Johnny R. Tice, D.N.P., M.A., FNP-C, PHMNP-BC
B.S.N. (‘09), M.A. (‘12), M.S.N. (‘14), D.N.P. (‘16) – The University of Alabama – Tuscaloosa, Alabama
Post Graduate Advanced Clinical Practice Fellowship (2014 – 2015) – Carolinas Healthcare System – Charlotte, North Carolina
Duke/Johnson & Johnson Nurse Leadership Program (2019 – 2020) – Duke University – Durham, North Carolina
Dr. Johnny R. Tice is an associate professor of nursing at the Moffett and Sanders School of Nursing at Samford University. Dr. Tice is dual certified as a family nurse practitioner by the American Association of Nurse Practitioners and a psychiatric mental health nurse practitioner by the American Nurses Credentialing Center. Dr. Tice has worked in the areas of cardiac/telemetry, neonatal ICU, emergency medicine and correctional mental health. Dr. Tice completed the Advanced Clinical Practitioner Fellowship in Rural Primary Care with the Carolinas Healthcare System in Charlotte, North Carolina (2014-2015) and the Duke –Johnson & Johnson Nurse Leadership Fellowship Program (2019-2020) at Duke University. In 2019, Dr. Tice was honored with “The Under 40 Award” by the National Black Nurses Association (NBNA) which celebrates NBNA members who are 40 years old and under who have shown strong leadership and demonstrated excellence and innovation in their practice setting in their NBNA chapters and in the communities they serve. In addition to his full-time academia appointment, Dr. Tice maintains two part-time clinical practices as an advanced practice nurse in emergency medicine and in correctional mental health. Dr. Tice's research interests and areas are population-focused cardiovascular and mental health disparities and men’s health. He also is a certified BLS CPR instructor through the American Heart Association and instructs CPR classes for students involved in CSURRC's Minds and Mentors Paraprofessional Training Program.