“There is no whole health, unless there is mental health.” Stigma has crippled too many people in which their cognitive perception has imprisoned them from becoming the best individual that they are already, in the view of the public. Director of the PMHNP DNP program and Assistant Professor of Nursing at UNF, with more than 16 years as a nurse educator, 11 years’ experience as an Advanced Practice Registered Nurse, dual board certified in Adult Nurse Practitioner and Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner fields, including a DNP interested in scholarly endeavors, with over 30 years in the medical field
Dr. Vossos, has been nicknamed “Dr. V.” by collegial nurses, nurse practitioners and physicians. Dr. V. earned her education for LPN and ADN-RN from Mid-Michigan Community College, dual MSN in Nursing (ANP & PMHNP) from the University of Michigan-Flint and Doctorate of Nursing Practice from Concordia University-Wisconsin. Her clinical practice encompasses providing mental health services for diverse populations while treating the “whole health of the person.”
Dr. Vossos is a nurse researcher, an author, and an active member in the American Psychiatric Nurse Association, President-Elect 2021, American Nurse Association, Florida Association of Nurse Practitioners and National Organization of Nurse Practitioner Faculties. Primary research foci is centered on mental healthcare topics, transcultural nursing care, translational nursing scientific research evidence based clinical practice pedagogical projects.