Ryan Alder DNP-C; family nurse practitioner track; NP, IPC Healthcare; Pinetop, AZ. Ryan’s experience includes six years in cardiology, two years in orthopedics, three years in urgent care, and three years in skilled nursing. He has six national presentations and three published articles. He is a member of Golden Key (GK) and Sigma Theta Tau International (STTI).

BYU gave me a solid clinical foundation on which to build and the critical thinking skills to adapt.

Shelly Pedersen Eber; family nurse practitioner track; FNP, American Fork Internal Medicine; American Fork, UT. Shelly has received these recognitions: SUU Outstanding Nursing Faculty (2008) and Utah State Clinical Excellence Award (2012). She loves to garden and Jeep in Moab with her family. She continues to precept FNP students and loves that aspect of teaching.

BYU gave me the education and resources to be successful.

Jason S. Glade; family nurse practitioner traci; Kennewick, WA.

Christina P. Linton (BS ’98) PhD, FNP-BC; family nurse practitioner track; NP, Revere Health Dermatogolgy; Eagle Mountain, UT.

Christie L. Mangelson; family nurse practitioner track; FNP, Nephi Medical Clinic, and Fountain Green Medical Clinic; Levan, UT.

Kelli P. Parker; family nurse practitioner track; NP, Valley OB/GYN; Payson, UT. Kelli has four daughters and enjoys snowboarding, traveling and playing sports.

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