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Aislynn Moyer, DNP, RN, CENP

Adjunct Faculty




Interest and areas of expertise

Ambulatory care, population health, community health, nursing leadership, health care administration


BSN (Messiah College)
MSN (University of Phoenix)
DNP (Capella University)

Classes I teach

NRSG 401 Healthcare Policy


Dr. Aislynn Moyer is a Patient Care Director, Ambulatory Services at Barnes Jewish Hospital in St. Louis, Missouri. In this role, she is responsible for clinical leadership and oversight of operations for nine diverse ambulatory areas including clinics and procedural areas. Collaboration is key to this role, particularly in partnership with the providers at the local school of medicine. Dr. Moyer has been a nurse for almost 20 years, over which time she has worked in acute care nursing, health policy at the State level, education through undergraduate and graduate faculty roles, and health care leadership in nursing, care coordination, and ambulatory operations.

Dr. Moyer is a member of the American Organization for Nursing Leadership as well as the American Academy of Ambulatory Care Nursing. She is certified as an executive in nursing practice.

Dr. Moyer enjoys spending time with her husband, two children, and Bernese Mountain Dog in her spare time. Her most favorite activities are exploring new places in their camper and searching the beach for seashells.


Caring for the Community: Food Insecurity in St. Louis, Missouri, National Institutes of Health workshop: Food Insecurity, Neighborhood Food Environment, and Nutrition Health Disparities: State of the Science, September 2021.
A Method to Assess Work-Based Needs in Ambulatory Care, International Conference on Practice Facilitation, December 2018.
Improved Efficiencies Through Work Assessments in Ambulatory Care, Magnet Conference, October 2018.
Improving Teamwork and Patient Empowerment in Primary Care Through Interprofessional Education, Doctors of Nursing Practice Conference, October 2016.
An Innovative Approach to Embedding Quality and Safety in Annual Nursing Competencies, American Nurses Association Quality Conference, October 2015.


Moyer, A. & McGillen, B. (2018). Transitioning patients across the care continuum. Nurse Leader, 16(6), 389-392
Moyer, A. & Graebe, J. (2018). Identifying the underlying educational needs that contribute to the professional practice gap. Journal of Continuing Education in Nursing, 49(2), 52-54.
Moyer, A. & Shinners, J. (2017). Interprofessional continuing education in the ambulatory care setting. Journal of Continuing Education in Nursing, 48(9), 390-391.
Moyer, A. (2016). Empowering patients, engaging teams: An interprofessional continuing education pilot. Journal of Continuing Education in Nursing, 47(9), 421-426.
Moyer, A. (2015). Developing a quality framework for annual nursing competencies. American Nurse Today, 10(1).