Faculty and Staff
Phyllis Poyner, MSN, APRN, PNP-BC
|Title:||Part Time Faculty, Carolina Family Practice
|College of Nursing|
Professor Poyner received her PM and BSN degrees from the University of South Carolina in 1996 and 1973 respectively, and her MSN in 1979 from Vanderbilt University.
2009 Spring Valley Rotary Club, Community Grant Proposal. $2,500. Poyner, P. Accepted.
2007 – 2009 Health Resources and Services Administration. Expanded Primary Care
Services to An Urban Area. $510, 000. Poyner, P.(co-inves), Fuller, S. G. Accepted.
2007 – Health Care Needs of Children in Out-of-Home Placements. Poyner, P. Fuller, S. G. (primary author), submitted and IRB approved. No funding requested.
2007 Health Care Needs of Children in Out-of-Home Placements. Exempt from review of IRB. (Poyner, Phyllis c. co-investigator; Fuller, S. primary investigator; Jones, C. M., co-investigator).
2002 - present Department of Health & Human Service. Basic Nurse Education & Practice Program: Expanded Primary Care Services to an Urban Area. $1,098,616. Poyner, Phyllis; Fuller, S. (PI), Williams, C.. [Funded].
2000 - 2001 Best Chance Network. SC Breast and Cervical Cancer Control Program Best Chance Network. $10,000.00. Poyner,Phyllis; M. Davis, Co-Investigator. [Funded].
2000 Perinatal Health Promotion and Early Parenting. An interdisciplinary project to input infant morbidity and mortality in rural South Carolina. $47,708.00. Poyner, Phyllis. [Funded].
Poyner, P. MRSA: Are You Prepared to Care for These Children in the Ambulatory Care Setting? SCNA 14th Annual Spring Pharmacology in Advanced Practice Conference, Charleston, SC., February 28, 2008.
Poyner, P, , Fuller, S. G. (co-presenter). Protocol for Early Intervention in Hypertension, Insulin Resistance and Depression in Obese Adolescent Girls. ICN International Nurse Practitioner/Advanced Practice (NP?APN) June 28 30, 2006. Sandton, South Africa
Poyner, P. & Fuller, S. Living in a High Risk Environment: Implications for Adolescent Health, 2006 Mary Ann Parsons Lecture Alpha Xi Chapter of Sigma Theta Tau, Feb. 10. Columbia, SC.
Fuller, S. & Poyner, P.C. Caring for Adolescents in Out of Home Placement. International Nurse Practitioner/Advanced Practice Nursing Network Conference, ICN, Groningen, The Netherlands. (Contributor) 2004 Fuller S., Hardeman, S., & Poyner, P. Children in Out0of-Home Placement An Innovative Approach. National Centers Consortium 2004 Conference. Nashville , Tenn.
Fuller, S., Hardeman, S., Milligan-Jones, C., & Poyner, P. Moving on Down. Adolescent Obesity: A Model for Early Intervention. National Nursing Centers Consortium: 2004 Conference. Nashville, Tenn.
Poyner, P. & Fuller, S. Juvenile Crime: Prevention Begins in the Home. 28th Annual Prevent Child Abuse Conference, invited, Columbia, SC.
Poyner, P. (primary author), Fuller, S. G. Living in a High Risk Environment: Implications for Adolescent Health Care, poster presentation, Carolina Women s Health Research Forum, Sept. 14-15, 2007, Columbia, SC.
Poyner, P. , Fuller, S. G.(primary author), Protocol for Prevention of Insulin Resistance Syndrome, poster presentation, Carolina Women s Health Research Forum, Sept. 14 15, 2007. Columbia, SC.
Poyner, P (primary presenter), Fuller.,S. G. Health Needs of Children in Out-of-Home Placements Co-presenter with Sara Fuller. Southern Nursing Research Society conference. February 3, 2006 Memphis, TN (contributed poster)
Poyner, P.C. & Fuller, S.G. Children in Out-of-Home Placement: An Innovative Nursing Practice. Viewpoints, Alpha Xi Chapter, Sigma Theta Tau, Columbia, SC.
Poyner, P.C. & Fuller, S.G. Children in Out-of-Home Placement: An Innovative Nursing Practice. 37th. Convention, Sigma Theta Tau International, Toronto, Canada.
Poyner, P., Fuller, S., Crocker, D. & Poyner, P.C. Hemoglobin and Weight Status of Children Placed on Emergency Inaugural Conference, International Network of Nurse Practitioners and Advanced Practice Nurses, Malahi, Ireland. (Contributed)
1998 - Present - Member, Sigma Theta Tau, Alpha Xi Chapter
1998 - Present - Member, National Association of Pediatric Nurse Associates & Practitioners
1992 - Present - Member, American Nurses Association
1992 - Present - Member, South Carolina Nurses Association
2001 - 2002 - Member, National Association for Nurse Practitioner Faculty