Amalia Gedney-Lose, DNP, ARNP, NP-C
Dr. Amalia Gedney-Lose received her BSN and DNP from the University of Iowa. Dr. Gedney-Lose began her career as an FNP in a rural family medicine clinic, caring for patients across the lifespan. In 2019, Dr. Gedney-Lose became a clinical assistant professor at the UI College of Nursing and has taught in both the undergraduate and graduate programs. In addition to teaching duties, Dr. Gedney-Lose practices with the University of Iowa Department of Family Medicine, serves as the director of the FNP program, and is a faculty advisor to the Student Nurses Association. Dr. Gedney-Lose is passionate about developing the next generation of advanced practice and baccalaureate prepared nurses by emphasizing the importance of a collaborative approach to providing person-centered care, nursing leadership, and the role that quality and safety play in improving health care for individuals and communities.
- Primary care across the lifespan
- Health promotion and health maintenance
- Quality improvement