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Beverly J Ewing

Name

[Ewing, Beverly J]
  • Clinical Instrtuctor
  • DNP, RN, FNP-BC

Biography

I am an Ohio native and have lived in several other states before making Texas my home. I received my BSN from Kent State University, my ANP/MSN from George Mason University, and both my FNP and DNP from George Washington University. I have taught at both the pre-licensure and graduate levels at George Mason University, Wright State University and University of Texas at Arlington.

My clinical career spans critical care, ER, trauma, primary care, pediatrics, and homeless medicine. I enjoy working with underserved populations in a variety of clinical settings. I am currently employed as part time UTA faculty in the graduate Family Nurse Practitioner Program and full time at John Peter Smith Health Network in Fort Worth, Tx.

In my spare time, I enjoy being with my family, staying active with cycling and running, and riding the family's 2 horses.

Professional Preparation

    • 1994 MSN/ANP in Nursing/Adult Nurse PractitionerGeorge Mason University
    • 1997 FNP in Nursing/Family Nurse PractitionerGeorge Washington University
    • 2010 DNP in Nursing/Nurse PractitionerGeorge Washington University
    • 1985 BSN Kent State University

Courses

Other Teaching Activities

  • 2017
    • NURS 5337
      • Aug 2017 N 5337-451 Family Clinical Practice I

        Introductory clinical and didactic course for UTA Family Nurse Practitioner. Students will use the concepts and education from previous didactic courses and incorporate these experiences into their first clinical rotation. Clinical rotations will be under the direct supervision of a preceptor (MD, DO, PA, NP) in either private offices, community clinic settings, internal medicine, or other approved clinical locations. The student will learn and practice basic history taking skills, physical exam techniques, patient management/treatment, and education. Assignments will include SOAP notes, discussion board assignments, midterm and final exams, as well as midterm and final clinical practicum evaluations. Students must accumulate 180 hours of clinical time.