Allison Cable, DNP, MSN, ACNP, APRN
A graduate of Yale University School of Nursing with an acute care nurse practitioner degree, Allison Cable ’01 is now a Lecturer for the Adult Advanced Practice Nursing specialty, as well as a clinical preceptor for Acute Care Nurse practitioner students. She earned a Bachelor’s in nursing from the University of Connecticut, Storrs campus. Currently, she is pursuing a DNP at Mass General Hospital Institute of Health.
Ms. Cable is a member of Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society and the Society of Critical Care Medicine. Her licensure and professional training includes acute care nurse practitioner certification, Federal DEA Registration, State of Connecticut Controlled Substance Registration, an APRN in the State of Connecticut, and Advanced Cardiac Life Support certification.
Research Interests/Clinical Practice
Allison’s master’s thesis focused on predictors of prolonged intubation after cardiac surgery and the evaluation of a standardized method of liberation from the ventilator. In her other research experience, she conducted interviews and assisted in data entry in studies at YSN and UCONN.
As an acute care nurse practitioner in the Medical Intensive Care Unit at Yale-New Haven Hospital (YNHH), Ms. Cable manages critically ill patients with complex pulmonary and general medical illnesses. Prior to working at YNHH, she served as an acute care nurse practitioner in the neuro-trauma intensive care unit at Hartford Hospital, a staff nurse in the medical/surgical intensive care unit at Saint Francis Hospital and Medical Center, and as a staff nurse in the general surgical floor at University of Connecticut Health Center.