Karen Myers is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Family Medicine & Rural Health at the College of Medicine. She serves as an instructor for first- and second-year medical students in the Doctoring Course, teaching clinical skills, small group sessions and Lecture. She also coordinates the involvement of local physicians who serve as preceptors for first- and second-year students. She practices at an urgent-care facility one day a week. Karen serves as a preceptor for medical students at that site. Her background is in family medicine.
Karen Myers is a Registered Nurse Practitioner with many years of experience in the Tallahassee area. She has been practicing medicine in Tallahassee since 1984. She became a full-time faculty member of the College of Medicine in 2003.
B.S.N., Florida State University
M.S.N., Florida State University
Karen is a volunteer at Neighborhood Health Services, providing care to the underserved in the Tallahassee area. She also is a Co-Advisor for the Student Association of Pre-health Professionals, an undergraduate group interested in careers in various areas of the medical field. Karen works with the Florida State University Diversity Leadership Mentoring Program, mentoring undergraduate students. She spends her spring break teaching a Cross-Cultural Medicine class, where she accompanies students to underserved areas for medical missions.
FSU Guardian of the Flame for the College of Medicine
FSU College of Medicine Faculty Council Outstanding Junior Faculty Educator
FSU College of Medicine Faculty Council Outstanding Faculty Service Award
The Culpepper Award
Tallahassee Nursing Excellence Award
National certification through ANCC, American Nurses Credentialing Center
Society of Teachers of Family Medicine
Council of Advanced Practice Nurses (past President)
Florida Nurse Practitioner Network
Florida Nurses Association
Sigma Theta Tau national Nursing Honor Society
American Academy of Nurse Practitioners
Granville, L. MD, Myers, K. ARNP, Sexuality in the Elderly. Reichel’s Care of the Elderly, 6th Edition, Sixth Edition. Ed; Arenson, et al, New York: 2009, Cambridge University Press.