Melanie Logue, PhD, DNP, APRN, CFNP, FAANP
Dr. Melanie Logue brings more than 25 years of academic, administrative, research and clinical experience to the role.
Prior to joining Chamberlain, Dr. Logue held a range of leadership and academic positions, most recently serving as director of nursing operations at the University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences. Earlier in her career, her extensive tenure at Grand Canyon University included serving as a Doctor of Nursing Practice program chair, assistant dean of graduate studies, dean of the College of Nursing and Health Care Professions, and a professor teaching in both undergraduate and graduate nursing programs.
Additionally, Dr. Logue completed a two-year post-doctoral appointment at the University of Arizona as a Clinical Outcomes and Comparative Effectiveness Research Fellow in the Health Outcomes and Practice Effectiveness (HOPE) Research Center and also served as a clinical assistant professor. She is a published researcher in areas such as health information technologies and care transitions and co-authored a book chapter on interprofessional education.
On the practice side, Dr. Logue has worked as a primary care provider serving different populations and communities in her native state of Arizona for 20 years. Before her role as a family nurse practitioner, she worked as a nurse in trauma, neurological and medical/surgical intensive care units, multi-level pediatrics, and emergency departments across the Valley. She also worked in pediatric home health.
Dr. Logue is actively engaged in several professional organizations, including the American Nurses Association, American Association of Nurse Practitioners, Arizona Nurses Association Political Action Committee Sigma Theta Tau International, Arizona Action Coalition co-lead and the Arizona Foundation for the Future of Nursing. She served as president for the nurse educator chapter of the Arizona Nurses Association and was appointed to the Arizona State Board of Nursing where she served for two years.
Among her awards, Dr. Logue was recognized as one of Arizona Business Magazine’s 2016 Most Influential Women in Business. She also was inducted as a fellow of the American Association of Nurse Practitioners.
Dr. Logue earned a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree from Grand Canyon University and a Master of Science with a concentration in Family Nurse Practitioner from Arizona State University. She also holds a Doctor of Nursing Practice and Doctor of Philosophy in Nursing, both from the University of Arizona.
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