Dr. Cameron Hogg is a faculty member in the Family Nurse Practitioner MSN program at the George Washington University’s School of Nursing. Dr. Hogg has been a nurse since 2002 and a board-certified family nurse practitioner since 2004. Her clinical experience is varied, including family practice, internal medicine, endocrinology and diabetes management, orthopedics and occupational health.
Dr. Hogg's research interests lie in interprofessional education for health professions students, and she has presented her work entitled, "Interprofessional Education's Impact on Interprofessional Competencies Among Health Professions Students" at the AACN Master's Conference. She has participated in research projects on IPE both within the School of Nursing and in the GW community. She has presented as a part of the IPE Planning Committee regarding lessons learned in IPE during a webinar that was intended for other faculty, students, and community partners to use as they strive for interprofessional experiences in their respective settings. Dr. Hogg also served as an advisory board member for the Interdisciplinary Student Community Oriented Prevention Enhancement Service (ISCOPES) and was a faculty field advisor for the GW Camden Coalition Hotspotting team.
Other research interests include promotion of well-being and self-care in healthcare professionals. Dr. Hogg has investigated burnout in registered nurses, publishing on the topic in Sigma's Worldviews on Evidence-Based Nursing. She is doing ongoing work on promotion of well-being among NP students, and how cohesive interprofessional teams may help prevent or alleviate burnout in healthcare workers.
Dr. Hogg is active in Sigma Theta Tau International and has served as graduate counselor, vice president, secretary, and president of GW's Phi Epsilon Chapter. She was the 2018-19 president of the Nurse Practitioner Association of the District of Columbia, and was an integral part of establishing the first annual interprofessional pharmacology conference between the Nurse Practitioner Association of DC and the Washington, DC Pharmacy Association.