Chontay D. Taylor Glenn, PhD, RN, PMHNP-BC

Assistant Professor & Associate Director of the Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner Residency Program, University of Michigan-Flint School of Nursing


As a dual degree PMHNP/Nurse Educator, Dr. Glenn is astutely aware of the need to advance knowledge in the spiritual domain of nursing. Having worked in academia and clinical practice in nursing in various capacities for over two decades, she has learned that this is an area that is neglected profoundly, yet is so crucial to positive health outcomes. Her role as a doctorate prepared nurse is to move forward the agenda of integrating spiritual phenomena related to human existence within nursing practice, nursing education, nursing research, and nursing service; achieving this in the School of Nursing at University of Michigan-Flint is the primary objective for her.

Research Interests Include:

  • Spiritual Domain of Nursing - Practice, Education, Research, and Service
  • Forgiveness Research
  • Faith and Health Outcomes
  • Spiritual Health
  • Mental Health
  • Community Health
  • Adverse Childhood Experiences
  • Substance Abuse Prevention
  • Prison Prevention
  • Nursing Education Leadership

Website | Email | Phone: 810-762-3423

Research Areas: Education, Substance Use, Healthcare, Adolescent & Child Development, Mental Health, Prison/Incarceration,

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