Rosalind De Lisser, RN, MS, NP

TitleAssociate Professor
SchoolUCSF School of Nursing
DepartmentCommunity Health Systems
Address2 Koret Way
San Francisco CA 94143
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    Virginia Commonwealth University BSN2000Nursing
    University of Virginia MSN2002Nursing

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    Rosalind de Lisser is an Associate Clinical Professor at UCSF School of Nursing. She is a Family and Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner and directs the Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner Program at UCSF. Her academic interests and expertise lies in nurse practitioner competency assessment, curriculum development, post-graduate training, and provider resilience. Ms. de Lisser is also a leader in interprofessional training and curriculum development. She works with the 4 other health professions schools to develop and sustain the interprofessional education curriculum which involves over 500 learners every year.

    As a clinician Ms. de Lisser has 17 years of clinical experience and specializes in trauma informed care and integrated primary and behavioral health care. She currently works at the UCSF Women's HIV Program, caring for women with HIV whom have complex medical and psychiatric and or substance use issues. She is an advocate for patient centered care and engages the patient together with the interprofessional clinical team in innovative approaches to achieving recovery.

    Finally, Ms. de Lisser is involved in several grants which aim to increase access to behavioral health care through improved clinician training. She has won state and federal training grants and is co-PI on a large SAMHSA research grant. She has used her experience as a clinician and educator to contribute to the development of clinical models of care for individuals at high risk for HIV with substance use and mental health disorders. This model is being tested for the creation of best practice approaches to integrated behavioral health care.

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