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  • Nurse Practitioner/Advance Practice Clinician, Pulmonary
  • Adjunct Assistant Professor, College Of Nursing
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Research Summary

Jace is a clinician and PhD student at the University of Utah. His research interests lie in risk stratification in the adult critical care population.

Education

  • Doctorate of Nursing Practice, Adult-Gerontology Acute Care, University of Utah. Project: Readiness Assessment for Extubation Planning in the Intensive Care Unit: A QI Initiative

Biography

Jace is originally from Elko, Nevada but moved to Salt Lake City in 2014 after obtaining a job as a clinical nurse in the Huntsman Intensive Care Unit. He completed a nursing residency through the Huntsman Cancer Hospital and obtained dual certifications in critical care and oncology nursing. Jace received a Doctorate of Nursing Practice (DNP) degree from the University of Utah in May of 2019 and is board certified in adult-gerontology acute care. He currently practices in the Medical Intensive Care Unit and Huntsman Intensive Care Unit. His academic interests lie in immunology as it relates to the critically ill patient including sepsis/septic shock, ARDS, and other pulmonary diseases. Jace is currently appointed as a Content Advisor for the Critical Care Nurse journal and the test development committee for Oncology Nurse Certification (OCN).

Jace is a classically trained violinist and member of the Wasatch Symphony. He also enjoys reading, singing, running, and hiking.