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Pediatric Nurse Practitioner

Diane is a certified pediatric nurse practitioner and clinical aromatherapist in New Jersey. She holds a doctoral degree in nursing practice and is certified by AACN as a neonatal critical care nurse and AHNCC as an advanced practice holistic nurse.

Diane works at Seton Hall University as a Clinical Associate Professor and Director of the Pediatric Primary Care Nurse Practitioner program. She has vast experience in neonatal nursing and lectures on topics of whole body cooling, neonatal resuscitation, ethics, aromatherapy and holistic nursing. She is co-leader of the Tristate Chapter of AHNA. She is also a Caritas Coach through the Watson Caring Science Institute.

Diane received her DNP and post-masters NP from Seton Hall University, a masters and bachelors degree in nursing from Rutgers University and an associate degree in nursing from Bergen Community College. She has over 40 years of bedside nursing care.

Diane maintains membership to the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners, American Academy of Pediatrics, National Organization of Nurse Practitioner Faculties, American Association of Holistic Nurses and Sigma Theta Tau International.

Diane is married to her wonderful husband David and together they have one daughter, Jennifer. Jennifer is a sixth grade science teacher. Outside of her professional responsibilities, Diane enjoys running, hiking and traveling. Her favorite destination place is Disney World.

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