Elizabeth Card serves as Research Nurse Practitioner within department of anesthesiology conducting research on resiliency, burnout, pain, delirium and EBP integration and Nurse Practitioner within the urgent care clinics at Vanderbilt University Medical Center. She adjunct faculty at Lipscomb University School of Nursing. She created and served as Editor for The Empowered Nurse, Vanderbilt’s internal peer review nursing journal and current Advance Practice Section Editor for Journal of Emergency Nursing. She serves as coordinator for American Society of PeriAnesthesia Nurses Advocacy Strategic Work Team, she also leads their Action Coalition to Address Waste Anesthetic Gases and is a past president and past director of research of the society. She serves on the boards of directors for Tennessee Society of PeriAnesthesia Nurses and Tennessee Viticultural Enological Society. She has volunteered through the America Red Cross, Girl Scouts of America and the Remote Appalachia Medical Missions for community service and past Research Nurse Consultant for Vanderbilt University Medical Center where she created education, coached and mentored nurses of all levels across the enterprise in completing and disseminating original research. She holds a MSN from Union University and is a current DNP student at Aspen University.
MSN, APRN, FNP-BC, CPAN, CCRP, FASPAN
Nurse Practitioner and Research Nurse Practitioner
Vanderbilt University Medical Center