Sarah Oerther, PhD, RN, ANEF, practices nursing spanning from advanced hospital critical care to home health care and disaster medicine in the community. She holds past certifications in toxicology and substance abuse prevention. She is a nurse researcher committed to strengthening positive parenting relationships and children’s health, particularly among families living in rural communities. As an engagement scholar, Sarah has translated research to influence policy through Op-eds in The Missouri Times, The Hill, and the Huff Post and has also co-authored multiple policy statements published by the American Academy of Nursing. Her peer-reviewed publications on the scholarship of teaching and learning highlight nurses leading interprofessional education in the community to improve healthcare globally. Sarah is an Assistant Professor, tenure track, at the Trudy Busch Valentine School of Nursing, Saint Louis University.

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