Faculty and Staff
Eboni Herbert Harris, PhD, APRN, FNP-BC
|Title:||Director, Master’s Entry into Practice Nursing Program and Clinical Associate Professor
|College of Nursing|
College of Nursing
- Doctorate of Philosophy in Nursing, University of South Carolina (2017)
- Masters in Nursing (Family Nurse Practitioner), Clemson University (2009)
- Bachelor of Science in Nursing, University of South Carolina (2004)
- NURS 311 Introduction to Health Assessment (Clinical)
- NURS 412 Acute Care Nursing of Adults I (Course Coordinator)
- NURS 411 Psychiatric Nursing (Clinical)
- NURS 422 Acute Care Nursing of Adults II
- NURS 425 Senior Nursing Capstone Practicum (Clinical)
- NURS 704 Advanced Health Assessment (Clinical)
- NURS 705 Acute Problems of Adults and Women’s Health (Course Coordinator)
- NURS 758 Acute Problems in Primary Care for the FNP (Course Coordinator)
Research (Interest Areas)
Simulation in Education
Self-Care and Wellness Promotion
Sleep and Rest
Harris, E. (2016, February). Using Social Media as a Recruitment Tool for Nursing Research with African American Women: An Exploratory Study. Poster presented at the annual Southern Nursing Research Society Conference, Williamsburg, VA.
Harris, E. (2017, October). Examining Rest Practices Among African-American Women: Highlighting Self-Care Behaviors Through Photovoice. Poster presented at annual Transcultural Nursing Society Conference, New Orleans, LA.
Mitchell, S. & Harris, E. (Accepted November 1, 2019). Bridging the Gap: Primary Care of Individuals with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities. Poster to be presented at the 2020 American Association of Nurse Practitioners Conference, New Orleans, LA.
Gibbs, S., Harris, E., Mitchell, S., Onello, R. (2018, January). Making global simulation possible: The use of robotics in interfprofessional health simulations. Presented at the International Meeting for Simulation in Healthcare Conference, Los Angeles, CA
Harris, E. (2018, March). Picturing rest: A photovoice study of African American women’s perceptions and practices of rest. Presented at the annual Southern Nursing Research Society Conference, Atlanta, GA.
Harris, E. (2018, February). Maximizing rest for improved health outcomes. Presented at the Uof SC Clinical Practice Conference, Columba, SC.
- Sigma Theta Tau International
- American Association of Nurse Practitioners
- South Carolina Nurses Association
- National Black Nurses Association
- RN: ER, Hospice, Orthopedics, Neurology
- APRN: Family Practice, Urgent Care, Disability and Special Needs Adults, Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
Research Studies (Selected)
- Picturing Rest: Photovoice Study of Rest and African American Women
- Helen Gurly Wofford: Using Simulation to Address Microagressions in the Clinical Environment
Parker, P.D., Heiney, S.P., Friedman, D.B., Felder, T.M., Estrada, R.D., Harris, E.H., & Adams, S.A. (2018). How are health literacy principles incorporated into breast cancer chemotherapy education? A review of the literature. Journal of Nursing Education and Practice, 8(6), 77-84. doi: https://doi.org/10.5430/jnep.v8n6p77 PMID: 31131068
Harris, E., Messias D.K., Timmons, S. M., Felder, T. M., Estrada, R. D. (2018). Rest among African American women: The current state of the science. Holistic Nursing Practice 32(3). PMID: 29642128