Stacie Olson DNP, APRN, PMHNP-BC is an adult psychiatric mental health nurse practitioner who graduated from the University of North Dakota's Psych Nurse Practitioner program, Grand Forks, in 2010. She is working currently at UND’s Student Health Service Clinic, Grand Forks, ND. She focuses on mental health evaluation, psychotropic medication management, case consultation, and mental health wellness for students on a college campus, and medication management for dual diagnosis individuals in private practice. She graduated in 2014 from Duquesne University with her doctorate in nursing practice degree. Before becoming a nurse practitioner, Stacie graduated from UND with her BSN in 1995 and worked in various nursing capacities including hospital medical & psychiatric inpatient, public health, jail health, school health, chemical dependency, and outpatient mental health services.
Stacie has interests in chemical dependency, suicide, and working with graduate psychiatric NPs to advance the number of psychiatric NPs in rural areas. She works for the NLN CNEA as an on-site accreditation evaluator. She is an AACN LANP (Leadership for Academic Nursing Program) 2018 Fellow.
Stacie and her family have lived in North Dakota almost their entire lives, and in Grand Forks for 30 years. She is proud of her 21 year old daughter who is a recent graduate of the University of North Dakota, majoring in environmental science and fish/wildlife biology.
Stacie has worked as faculty in higher ed for 12 years in various roles involving leadership, didactic, and clinical faculty positions in both undergraduate and graduate psychiatric mental health education at the University of North Dakota. She will begin to teach full-time at Frontier Universities Psychiatric Mental Health NP program as didactic faculty.