Gloria Carr, PhD, RN
Associate Professor

Phone:  901-678-3080
Fax:  901-678-4541
Office:  4524 Community Health Building
Gloria Carr 

Nursing Care of Older Adults and Graduate Nursing Education

Ph.D. in Nursing Education with a focus on Vulnerable Populations

NLN, The Association of Black Nursing Faculty.

Primary Care and Critical Care.

Research Interest:
Grandparents Raising Grandchildren: Health, Stress & Coping, Burden, Service Need and Use; Minority Graduate Student Success


Carr, G. F. (2008). Vulnerability: A conceptual model for African American grandmother caregivers. The Journal of Theory Construction and Testing, 10(1), 11-14.
Carr, G. F., Williams, S.J., Barr, W.J., Baxley, S., Bond, M.L., & Jones, M.E (n.d.). Relationships Between Hardiness, Stress, Perceived Social Support, Perceived Institutional Support and Progression of Minority Nursing Students in Master's in Nursing Programs: Challenges Encountered.
Dr. Carr loves spending time with family and traveling. She also enjoys participating in church activities and has compassion for those who are underserved.