Karla Rodriguez


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Karla Rodriguez


Clinical Assistant Professor

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Karla Rodriguez's additional information

Karla Rodriguez, CNE, DNP, RN, is a clinical assistant professor at New York University Rory Meyers College of Nursing. She is a certified nurse educator with a background in adult and pediatric medical-surgical populations. She has been a registered nurse since 1999 and an instructor in NYU's undergraduate nursing program since 2007. Her interests are in mobilizing patients back into the community and taking part in making positive lifestyle changes for lifelong health. 

Rodriguez earned her DNP from Quinnipiac University, MSN in nursing education from Phoenix University, and BSN from Long Island University.

DNP - Quinnipiac University
MSN, Nursing Education - Phoenix University
BSN - Long Island University

Nursing education
Nursing workforce
Oral-systemic health
Holistic care
Adult health
Complementary/integrative health
Underserved populations

American College of Lifestyle Medicine
American Holistic Nurses Association
American Nurses Association
National Association of Hispanic Nurses
National Health Association
National League of Nursing
Sigma Theta Tau


NEAT for nurses

Rodriguez, K. (2021). Nursing Made Incredibly Easy, 19(6), 52-54. 10.1097/01.NME.0000793100.92230.e5

Innovative use of concept care planning in a large class

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Quadangulation: A New Methodology Combining Ethnographic Research and Quality Improvement Projects in Health Science Research

Rodriguez, K., & Hallas, D. (2020). Journal of Pediatric Health Care, 34(3), 273-278. 10.1016/j.pedhc.2019.12.006
The purpose of this paper is to describe quadangulation as a methodology for conducting and analyzing combined ethnographic studies and quality improvement (QI) projects into one comprehensive investigation to improve the quality of health care. A comprehensive base of cultural influences in all health-care delivery settings, obtained from the design, implementation, and interpretation of a rigorous ethnographic investigation, and a QI project is new proposed methodology, called quadangulation. This new methodology has the potential to influence transformational cultural change, quality whole-person patient-centered care, and improved population health, through in-depth qualitative and quantitative analysis of cultural influences and clinical problems.

Engaging and Supporting Youth to Promote Adherence Success (EASYPAS): A Cognitive Behavioral Intervention for Youth Living with HIV

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Beliefs and perceptions of mentorship among nursing faculty and traditional and accelerated undergraduate nursing students

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Faculty and Student Perspectives on Mentorship in a Nursing Honors Program

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Making QSEN visible in the classroom: Innovative use of in-class care mapping activity

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Knowledge, attitudes, and practices of baccalaureate nursing students regarding oral health assessment

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