Faculty Profile

Ying Xue, DNSc,RN

Associate Professor
Ying Xue

Dr. Xue's research interests are nursing care processes, work environment, and the nature of the nursing workforce, as they impact organizational and quality of care outcomes in acute care settings. Dr. Xue is a research pioneer in the subject of supplemental RNs (SRN's) and their role and effect on quality and costs. In 2008, she was selected to receive an inaugural RWJF Nurse Faculty Scholar (NFS) award among 15 junior nursing faculty nationwide.

Dr. Xue enjoys integration of her research and scholarship experiences into teaching. One of her most valuable and rewarding educational accomplishments to date has been the development and teaching of a doctoral elective course on secondary analysis of existing data.

Prior to coming to the University of Rochester; Dr. Xue earned her doctoral degree in nursing at Yale University and completed a two-year postdoctoral fellowship at the Center for Health Outcomes and Policy Research at the University of Pennsylvania.

See Ying Xue's curriculum vitae.