Dr. Kae Livsey has more than a decade of experience creating and developing applied community-based learning experiences for undergraduate BSN students, with particular emphasis on use of community-based service learning experiences, simulation and working with underserved populations.
Dr. Livsey also has experience working as a BSN-prepared RN in a primary care setting, where she engaged in chronic disease management and practice redesign for a free clinic as the sole RN on staff. She received her BSN from UNC-Chapel Hill, her MPH from the Rollins School of Public Health at Emory University, and her PhD in Nursing from George Mason University.
Since 2016, she has been serving as PI on two large HRSA grants to embed primary care-focused experiences in the undergraduate nursing curriculum. She also has extensive experience in policy and advocacy, having served at the American Association of Occupational Health Nurses. She also has recently been seated on the HRSA National Advisory Committee for Nursing Education and Practice.