Amber Rose Harper, DNP, APRN, FNP-C

Amber Rose Harper, DNP, APRN, FNP-C is a family nurse practitioner and uses she/her pronouns. She has spent her advanced practice nursing career working in federally qualified health centers, where she provides primary care and reproductive health care to underserved populations. Amber has focused her clinical scholarship on improving the health outcomes of BIPOC, specifically Latinx and Black persons through quality improvement initiatives and implementation of evidence-based practice research. Her research has examined the effectiveness of culturally relevant educational interventions in improving patients’ sexual and reproductive health knowledge. In addition, Amber’s research interests having focused on improving utilization of long-acting reversible contraception and adherence to preventative screenings such as cervical cancer and breast cancer. She maintains a clinical practice at Cabarrus Rowan Community Health Center in North Carolina, where she also serves as an Associate Clinical Officer. During her spare time, Amber loves to bake, tend to her patio garden, create canvas paintings, and create floral arrangements.