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Erica Lewis

Erica J. Lewis

Associate Professor School of Nursing

James Madison University

Erica J. Lewis

Dr. Erica Lewis is associate professor at James Madison University’s School of Nursing where she instructs students at all levels from undergraduate to doctoral. She also serves as a content designer and instructor in the JMU X-Labs. She has created a robust program of research while maintaining sustained professional community service and excellent teaching outcomes. Her work with numerous interdisciplinary faculty teams often spans traditional boundaries, such as across institutions and with non-adjacent disciplines. Topics about which she consistently publishes include bioethics, quality improvement, and innovation in nursing and higher education. She has been an invited speaker for the American Association of Colleges of Nursing and at the University of Pennsylvania. Dr. Lewis has strategically scaled her work and is part of a team awarded $200,000 to improve substance use disorder training for university health profession students. Dr. Lewis received her Ph.D. in nursing from the University of Virginia.

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