Saribel Garcia Quinones

Faculty

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Saribel Garcia Quinones

DNP PNP-BC

Clinical Associate Professor

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Saribel Garcia Quinones's additional information

Saribel G. Quinones, DNP, RN, PCPNP-BC, is a clinical associate professor at NYU Rory Meyers College of Nursing. She has taught both the undergraduate and graduate programs for over eleven years. The depth of her knowledge and experience allows her to go beyond a traditional lecture and provide her students with concrete personal examples and real-time clinical case studies that offer a meaningful educational experience for her students.   

For more than 25 years, she has been in clinical practice as a nurse practitioner in primary care. She is passionate about health promotion and disease prevention as an advocate of immunizations, healthy eating, and physical activity.  She has successfully worked with Latino families on obesity prevention and healthy eating strategies in the clinic setting as well as via Telehealth. 

As a specialist in child maltreatment, Quinones has worked in child advocacy centers in both New York and Florida. Her mission is to help provide every child with a safe and nurturing environment so that they may reach their maximum growth and development.  Her scholarship includes publications, research projects, local, national, and international presentations.

 

DNP - Columbia University
MSN - University of Miami
BSN - University of Miami

Pediatric
Primary care
Global
Families
Underserved populations
Interprofessionalism
Obesity
Simulation
Vulnerable & marginalized populations

Association of Faculties of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners
American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children
National Association of Hispanic Nurses
National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners
Sigma Theta Tau International

Publications

Teaching Essentials Communication Strategies for a Comprehensive Well-child Visit Using Simulation with Family Nurse Practitioner Students

Nahum, J. L., & Quinones, S. (2020). In Innovative Strategies in Teaching Nursing 1st edition (1st ed.). Springer.