Megan Streur PhD, RN, FNP-C
My program of research is focused on understanding the biological and behavioral mechanisms underlying inter- and intra-individual variability in symptoms and patient centered outcomes in adults with cardiovascular disease, with a primary focus on atrial fibrillation. Prior to pursing a research career, I practiced as a nurse practitioner for the Vanderbilt Heart Center for Atrial Fibrillation and as a registered nurse in the cardiovascular intensive care unit at Southwest Washington Medical Center. I currently maintain part-time practice as a nurse practitioner working with cardiovascular patients and their families. My clinical experiences are the source of my passion and commitment to educate future nurses, nurse practitioners, and healthcare leaders and to conduct high quality clinical research that will help improve quality of life for adults with cardiovascular disease.
- Running Start, Peninsula Community College, 1998
- BSN, Oral Roberts University, 2005
- MN (Family Nurse Practitioner), Washington State University, 2009
- PhD, University of Pennsylvania, 2016
- Postdoctoral Fellowship, University of Washington, 2018
What classes do you teach?
- NURS 539, Management of Patients with Acute/Critical Illness and Injury
- NURS 535, Pharmacotherapeutics for Acute/Critical Illness
What do you love about the UW School of Nursing?
The University of Washington is a diverse community of scholars where interdisciplinary research and education are prioritized in order to improve practice and train healthcare leaders and innovators.
DepartmentBiobehavioral Nursing and Health Informatics
- Symptom Science