Nancy A. Mimm is an Assistant Professor in the Nursing Program with a specialization/concentration in Population Health at Harrisburg University. Nancy is board certified in Advanced Public Health with a demonstrated history of working in healthcare leadership. She is interested in public health topics including maternal child health, nursing leadership, public health administration, evidence-based practice implementation and the evaluation of clinical outcomes. Her research interests include pregnancy outcomes including substance-exposed infants and mothers, breastfeeding, safe infant sleep, prevention of childhood morbidities associated with social and economic disadvantage, and public policy.
Nancy Mimm received her Doctor of Nursing Practice from Rutgers University. Her scholarly project was Bridging the Breastfeeding Gap through the Pediatric Nurse Practitioner.