Angela Kelly

DNP, RN, APN, WHNP-BC, RNC-OB
Clinical Assistant Professor
Contact Information
Rutgers School of Nursing–Camden
530 Federal Street, Room 323
Camden, NJ 08102
Phone: 
(609) 837-2915
Education: 
DNP: University of Medicine & Dentistry of New Jersey
MSN: Drexel University
BSN: Drexel University
Selected Publications: 

“Advancing Nursing Education in Southern New Jersey” An Abstract Presentation Lead Author, Facilitator Villanova School of Nursing October 2012

Kelly, A (2012). Human Papillomavirus: What is it and what do women need to know. CCSG Patient Handout.  Available online http://www.cumberlandwoman.com/2011-10-Oct-Nov/pdf/29-CSCW.pdf

 “A Community Intervention Project in Camden, NJ: Life Reflection through Scrapbooking and Health Promotion Activities” Lead Author Poster Presentation UMDNJ Research Day August 2011

“Unplanned Pregnancy & Contraceptive Options: A Training Day for Workers” Presenter / Lead Author Cathedral Kitchen, Camden NJ July 2011

Research Interest: 

Health Promotion

Leadership and inter-professional education among health care disciplines

Awards: 

Nurse Practitioner of the Month, UMDNJ School of Nursing November 2011

Dedicated Service Award South Jersey Hospital System, October 2010 

Professional Organizations: 
Teen Pregnancy Advisory Board of Cumberland County – Member 2007-Present
Clinical Preceptor, School of Osteopathic Medicine, UMDNJ, 2010 – Present
Sexual Accountability for Everyone (SAFE) Task Force- Advisory Board Member 2007-2010
Clinical Expertise: 
Nurse practitioner with over 15 years of clinical experience in the field of women’s health, health promotion, and community health.
Her doctoral work focused on health disparities among at risk populations and included extensive research on community based projects, and the use of community mentors to improve health outcomes among at risk populations.
Specializes in Women’s Health, Obstetrics & Gynecology. Dr. Kelly has a special interest in projects that improve health outcomes for adolescent populations and pregnant teens.