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Audrey H. Kuntz, Ed.D, M.S.N.

Director of Perioperative Education and Research, Perioperative Services

Email: audrey.kuntz@vanderbilt.edu
Phone: (615) 322-7387
Fax: (615) 936-8559

Dr. Kuntz is the Director of Perioperative Education and Research at Vanderbilt University Medical Center. She serves on a number of perioperative and organizational committees and is responsible for the design, development and dissemination of learning for perioperative staff and faculty. Dr. Kuntz earned a Doctor of Education degree in Curriculum and Instruction a from Tennessee State University, a Masters of Science in Nursing from the University of Southern Mississippi, and a Bachelors of Science in Nursing from Carlow College (now University). She has been with Vanderbilt since 1995 in as an assistant manager on a general medicine unit and as a consultant to the Learning Center while maintaining her RN licensure in Pennsylvania and Tennessee. Prior to joining Vanderbilt, Dr. Kuntz served in the United States Air Force as a nurse in orthopedic and neurosurgery surgery and multispecialty critical care unit. Dr. Kuntz has a number of varied interests to include risk management, improving health care provider communications (particularly handovers), and developing web-based e-learning, for which she is recognized as a leader and innovator. Dr. Kuntz serves as a consultant for patient safety issues and mentors medical and nursing students either in the OR setting or in their respective professional schools and facilitates the evidence based nursing with the perioperative and the greater VUMC setting.

Education & Training
B.S.N. – Carlow College
M.S.N. – University of Southern Mississippi
Ed.D. – Tennessee State University

Recent Publications

  1. Kuntz, A. and Bills, J.L. Where there's a will, there’s a way: Developing e-learning from the perspective of two generalists. Panel discussion topic accepted for the MedBiquitous National Conference, Baltimore, MD, May 2008
  2. Kuntz, A. and Bills, J.L. Developing e-learning from the perspective of two generalists. Technical demonstration abstract submitted for Conference of Southern Group on Educational Affairs, Nashville, TN, April 2008
  3. Cook, S., Diaz, D.D., Berry, J., Maenza, J., Randa, S.,and Kuntz, A. Effects of Multidisciplinary Management on the Appropriate Acuity Classification of Surgical Cases, 2005 AORN Congress Poster.
  4. Kuntz, A. H. 2003. The Effects of a Pilot Support Program on the Transformatonal Learning Processes of New Nurses. Disertation Abstracts. ProQuest document ID: 765867781
  5. Kuntz, A. H. 2003. Precepting for Success Workshop. Workshop presented at a number of presentations at Vanderbilt and at other healthcare organizations around the country.

 

   
   
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