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Terri Schmitt
Works at Conway Family Clinic
Attended University of Missouri Kansas City
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Really... the F word? Come on man.  Your mom says. STOP!
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Wow! Good review. Thanks for sharing.  Now I do not have to read the book.
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You found it an 'attractive' album. Great! Like the personality/energy you have in this one. Makes me want to listen to the album.  "Rainbow glue" What the???
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  • Conway Family Clinic
    Nurse Practitioner, 2001 - present
  • Southwest Baptist University
    Assistant Professor, 2008 - present
  • St. John's Health System (mercy health system springfield)
    nurse educator, nurse practitioner, nurse, 1997 - 2008
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Terri Schmitt is an assistant professor of nursing at Southwest Baptist University and a Family Nurse Practitioner with a practice in a rural health clinic in Missouri. Her research emphasis is in adolescent females, chronic disease, diabetes, disordered eating, and family systems. Her clinical background is heavy in pediatrics with many experiences including school nursing, diabetes education, and neonatal/pediatric ICU. She enjoys teaching nurses, hanging out with her family, and being taken on walks by her dog Frankie.
Education
  • University of Missouri Kansas City
    PhD - Nursing, 2007 - 2011
  • Missouri State University
    MSN - Nursing, 1999 - 2001
  • Missouri State University
    BSN - Nursing, 1992 - 1996
  • St. John's College of Nursing
    Diploma RN - Nursing, 1993 - 1995
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