Primary Care. Nursing Outlook.
MacDonald B, Floyd O, Dowd-Green C, Bertram A, Fingerhood M, Sharps P, Stewart RW (in press), Measuring the contribution of clinical rotations to skills confidence in primary care NP students. JAANP.
2020 Maryland Daily Record – Health Care Hero
2020 DAISY Foundation award for Advanced Practice Clinical Teaching – Johns Hopkins University
2018 Academy of Clinical Excellence – Johns Hopkins Community Physicians Induction
1999 Sigma Theta Tau Induction