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Nancy Robinson, MN, MPH, CNM
Clinical Assistant Professor, Keigwin School of Nursing
Office Location: Brooks Rehabilitation College of Healthcare Sciences 110
Areas of Specialization
Respectful birth, and sexual health of at risk girls and LGBTQ youth.
BSN, MN, MPH, Emory University
BA, Earlham College
Ms. Nancy Robinson is a Clinical Assistant Professor at the Jacksonville University Keigwin School of Nursing. She received her BA from Earlham College, and a BSN, MN and MPH from Emory University. Ms. Robinson is a certified nurse-midwife and has practiced in women’s health in Jacksonville since 1991, first at University Medical Center (now UF Health), then Planned Parenthood, and Duval County Health Department. She formerly taught nurse-midwifery at University of Florida. She is currently the practitioner for clinics at the PACE Center for Girls, and Jacksonville Area Sexual Minority Youth Network (JASMYN). Ms. Robinson's clinical and research interests are respectful birth, and sexual health of at risk girls and LGBTQ youth.