Dr. Christine Pintz is a Professor of Nursing at George Washington University. She has served in several administrative positions such as Nurse Practitioner (NP), DNP program director and Associate Dean for Graduate Programs. She is an expert on the use of educational technology and its application in NP and graduate education. Dr. Pintz’s research is focused on the use of technology-enhanced education, patient self-management of chronic illness, hospital-based nursing research and diagnostic reasoning. She has been funded by Health Resources & Services Administration, the American Nurses Foundation and the National Council of State Boards of Nursing. She has received a number of teaching awards: Sigma Theta Tau International (STTI) Educational Technology, STTI Best Practice in Technology, and the GW Bender Teaching Award. Dr. Pintz was selected for the National Library of Medicine, Medical Bioinformatics Program. She is a fellow of both the National Association of Nurse Practitioners and the National Academies of Practice. She serves as an onsite evaluator for the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education. She is a Master Reviewer for the Quality Matters program. She is a certified Executive, Leadership and Life Transitions coach. In addition to her faculty activities, she is a board-certified family and women’s health nurse practitioner and volunteers with the Arlington Free Clinic in Arlington, Virginia.