Terri Gibson, DNP, MSN

Terri Gibson

Nursing Department
Associate Professor
5 years

Doctor of Nursing Practice from Loma Linda University, 2016

M.S. Nursing, University of New Mexico, 2008

Board Certified, Registered Nurse

Gibson, T., Glew, R., Hendrix, I (2015). Giving Voice to Nurse Scholarship: A Manuscript Writing Workshop for Nurses. The New Mexico Nurse, Fall 2015. 

Gibson, T., McCarty, T., & McCary, J. (2014). Live Fit Family Challenge: Tackling Obesity One Family at a time. The New Mexico Nurse, 9-10. 

Gibson, T.L., & Lloyd, S. (2018). Nursing staff perceptions of fall risk: The emergence of learned helplessness as a theme. Journal of Nursing Administration, 48(1), 5-7.

National Association of Public Hospitals (America’s Essential Hospitals), 2013

Gage Award Remarkable Project “The Live Fit Family Challenge”, March 2013 

New Mexico Nurse Excellence: Community Service Award, December 2012 

Terri Gibson loves photography, particularly of nature. She also enjoys to use desktop publishing for communication with family. One of her favorite activities is Slalom Skiing. Terri's favorite Bible texts are Micah 6:8, Zeph 3:17, and Hebrews 4:14-16. She is married to Don Gibson, Pastor. They have one son, Michael Gibson, a recent theology graduate from Southwestern Adventist University, who is completing a Master’s of Divinity degree at Andrews Theological Seminary and now serves as the Young Adult Pastor at the Keene Church, serving SWAU campus as well.