Stacey Carroll, Ph.D., ANP-BC
Assistant Professor, Nursing
Office: Trinity
Office Hours: 
Monday: 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Wednesday: 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.
And by appointment
Doctor of Philosophy, with distinction, Boston College
Board Certified as an Adult Health Nurse Practitioner
Master of Arts, Master of Science, Nursing, University of Connecticut
Bachelor of Science, Nursing, University of Massachusetts
Dr. Stacey Carroll is a doctorally prepared adult health nurse practitioner with her practice focusing on gerontology.  She earned a Bachelor’s of Science degree in nursing from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, a Master’s of Science degree in nursing from the University of Connecticut at Storrs, and a Doctor of Philosophy from Boston College where she received the distinguished dissertation award. 
Dr. Carroll has worked and taught in acute care, long-term care, acute rehabilitation, and community health. Currently, she works as a nurse practitioner for New England Geriatrics.  She is an editorial board member for the Journal of Nursing Education, and has been a guest editor for other peer-reviewed journals and sections of a care plan textbook. She has been a longtime member of Sigma Theta Tau, the international nursing honor society.  At Anna Maria College, Dr. Carroll teaches in the traditional BSN program and the online RN to BSN program. Her areas of research include the communication experience of patients who are non-vocal, as well as nurses’ image in the media. 
Courses Taught at Anna Maria:
Nursing Health Assessment
Physical Assessment
Research Interests:
Communication with non-vocal patients, the nurses' role and image in media, accessibility issues
Carroll, S. (2007). Silent Slow Lifeworld: Communication experience of Non-vocal
Ventilated Patients. Qualitative Health Research