Andrea C. Gregg, PhD, RN, has been in active, continuous nursing practice since 1967. Gregg spent her first 20 years in hospital settings working in clinical and administrative roles. Since 1986, she has served as a faculty member of the University of Florida College of Nursing (UFCON) where she earned tenure and achieved associate professor rank in 1993. Gregg has served as director for the UFCON Jacksonville Campus since 1995, and currently serves as interim chair of the Health Care Environments & Systems Department. She has taught undergraduate and graduate nursing courses, both didactic and clinical.
Gregg has served as an elected officer on a variety of professional and community boards. She was a governor-appointed member of the inaugural Florida Center for Nursing Board of Directors, where she was elected chair. Gregg has provided testimony to Florida legislative committees on a variety of nursing issues, and has published articles on nursing administrative systems and nursing issues. Most recently she has developed, taught and published an inter-professional module on clinical ethics. Gregg is past president of the Florida Nurses Association and past chair of the ANA Constituent Assembly. In addition to her at-large role, Gregg is an active member of several ANA board committees and serves as chair of the Committee on Honorary Awards.
Gregg earned a nursing diploma from St. Joseph’s School of Nursing, a BSN from Armstrong State College, a MSN degree in adult nursing/education from the Medical College of Georgia, and a PhD in nursing administration (converted from a DSN degree) from the University of Alabama at Birmingham.
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