Natalie Cyphers, Ph.D., RN, CPN, FCN
Natalie Cyphers is an associate professor in the Division of Nursing. She has a background in a variety of patient care settings, including hospitals, home care, school nursing, and faith community nursing. Her clinical experience includes pediatric nursing in both acute care and community health settings. In addition, she has clinical experience in adult orthopedic, general medical/surgical, and neonatal intensive care.
Dr. Cyphers teaches in the undergraduate nursing programs and is the coordinator of the Accelerated BSN program. Dr. Cyphers also teaches in the Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) program and assists the DNP students with their scholarly projects.
Dr. Cyphers is a member of The Society of Pediatric Nurses, Nursing of Children Network, Christian Nurses Fellowship, and Sigma Theta Tau International, Mu Omicron chapter. Her research interests include religiosity and health, maternal/child health, and trauma-informed care.
Dr. Cyphers received her BSN at East Stroudsburg University and her MSN in parent child nursing at the University of North Dakota. She completed her Ph.D. in nursing from the University of North Dakota in 2015.