Being a nurse and becoming a nurse practitioner has been a privilege and a journey for which I have no regrets! I believe in the potential for nursing to help address the challenges of providing quality, affordable and accessible health care to our communities. Helping other nurses make this journey to become nurse practitioners in our adult gerontology primary care nurse practitioner (AGPCNP) program is an exciting opportunity and it is made all the better by taking place in a university setting that values academic excellence, upholds Christian values and promotes Christ-like service to others.
- “Diabetes Self-Management: Best Practices and Integration Strategies”. Gwenyth Wagner APRN, Cecilia Ponce LSCSW. Central States Integration Summit. April 25th, 2019, Omaha, NE
- “Impact of an Individualized Practice Unit on the Outcomes of Type II Diabetes” Amalia Almeida ARPN, Gwenyth Wagner APRN, Anne Vangarsse MD. Poster Presentation at the National Association of Community Health Centers (NACHC) Annual Conference. August 2017, San Diego, CA
- “Improving the Management of Chronic Kidney Disease in Primary Care”. Poster Presentation at the University of Kansas Student Research Forum. April 2014, Kansas City KS
- “Paths to Servant Leadership”. Poster Presentation at the Robert Wood Johnson New Careers in Nursing Conference. September 2010, Washington, DC
- “Implementing Technology in Course Re-design” Annual Faculty Exhibition & Tea, April 2010, MidAmerica Nazarene University, Olathe, KS
- “Gaining the Best Evidence: An Ongoing Applied Learning Project For Graduate Students” Dr. Wanda Bonnel and Gwenyth Wagner. 4th annual conference on Applied Learning in Higher Education. Feb 2009, St. Joseph, MO