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Judith Barberio
Clinical Assistant Professor
College of Nursing
Newark Campus
Key Topics:
Pain Management Issues, Use of opioids and adjuvant therapies for pain management, Controlled Dangerous Substances, Advanced Practice policy and practice issues

Expert's Biography:
Judith A. Barberio Ph.D, APN,C is a clinical assistant professor at the Rutgers University College of Nursing, teaching in both the undergraduate and graduate nursing programs on pharmacology, physical examination, and diagnosis and disease management courses. Dr. Barberio is nationally board certified as an adult and geriatric nurse practitioner and is certified in New Jersey as a school nurse. As an educator, she has been recognized for Teaching Excellence from the Rutgers University College of Nursing and from the University of Medicine and Dentistry of N.J. School of Nursing. In addition to her academic role, she is an Advanced Practice Nurse in a hospital based Pain Management Practice and research chairperson for the Garden State Chapter of the American Society for Pain Management Nursing and serves as an expert witness on advanced practice nursing issues. She has 30 years experience as an Advanced Practice Nurse in a variety of settings including the Director of Nurse Managed Health Centers in Newark and Elizabeth NJ at both Rutgers University and University of Medicine and Dentistry of NJ. In 2005, she was appointed by the Governor and continues to serve on the Drug Utilization Review Board for New Jersey and speaks throughout the state on the topic of Controlled Dangerous Substances (CDS)  and opioid prescribing for the primary care provider.. Dr. Barberio is the author of Nurse’s Pocket Drug Guide 2012, which is the 8th edition of this drug guide and the consulting editor for the 2010 edition of the EMS Pocket Drug Guide.

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