MSN, 2006, University of Phoenix
BSN, 1999, Long Island University
Ms. Karla Rodriguez has been an undergraduate clinical instructor since 2005 and has been with NYU College of Nursing since 2007. She has experiences and learned the many clinical sites she has been at with students. She also has been involved with on campus labs such as Simulation and Health Assessment. She is interested in ways of providing quality of care and support for adults and pediatrics which is critically important and challenging in the context of an ever changing supply of nurses throughout the nation. She is always fascinated and intrigued by the interplay of patients’ needs and societal response, thus, her role on care of adults and pediatrics in the context of nursing organization and advanced practice nursing is a fulfilling scientific endeavor.
Clinical Practice / Clinical Interests
Geriatrics, Pediatrics, Simulation, Health Assessment labs, currently working with the NYU Stress Lab Research Team on the Cardiovascular Outcomes and the Appropriate use criteria for Cardiac Radionuclide Imaging and Stress Echocardiography