Dianna D. Inman is a pediatric nurse practitioner, primary care mental health specialist and an assistant professor of nursing at the University of Kentucky in the graduate program.
Dedicated to serving children and adolescents, her work has focuses on assessing and treating students in schools in underserved areas with primary care, developmental and behavioral health services. She is an active member in the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners, have presented at national conferences and am a member of special interest groups related to school health and mental health. She has authored articles for “Ready Set Grow Health Information for Kids and Parents” magazine sponsored by the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners.
Dianna received the Outstanding Faculty Member Award from the Medical University of South Carolina and the distinguished Palmetto Gold Nurse Recognition Award by the South Carolina Nurses Foundation. She received funding as co-PI from the Duke Endowment and Health Resources and Services Administration for implementing evidence-based programs to decrease aggressive behaviors in elementary school students.
As an advocate for children and adolescents, she served on the First Steps Board to improve school readiness for children in Charleston County, S.C. and is passionate about improving health outcomes of children and adolescents through increasing nursing students’, nurses’ and practitioners’ knowledge and practice related to evidence-based care.
Arizona State University, Tempe
Certifications and Special Training
Pediatric Nursing Certification Board (PPCMHS)
Pediatric Nursing Certification Board (PCPNP)
May 25, 2018