David Reyes, DNP, MN/MPH, RN, APHN-BC

Assistant Professor
Phone
253-692-5676
Campus Box
358421
Degrees
DNP
Nursing
University of Washington, Seattle
2013
MN/MPH
Nursing and Public Health
University of Washington, Seattle
2002
BSN
Nursing
Seattle University, Seattle
1983

David Reyes joined the faculty at the University of Washington Tacoma (UWT) in 2014, and has held clinical, educational and leadership roles in community and public health, acute care, home health, and perioperative nursing.  His primary interests are in population health systems improvement and leadership to improve outcomes for diverse, vulnerable and underserved populations.

Dr. Reyes has held national level health policy, leadership, and professional roles in the American Public Health Association, the American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN), and on the Institute of Medicine’s Standing Committee on Family Planning.  Currently he is a board member of the Washington State Public Health Association, serves on the Expert Panel for the AACN-CDC Academic Partnership Cooperative Agreement, and is a member of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s National Advisory Committee for Academic Progression in Nursing.

David Reyes received his DNP (2013), and MN/MPH from the University of Washington.  He holds a BSN (1983) with a minor in history from Seattle University.

  • Health Equity & Social Justice
  • Population Health Quality & Systems Improvement
  • Public Health Nursing Workforce Development
  • Undoing Institutional Racism
  • Qualitative approaches
  • Descriptive/survey methods
Publication Date Bibliographic Citation
2013

Reyes, D.J., Bekemeier, B., & Issel, L.M. (2013). Challenges faced by public health nursing leaders in hyperturbulent times. Public Health Nursing, doi: 10.1111/phn.12078.

2013

Swider, S.M., Krothe, J., Reyes, D., & Cravetz, M. (2013). The Quad Council practice competencies for public health nursing. Public Health Nursing, doi: 10.1111/phn.12090.