Jessica Bardina DNP

Instructor, General Internal Medicine

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Jessica Bardina

General Internal Medicine


Dr. Jessica Bardina is a doctoral-prepared, adult geriatric nurse primary care nurse practitioner. She received her doctorate of nursing practice degree from the University of Massachusetts Amherst after she completed a quality-improvement project on mental health. Jessica completed her master’s in nursing degree from Salem State University and her bachelor of nursing degree from Chamberlain College of Nursing. She has been practicing as a nurse since 2005, and her practice interest include health laws, mental health disparities, and the interrelationship between poverty and general/mental health outcomes. Dr. Bardina is an active member of the Massachusetts Coalition of Nurse Practitioners, Gerontological Advanced Practice Nurses Association (GAPNA), Sigma Theta Tau, and National Association of Hispanic Nurse (NAHN). She is a practicing NP-PCP at East Boston Neighborhood Health Center within their Program of All Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE). Dr. Bardina's previous specialties have included critical care, interventional cardiology, and neuroscience.


Nursing, DNP, University of Massachusetts Amherst

Nursing, MSN, Salem State College

Nursing, BSN, Chamberlain University

Nursing, ADN, Miami Dade College Interamerican


Published on 1/1/2020

Bardina J, DeMartinis J. A Resource to Guide Clinicians for Patients with Severe Mental Illness and Anosognosia: Anosognosia Mental Illness Screening and intervention Strategies (AMISS) Toolkit ©. Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) Projects. 2020; 227.

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