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Chelsia Harris, DNP, APRN, FNP-BC

Chelsia_Harris_DNP_APRN_FNP-BCDr. Chelsia Harris, DNP, APRN, FNP-BC is an Associate Professor and the Associate Director of Nursing for Degree Development at Lipscomb University in Nashville, Tennessee. She has spoken at local, regional, and national nursing and healthcare conferences on various topics, and published articles on Physician-Assisted Suicide, Compassion Fatigue, and Advanced Practice Nursing. Her research includes exploring the relationship between compassion fatigue and daily spiritual experience among nursing assistants working in nursing homes. Chelsia is passionate about nursing and the compassionate care of people, and strongly believes that nursing and caregiving are more than vocations. They are spiritual callings. Chelsia’s desire is to motivate, inspire, and invigorate caregivers, ultimately impacting the quality of care provided to patients across the globe. Chelsia’s book entitled Created & Called: A Journey to and through Nursing (New Leaf Press) is one of her efforts in fulfilling this endeavor. Chelsia’s new children’s book “Hannah Visits Nana in the Nursing Home”, to be released in 2018, was inspired by the loss of her own nana secondary to compassion fatigue. Chelsia has been married to her husband, Paul Harris, for 13 years. They live in Tennessee and have a three-year-old daughter. When not working to advance the profession of nursing, Chelsia strives to devote every moment to being a loving wife and mother.