Nursing Faculty

Anne-Marie Uebbing

Assistant Professor of Nursing

Degrees

Bachelor of Science in Nursing, Columbia University
Bachelor of Arts in Medical Anthropology, SUNY Purchase
Master of Science in Nursing, Pace University
Doctor of Nursing Practice, Pace University
Registered Nurse
Nurse Practitioner - Family

Office: Aquinas Hall, Room 204
Office Hours: Tuesdays and Wednesdays 2:30- 4:30 pm or by appointment.
Phone: 845-569-3419
Email: anne-marie.uebbing@msmc.edu

Courses

NUR 3030 - Pathophysiology
NUR 5220 - Advanced Adult Health Nursing
NUR 5230 Advanced Physical Assessment
NUR 627 - Advanced Adult Practicum III
NUR 629 - Advanced Peds/Family Practicum
Independent Study - Advanced Adult Nursing Specialty

Bio

Professor Uebbing is a practicing board-certified Family Nurse Practitioner - Internal Medicine, with a specialty focus in pulmonary care. Professor Uebbing previously taught as an adjunct at New York University and Pace University before relocating to the Hudson Valley.

Extra-curricular activities include: 

President-elect New York State Nurse Practitioner Dutchess Ulster Chapter
Kaatsbaan International Dance Foundation - Volunteer
Mohonk Mountain Preserve - Volunteer
Returned Peace Corps Volunteer - Stateside lecturer

Specialization/Areas of Research Interest 

Tropical Medicine
Infectitious Disease
Pulmonary Care
Telemedicine

Memberships and Professional Associations

New York State Nurse Practitioner Association
American Academy of Nurse Practitioners
National Organization of Nurse Practitioner Faculty
Physicians for Social Responsibility
Returned Peace Corps Volunteers of New York

Publications

Uebbing, A. An Argument for Nurse Practitioner Residencies, Journal for Nurse Practitioners, October, 2014. 4(3), pp28-29.

Carr, H, McDermott, A, Tadbiri, H, Uebbing, A. The effectiveness of computer-based learning in hospitalized adults with heart failure on knowledge, re-admission, self-care, quality, and patient satisfaction: A Systematic Review. May, 2014. Johanna Briggs Institute: Adelaide. (DNP Capstone)

Uebbing, A. Rapid Review: Joanna Briggs Institute Appraisal of Spatial association of racial/ethnic disparities between late-stage diagnosis and mortality for female breast cancer: where to intervene? authors: Nancy Tian, J Gaines Wilson, and F Benjamin Zhan. March, 2012, Joanna Briggs Institute: Adelaide.

Current Research

Feasibility Study--What is the Effect of an Avatar-based Smartphone application on knowledge and self care among home-dwelling adults with Type II Heart Failure? A feasibility study to determine if novel interventions such as avatar-based education, can reduce hospital readmissions and promote self care health management. Clinical Partner St. Luke’s Hospital Heart Failure unit (Iinitial phase of planning- applying for an organizational grant and NIH New Investigator RO1 funding).

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