Dr. Sarah J. Murray started her career as an Army combat medic in 1993, then went on to become a registered nurse, graduating from Northwestern State University, LA, in 1998. Since that time, she has earned an MSN in Adult Health Nursing from the University of Texas at San Antonio, Texas, in the Clinical Nurse Specialist role with a focus on traumatic brain injury (2010), and a PhD in Nursing with a focus in community reintegration of military veterans from The University of Hawaii at Manoa (2018). Dr. Murray is board-certified in the CNS role (ACNS-BC).
Dr. Murray’s clinical nursing experience includes intensive care, burn, research, medical–surgical, geriatric, rehabilitation, wellness, and nutrition in the roles of staff nurse, head nurse, nurse researcher, nursing educator, and clinical nurse specialist. She has taught at the undergraduate level and graduate level (MSN,) at The University of Hawaii at Manoa and Hawaii Pacific University. Dr. Murray has presented internationally and has been published in national journals.
Dr. Murray currently is living overseas with her active duty Army husband of 25 years. She consults on military research in various settings.
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