Dr. Deanna Daniel has been a clinical nursing professional in the critical care setting for over 20 years. Currently, she is working in a primary care setting educating people with diabetes on diabetes self-management and nutrition.

Deanna has earned the Doctor of Nursing Practice from Azusa Pacific University.  Her research interest is in depression and how it affects diabetes self-care.  Dr. Daniel is an active member of Sigma Theta Tau International.


My support of Alzheimer’s research and education is based on the understanding that like all chronic diseases, people with Alzheimer’s disease need to become knowledgeable about its cause, warning signs, treatment, and management.  The alarming prevalence of Alzheimer’s disease in the population makes education, management, and research a high priority. Current research has indicated that there’s a link between dementia and vascular diseases. Seemingly, more community education and outreach must be provided to reduce the morbidity and mortality rates associated with Alzheimer’s defense and other related dementias.


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