S. Anne Stewart, Ph.D., A.R.N.P.

S. Anne Stewart, Ph.D., A.R.N.P., is an Associate Professor in Nursing at California State University Sacramento. She received her B.A. from Seton Hill College, A.D. in Nursing from Reading Area Community College, M.S.N. from the University of Florida, and was awarded the Ph.D. in Nursing from Boston College. She has been a member of the faculty of Simmons, Boston, The University of Massachusetts Boston, and Florida Southern College, Lakeland, FL. A psychiatric nurse practitioner, her practice has included inpatient clinical care at Beth Israel Hospital, Boston, and outpatient practice with the Immunology Department of the Orange County Health Department, Orlando, FL. where she maintains a consulting relationship. Dr Stewart's research is focused in the area of ethical issues in the care of marginalized populations, specifically individuals who are HIV+ and/or homeless. An additional focus is in the mental health aspects of adherence to treatment for HIV. Dr. Stewart currently teaches psychiatric nursing and ethics in the nursing program at California State University Sacramento, and provides clinical psychiatric services to the HIV+ population through the CARES clinic in Sacramento.