Reneè Roberts-Turner, D.H.A., M.S.N., R.N., N.E.-B.C., C.P.H.Q.

  • Executive Director, Nursing Excellence, Child and Family Services Magnet® Program
    • Doctor of Health Administration, University of Phoenix, Phoenix, AZ, (2010)
    • Master of Science, Nursing Education, Marymount University, Arlington, VA, (2007)
    • Associate Applied Science, Nursing, Marymount University, Arlington, VA, (1998)
    • Bachelor of Science, Biology, College of Wise, University of Virginia, Wise, VA, (1997)
  • Reneè Roberts-Turner, D.H.A., M.S.N., R.N., N.E.-B.C., C.P.H.Q.'s research interests encompass leadership, nurse job satisfaction, and patient experience. She is committed to ongoing learning in the field of leadership. Dr. Roberts-Turner served as the principal site investigator for a study focused on essential success factors during the merger of two clinical units and also as a co-investigator for a research project aimed at reducing errors in nurses' utilization of intravenous pump technology. Currently, she is leading an international study that explores Mid-Level Nurse Leaders' Role-Related Peak and Nadir Experiences, which is funded by the Nursing Research Support Award from Dr. Suzanne Feetham. Additionally, Dr. Roberts-Turner played a key role in leading an inter-professional team that secured an American Nurses Association Antiracism grant to fund a project aimed at creating an educational program for nurses and support staff on the care of Black and Indigenous People of Color (BIPOC) patients' hair.