Dr. Hope Moser joined Purdue Global (formerly Kaplan University) in 2015 as adjunct faculty with the School of Nursing. Dr. Moser works with family nurse practitioner (FNP) students in the women's health courses and serves as the faculty course lead for advanced pathophysiology. In the fall of 2016, she accepted a full-time adjunct faculty position with the Department of Nursing.
In addition to her faculty role at Purdue Global, Dr. Moser is in full-time clinical practice at Memorial Hermann Hospital, Texas Medical Center, in Houston. She works with the faculty from the University of Texas Health Science Center, Houston—McGovern School of Medicine, Vascular Neurology service and enjoys working with the acute stroke population. Dr. Moser has presented nationally and internationally in the area of acute stroke care. She has published in STROKE, Clinical Science, and The Journal of Nursing Education and Practice. Her clinical research interests include optimizing care during the hyper acute phase of ischemic stroke, prehospital standardization of stroke assessment, stroke in women, and blood pressure control and management of cerebral edema in large volume intracerebral hemorrhage. Dr. Moser is the 2017-2018 chair of the annual planning committee for the American Association of Neuroscience Nurses (AANN) and is the lead facilitator of the American Heart Association Comprehensive Stroke Center National Forum, Best Practice Task Force, which is comprised of vascular neurology colleagues from across the nation collaborating to define best practice in the area of acute stroke care.
Dr. Moser is from Pittsburgh, PA and received a diploma in nursing from Sewickley Valley Hospital School of Nursing, BSN from Waynesburg University, MSN in adult and women's health from the University of Pittsburgh, and DNP from Robert Morris University. She is currently enrolled in an AG-ACNP post-master's program and is expected to graduate in August, 2017.