Diane Chapman's research interests focus on improving clinical outcomes for refugees, immigrants, and underserved populations.
- Associate in Science, Nursing, Utah Valley State College
- Bachelor of Science, Nursing, University of Utah
- Doctor of Nursing Practice, Nursing, University of Utah. Project: Integrating Refugee Youth Mental Health Screenings into the Domestic Refugee Medical Examination
Diane Chapman is an Assistant Professor (clinical) in the Division of Health Systems and Community Based Care at the University of Utah College of Nursing. Dr. Chapman received both her Bachelor's of Science in Nursing and her Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) Degree as a Primary Care Nurse Practitioner from the University of Utah. While in her DNP program, she also completed Graduate Certificates in Global Health and Nursing Education.
Dr. Chapman practices as a nurse practitioner in the family practice setting with a particular emphasis on the care of global populations, especially refugees and immigrants. She has experience providing care for patients from diverse global and cultural backgrounds.
Dr. Chapman has taught in both undergraduate and graduate programs. Her teaching areas of interest include courses that focus on the scientific underpinnings for practice (pathophysiology, pharmacology, physical assessment), clinical practicum, and global health.