Beth A. Doyle, DNP, RN, GCPH

  • Clinical Assistant Professor, School of Nursing
  • I-CAN Faculty in Residence


Beth is an OHSU alumni both as an undergrad and graduate. She joined the faculty at the School of Nursing in the fall of 2014, after 15 years of practice as a Nurse Practitioner at Washington County Health Dept. She has a passion for seeing health care reach the most vulnerable members of our communities, and has done medical volunteer/disaster relief work in both Latin America and Africa. She is currently clinical faculty in the Population Health Program, working with the I-CAN project as faculty in residence in Old Town/Downtown, Portland, OR.

Her doctoral work was investigating the impact of work with urban, marginalized populations on social justice attitudes of undergraduate nursing students.


  • B.S.N., 1990, Oregon Health & Science University
  • M.S.N., 1997, Oregon Health & Science University
  • A.N.P., 1998, Oregon Health & Science University
  • D.N.P., 2017, Oregon Health & Science University
  • Certifications:

    • Graduate Certificate in Public Health - OHSU 2014

Honors and awards

  • Excellence in Teaching. OHSU School of Nursing – Undergraduate Program – 2017

Memberships and associations

  • Board Member for OHSU's Bridges Cooperative Care Clinic
  • Nursing Section Representive to the Oregon Public Health Association
  • Faculty advisor to OHSU's chapter of Nursing Students Without Borders

Areas of interest

  • Care Coordination in marginalized communities



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