Kimberly Olszewski

DNP, CRNP, COHN-S/CM, FAAOHN

Breiner Family Endowed Professorship of Nursing

Bloomsburg University

Pennsylvania

Dr. Kimberly Ann Olszewski is Director of Client and Provider Services and Nurse Practitioner at DISA Global Solutions Inc. (formerly Mid-State Occupational Health Services Inc.) and serves as Graduate Program Coordinator, Nurse Practitioner and Doctorate in Nursing Practice Program Director at Bloomsburg University. Dr. Olszewski is Associate Professor in the Department of Nursing at Bloomsburg University and holds the Breiner Family Endowed Professorship for Nursing, a five-year presidential appointment she received in 2018.

Dr. Olszewski is an ANCC board certified adult nurse practitioner and a Certified Occupational Health Nurse Specialist and Case Manager from the American Board of Occupational Health Nurses (AAOHN). In 2007, she received Fellowship distinction from the American Association of Occupational Health Nurses (AAOHN). Dr. Olszewski currently serves on the AAOHN Board of Directors as President-Elect and previously served as President of the Northeast Association of Occupational Health Nurses and the Pennsylvania Association of Occupational Health Nurses. Dr. Olszewski’s professional career has been dedicated to expanding occupational health knowledge and research, and has presented and published nationally and internationally over the past 15 years on numerous topics, including DOT Certification, obstructive sleep apnea, Marketing OHNs, Fatigue Management, Healthy People 2020, Social Media Integration, and Diagnostic Updates.

Dr. Olszewski received her BSN from Lycoming College in Williamsport, PA; MSN as a Community Health Clinical Nurse Specialist from Bloomsburg University in Bloomsburg, PA; Post Master’s Adult Nurse Practitioner Certificate from Bloomsburg University; and Doctorate in Nursing Practice from Chatham University in Pittsburgh, PA.

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