Assistant Clinical Professor
Robin Miller has been a nurse for over 25 years, and while her clinical specialty and first love has always been geriatrics, she has worked in many different settings and roles. Some of her experiences include: developing the Indian Health Service Elder Care Initiative; teaching geriatric, transcultural and public health nursing at the University of New Mexico; serving as the primary nurse faculty member for the New Mexico Geriatric Education Center, which focuses on the needs of Native American elders; and private practice as a consultant and geriatric case manager. Her most recent clinical experience has been in home based hospice care. Areas in which she has developed clinical expertise include public and community health, transcultural nursing and the issues of marginalized or underserved populations, legal nursing, nurse education, health care program development, wound care, case management, spirituality and health, and end of life care. She is also a trained mediator, an herbalist, and holds clergy credentials. She has served on the boards of several nonprofit community service organizations.
Prof. Miller lives in Albuquerque, New Mexico, where she enjoys horseback riding and gardening.