Remote Hub Lab

Quyen Stevenson

I am a doctoral-prepared family nurse practitioner specializing in wound and ostomy care. I have been in
the nursing profession working in various capacities for over 29 years. I started my nursing career as a
dermatology nurse in New York in the late 1990s, and worked as a home health nurse for 9 years, the latter 4 working as a certified wound and ostomy nurse specialist. I have spent the past 14 years working as an advanced practice nursing practitioner in both the primary care settings as well as multiple public city, county, and federal hospitals in both the inpatient and outpatient care settings for which I am currently practicing.

I am currently a clinical preceptor for the UW School of Medicine training residents and fellow physicians in various specialties including but not limited to physiatry, primary care, spinal cord injury, amputee/rehabilitation, palliative and geriatric care. I am also a clinical preceptor for both the BSN, MSN, and DNP RN and ARNP students for the UW School of Nursing as well as a clinical preceptor for Emory University’s Wound & Ostomy Certification program. I currently guest lecture in the areas of wound care and dermatology for Seattle University and Seattle Pacific University. I have research experience as a principal investigator in the areas of job satisfaction among home health care nurses and most recently implementing a wound care algorithm within a multidisciplinary outpatient wound care clinic setting.