Tauna Gulley, Ph.D., RN, FNP-BC, CNE

Professor of Nursing and RN-BSN Coordinator

  • Office: CTC, Office 218
  • Telephone: (606) 218-5765
  • E-mail: TaunaGulley@upike.edu

NUR 302: Advanced Concepts in Nursing Practice
NUR 304: Health Assessment for Registered Nurses
NUR 401: Population Based Nursing Care
NUR 405: Nursing Synthesis and Capstone

PhD East Tennessee State University, Johnson City, TN December 2011

MSN/FNP Radford University, Radford, VA June 1998

BSN Clinch Valley College, Wise, VA May 1995

AD Mountain Empire Community College, Big Stone Gap, VA May 1992

NA Mountain Empire Community College, Big Stone Gap, VA Sept 1989

BS (Biology) Clinch Valley College, Wise, VA May 1989

Kenny, Sr. B., & Gulley, T. (2019). “Better for Being with You:” A Philosophy of Care. Washington, DC:
Pacem in Terris Press.
Purchase link:www.amazon.com/BETTER-BEING-YOU-Philosophy-Care/dp/1733047522

Gulley, T., Tyson, T., Collins, E., Helton, R., Hill-Collins, P., France, N., & Hubbard, S. (2020). The Health Wagon Partners with the Virginia Department of Health to Provide COVID-19 Testing in Rural Southwest Virginia. Journal of Appalachian Health, 2(3):146–9. DOI: https://doi.org/10.13023/jah.0203.12

Gulley, T., Sullivan, B., & Workman, C. (2020). Disaster simulation: Patient evacuation during a tornado. Teaching and Learning in Nursing,

Baker, L., Smith, W., Gulley, T., & Tomann, M. (2019). Community perceptions of comprehensive harm reduction programs and stigma towards people who inject drugs in rural Virginia. Journal of Community Health, https://doi.org/10.1007/s10900-019-00732-8

Gulley, T., Damron, K., Simpson, M. (2019). Creating a virtual evidence room for RN-BSN accreditation.
Teaching and Learning in Nursing, 14(11), 157-159.

Interprofessional Education
Self-Efficacy among Nursing Students
Community Resilience