Dr. Nehrenz is a consultant in the area of health care educational programming and feasibility. He has successfully been involved in or led the development of, 25 programs, both online and on campus. He has also developed the feasibility and review of programs for multiple colleges across the United States and Australia. Secondly, Dr. Nehrenz is a consultant in online journal development. As founding editor and designer of the Internet Journal of Allied Health Sciences and Practice, he led the development of the journal and the editorial / review boards. 

In terms of programs, he along with Dr. Rick Davis, developed the first regionally accredited Doctor of Health Science program in the United States. He also, along with Robert Wagner, RRT, CAA, developed the first Anesthesiologist Assistant program in the state of Florida. 

Select Invited Talks and Consults

Scientific Advisor and Reviewer: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 2017 to present. 

Grant Reviewer, American Osteopathic Association, 2017 to present

Abstract Reviewer, Florida Osteopathic Medical Association, 2015 to present

Wilson College - Conduct feasibility and develop budget and hiring plans for health care programs - 2013

Baldwin Wallace College - PA Feasibility - Jan 2012

NCCPA Foundation -  Online Journal Development - Dec 2011

Mary Baldwin College - Consultant: Health Professions Program Feasibility and Development to start new college of health sciences. College was started and is successful. 2011

Invited Talk. Journal Publication -  Health Professions Educational Research Symposium. 2010

Consultant and Reviewer: University of Bridgeport, State of Connecticut Board of Education. Review 3 potential programs for the state at the University. 2010

Invited Presentation: Preceptorship in Audiology - Chicago

Invited Presentation: Preceptorship in Audiology - Minnesota

Visiting Faculty at the University of South Australia 2006: Keynote Speaker, Technology, Interdisciplinary Education, Online Research Dissemination, Journal Publication

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