Patricia Moran, DNP, APRN, ANP-C is full time faculty in the Adult-Gerontological Nurse Practitioner Health Program at Stony Brook. Dr. Moran completed her Doctor of Nursing Practice, a Post-Doctoral Certificate in Education and her Masters of Science in Adult Health as a Nurse Practitioner at Stony Brook University, a Bachelor of Science in Health Administration with a Certificates in Gerontology and Leadership and Human Resources from Saint Joseph’s College, an Associate of Applied Science in Nursing from Suffolk Community College and an Associate of Science in Dental Hygiene from Farmingdale State College. From 2013 to 2016 she was faculty on a grant titled “A Transformative Model in Interprofessional Education of the Care of Elderly Person with Multiple Chronic Conditions.” This grant allowed students from the Adult-Gerontology Nurse Practitioner program to work alongside the students in the Physician Assistant and Masters of Public Health programs in helping elderly patients with chronic medical conditions in a Team Based Learning environment. Her doctoral work was focused on reducing hospital readmissions for the acutely ill person with multiple medical conditions. She was successful in implementing the Society of Hospital Medicine's Project BOOST on a single medical floor in a large academia medical center that resulted in a readmission reduction of 4% in one quarter. Her Post-Doctoral project evaluated the use of a web conferencing software in distant learning with results showing high post course satisfaction for those who participated in the study. Dr. Moran is nationally certified as an Adult Nurse Practitioner with extensive experience as a Nurse Practitioner in the acute care setting. In addition, she was the coordinator for the Nurse Practitioner students at Long Island State Veteran's home facilitating an "at home" geriatric experience. She currently practices as an Adult Nurse Practitioner in a community hospital as well as volunteers with minorities and undocumented citizens who do not have access to medical care.
Patricia E. Moran, DNP, APRN, ANP-C
AS, Dental Hygiene, 1983
BS, Health Administration, 1990
AAS, Nursing, 1995
MS, Adult Health, Stony Brook University, 2002
DNP, Stony Brook University, 2012
Post-Doctoral Certificate in Education, Stony Brook University, 2016
Adult Health Nurse Practitioner
Primary Teaching Areas:
Adult Health and Clinical Practice I & II
Research and Academic Interests
Reducing Hospital Admissions, Transitions of Care, Medication Safety, Team Based Learning, and Maintaining communication with On-line Nurse Practitioner Students with Interactive Computer Programs
HRSA-Grant D0900025509 Buhse, Benzscott, Kuemmel, & Moran, P. 9/2013-6/2016. A Transformative Model in Interprofessional Education for the Care of Elderly Persons with Multiple Chronic Conditions. The purpose of this grant was to develop, implement, evaluate, and sustain interprofessional education with a focus on improving health outcomes for vulnerable and underserved elderly patients with multiple chronic conditions.
Role: Program Director
Lamanna, L., Moran, P. (2018). Diverticular Disease: Changing and evolving paradigms. Gastroenterology Nursing
Moran, P. (2017) Hypertension and Diabetes in the Dental Office. Continuing Education lecture given to registered dental hygienist at Farmingdale State College.
Waryold, J. & Moran, P. (2016). Theories of different modalities to prevent medication errors during transitions of care. Poster presentation at the 2016 Ninth National Doctors of Nursing Practice Conference. Baltimore, Maryland.
Waryold, J. & Moran, P. (2016). Transitions of care and medication safety, Podium presentation at the Nurse Practitioner Association of New York 32rd Annual Conference. Niagara Falls, New York.
Moran, P. (2016). Bridging the gap between the traditional and on-line classroom experience. Poster presentation at the Nurse Practitioner Association of New York 32nd Annual Conference. Niagara Falls, New York.
Waryold, J. & Moran, P. (2016). Pharmacology update: Transitions of care and medication safety. Poster presentation at the American Association of Nurse Practitioners 2016 National Conference. San Antonio, Texas.
Waryold, J. & Moran, P. (2016). Pharmacology update: Transitions of care and medication safety. Poster presentation at the Annual Long Island Nurse Practitioner Association conference. Woodbury, New York.
Waryold, J., Moran, P, & Balkin, N. (2015). Pharmacology update: Medication safety across transitions of care. Poster presentation at the Stony Brook University-Converging Sciences Summit/Uniting Minds to Advance Health. Stony Brook, New York
Roberts, L.A, Waryold, J. M., Moran, P., Marino, M.A. (2014). Successful Interventions to Reduce Medicare Beneficiaries’ Hospital Readmission. Poster presentation at the 2014 Annual Scientific Meeting of the American Geriatrics Society, Presidential Poster Session. Orlando, FL
Roberts, L. Marino, M.A., Waryold, J. & Moran, P. (2013). BOOST Your Patients to Prevent Hospital Readmissions. Poster presentation at the American Geriatrics Society, 2013 Annual Scientific Meeting. Grapevine, Texas.
Roberts, L. A., Marino, M. A., Waryold, J. M. & Moran, P. (2013). Successful interventions to reduce hospital readmissions. Poster presentation at Stony Brook Medicine Quality Sessions. Stony Brook, New York
Moran, P. & Marino, M. (2013). Implementing a transitional care model. Poster presentation at the Stony Brook University Hospital 2nd Annual Partners in Quality and Patient Safety Day. Stony Brook, New York.
Moran, P. (2012). The Nuts and Bolts of Implementing a Transitional Care Model. Podium Presentation at Good Samaritan Hospital Seventh Annual Nursing Research Conference on Translating Evidence from Bench to Bedside. Melville, New York.
Moran, P. & Marino, M. (2012). Implementing a transitional care model. Poster presentation at the Improvement Science Research Network/Summer Institutes on Evidence Based-Quality Improvement. San Antonio, Texas.
Moran, P. (2012). Implementing a transitional care model. Podium Presentation at the Queensborough Community College/Nursing Research: Pathways to Doctorate of Nursing Practice.
Major Accomplishments / Honors
Recipient of the George E. Xippolitos Endowed Memorial Fund, 2011
Member of the American Nurse Practitioner Association
Member of the Long Island Nurse Practitioner Association
Volunteer Nurse Practitioner at RotaCare, Uniondale, New York