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Amy Siple

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Miscellaneous Information

Miscellaneous Information:

Amy Siple is an Associate Professor of Nursing at Newman University where she teaches Nursing Assessment, Pharmacology, Advanced Principles of Aging and Dying Well. As a part of the national Geriatric Nursing Education Consortium, Amy is very committed to disseminating information about care of the elderly and has traveled around the country providing numerous lectures on the pathology and care of clients with Alzheimer’s disease. In addition, she maintains an active practice as a geriatric based NP in her work for Wichita Medical Associates. She appreciates the opportunity to positively influence the lives of her patients, students, and her broader community.


Masters of Science in Nursing as a Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP) and Clinical Nurse Practitioner. Certified as both a Family Nurse Practitioner and Gerontologic Specialist

Areas of Expertise:

Care of Older Adults. Maintains an active practice as a geriatric nurse practitioner.

Research Interest:

Alzheimer's Disease

Publications & Presentations:

Well sought after speaker on numerous topics centered around gerontologic care. The majority of her requests are for presentations on de-prescribing, polypharmacy, managing dementia related behaviors, and understanding Alzheimers. Has provided some Key Note speeches on "Enhancing your Influence Published Clinician News July 2005, April 2003 and Nov/Dec 2003 Commencement speaker for Newman's graduation ceremonies fall 2011/spring 2012

Affiliations / Community Leadership:

Was appointed by the Governor Colyer to the Alzheimer's Disease Task force for the state of Kansas. Geriatric Nursing Education Consortium American Association of Nurse Practitioners Nurse Practitioner for Wichita Medical Associates Kansas Alliance of Advanced Practice Nurses Nurses Christian Fellowship Geriatric Advanced Practice Nurse Association

Recognition & Awards:

Academic Excellence Award for Newman University 2011


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