Audrey M. Stevenson, PhD, MPH, MSN, FNP-BC, is a family nurse practitioner with more than 40 years of clinical and public health, and leadership experience.
Dr. Stevenson, who holds a Master of Public Health and Master of Nursing degrees, received her doctorate in public health from the University of Utah. She has worked in public health for the past 34 years and is the former Division Director of Family Health and Clinical Services of the Salt Lake County Health Department in Salt Lake City, Utah. She is currently working in clinical research and teaching graduate FNP and MPH students at two universities.
A family nurse practitioner, Dr. Stevenson has worked in various inpatient and ambulatory settings and was a previous nurse consultant to the Salt Lake City School District. She is a current faculty member of a graduate Nurse Practitioner program and a Master of Public Health program. She has published several articles and has been a national and international speaker on topics affecting school nurses, advanced practice nurses, and other medical and pharmacy providers. Dr. Stevenson is also a member of the statewide vaccine advisory board, where she collaborates on vaccine polices and recommendations for the state. Previously, Dr. Stevenson served as Vaccination Branch Director for the Covid-19 Incident Command for Salt Lake County.
In October 2010, Dr. Stevenson was awarded the American Nurses Association Immunity Award as a result of her efforts to promote the use of tetanus, diphtheria, and acellular pertussis vaccine at public health clinics, resulting in a new protocol at several Utah hospitals to offer the vaccine to postpartum women before discharge. She has also been the recipient of the Beatty award, the highest public health award in the state of Utah and was awarded the national 2016 MCH Effective Practice award for her work in the state and national vaccination efforts.