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Chrystyne Olivieri

Assistant Professor, LIU Graduate Department of Nursing, FNP Program

B.S., Molloy CollegeM.S., LIU Post, FNP ProgramD.N.P, Stony Brook University, NY

Description

Dr. Olivieri joined our Department of Nursing in the Graduate FNP Department September 2016. She brings to our students over 30 years of Diabetes experience. She has over 15 years of Cardiovascular work experience, Family Practice and overall Endocrinology knowledge. In this era of health problems associated with obesity and diabetes, this is relevant and invaluable information for our students as they enter the workforce.

As a graduate of our own LIU Graduate Nursing Program, Dr. Olivieri has the unique perspective of what our program offers to our students. She continually strives to improve it based on emerging research towards improving student as well as patient outcomes.

Specialties

Dr. Olivieri maintains the designation as Certified Diabetes Educator. This is a National Board Certification through the NCBDE (National Certifying Board of Diabetes Educators), supported by the AADE (American Association of Diabetes Educators). This is a well-recognized certification by employers as well as patients. It is one that will continue to garner exceptional value in local communities for its relevance to the plethora of chronic diseases so prevalent in society today.

Publications

Olivieri, Chrystyne. "Boy, Am I Tired!! Sleep.... Why You Need It!." Journal for Leadership and Instruction 15.2 (2016): 33-36.
Olivieri, Chrystyne. “Lifestyle Modifications vs Pharmacological Treatment for Patients with Diabetes”. The Clinical Advisor: Advisor Forum March 2017. Editorial Response.

Lectures and Presentations

International:

Sigma Theta Tau International 43rd Biennial Convention, Las Vegas, Nevada –November 7-11, 2015

Poster Presentation for doctoral project: “Educational Intervention using the Paleo Diet to Prevent Progression of Prediabetes to Type 2 Diabetes”

Regional:

Stony Brook University School of Nursing: Nursing Research Day – May 8, 2015

Poster Presentation for doctoral project: “Educational Intervention using the Paleo Diet to Prevent Progression of Prediabetes to Type 2 Diabetes”

Molloy College Nursing Research & Evidence-Based Practice Conference - March 2016

Poster Presentation for doctoral project: “Educational Intervention using the Paleo Diet to Prevent Progression of Predicates to Type 2 Diabetes” – Poster selected as award winning and outstanding. Chosen to participate on Discussion Panel.

Nurse Practitioner Association of NY, Long Island Chapter Annual Conference, Woodbury, NY April 2016

Poster presentation for doctoral project: “Educational Intervention using the Paleo Diet to Prevent Progression of Prediabetes to Type 2 Diabetes”

Nurse Practitioner Association of NY, Long Island Chapter Annual Conference, Woodbury, NY April 2017
Chosen as speaker forAnnual Conference: “Caring for Patients with PreDM and T2DM – What Every CDE knows” – 1 hour CME presentation.


State:

Nurse Practitioner Association of New York State Annual Conference, Niagara Falls, New York – October 1-4, 2015

Poster presentation for doctoral project: “Educational Intervention using the Paleo Diet to Prevent Progression of Prediabetes to Type 2 Diabetes”


Honors/Awards

LIU School of Health Professions and Nursing. Faculty Marshall, May 2017 Graduation Ceremony.

Professional Affiliations

Sigma Theta Tau, National Honor Society of Nursing, Indicted 2000
Nurse Practitioner Association of NY, Member since 2003
American Association of Nurse Practitioners, Member since 2005
American Diabetes Association – Professional Member since 2010
American Association of Diabetes Educators – Member since 2010
Alere Home Monitoring – Anticoagulation specialist since 2012
SCOPE Educational Journal – Member of Peer Review Committee since 2015