Matt Murphy, DNP, RN, CEN, TCRN
Matt is a registered nurse currently practicing in the emergency department as well as an educator creating nursing professional development that specializes in evidence-based health and wellness content for consumers and medical professionals.
Matt obtained his Bachelor’s in Nursing from Utica College and both his Doctor of Nursing Practice degree and Master’s degree in Nursing Education from Sacred Heart University. Matt maintains two national board certifications as a Certified Emergency Nurse and a Trauma Certified Registered Nurse.
Matt is an active instructor in medical courses that cover pediatrics, trauma care, emergency nursing, and evidence-based practice.
Matt’s free time is mainly spent with his three children as they are always reliable in keeping him active.
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