School of Nursing & Health Sciences
Linda Scott, Ph.D., RN, FNP- BC
Professor and Dean
Dr. Scott teaches current issues in the nursing curriculum and other topics as a guest lecturer.
Dr. Scott is a member of Sigma Theta Tau International, the American Nurses Association, the Georgia Nurses Association and serves as an advisor to the R.H. Daniel School of Nursing Honor Society. As a family nurse practitioner, she volunteers at Grace Gate, a free clinic in the local community.
Dr. Scott is nationally certified as a family nurse practitioner and maintains a clinical practice. She has an extensive background in emergency/trauma/flight nursing and bioterrorism. As a medical anthropologist she also has a deep interest in cultural competence of health care workers. She has published numerous articles and served as an expert witness.
AA/AS, St. Petersburg Jr. College
BA, Stephens College
MSN, University of Florida
Ph.D., University of South Florida
Post-masters certificate, Marshall University
Scott, L. (2005) Weapons of Mass Destruction: Are You Prepared? Nuclear and Radiological Weapons. West Virginia Nurse. 9(2)
Scott, L. (2005) Weapons of Mass Destruction: Are You Prepared? Chemical Weapons. West Virginia Nurse. 9(1).
Scott, L. (2004) Weapons of Mass Destruction: Are You Prepared? Bioterrorism. West Virginia Nurse. 8(4)
Office: Daniel Hall, 405
R.H. Daniel School of Nursing & Health Sciences
PO Box 10
Demorest, GA 30535