Ingrid Duva, PhD

Ingrid Duva is an Assistant Professor of Nursing at Emory University. She completed her PhD at Emory in 2010 and the VAQS fellowship at the Atlanta VA Healthcare System in 2014. Past funding included studies to examine care coordination, nurse scope of practice in primary care, nurse-led diabetes care, and patient technology use for diabetes self-management. Most recently, she led a randomized controlled trial testing self-care to support the well-being of healthcare workers employed during COVID-19.

Dr. Duva is an experienced healthcare leader. She has held leadership roles in Operations, Strategy and Compliance for Tenet Healthcare in Dallas, Texas. Prior to that she served as the Director of Inpatient Services and manager for the Cardiac Services, Step Down unit at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta.

Dr. Duva is also a certified Community Resiliency Model teacher. She organized a nurse-led collaborative to spread the model statewide, assuring access to mental health self-care for all of Georgia’s 159 counties. Dr. Duva is interested in implementation science, process improvement, optimizing RN scope of practice, and the relationship between the work environment and quality patient care.