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Alison Pittman, MSN, CPN, RN

Clinical Assistant Professor


College of Nursing


pediatrics, primary care, nursing
pediatrics, obesity, nursing student health, nursing education, nutrition

About Dr. Pittman

Alison Pittman is a clinical assistant professor at the Texas A&M College of Nursing. Her research interests include pediatric obesity, sibling visitation in pediatric critical care, innovative teaching strategies in nursing and nursing student health.

Dr. Pittman received her Bachelor of Science in nutritional science from Texas A&M University, Master of Science in nursing from University of Texas at Austin and Doctor of Philosophy in nursing research from the University of Texas at Tyler.

Dr. Pittman is a Texas Board of Nurses registered nurse and certified in pediatric advance life support by the American Heart Association.

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