Jennifer Guay, DNP, CNM

RN to BS Program Coordinator; Clinical Associate Professor

Jennifer Guay.

School of Nursing
University at Buffalo
221 Wende Hall
Buffalo, NY 14214-3079

PHONE: 716-829-3882

I want to educate students to provide outstanding care to patients of all ages. I believe through collaboration and teamwork, we will make a difference in our patients’ lives.

Jennifer Guay is the RN to BS program coordinator and a clinical associate professor at the School of Nursing. She is also a certified midwife practicing at Kaleida Health.

Guay's expertise lies in midwifery and neonatal care. Her areas of research include preventing teenage pregnancy and improving the health of mothers and babies. She also is a research advocate for interprofessioal education, including simulation, and innovative education enhancements in the classroom, clinicals, online and in global settings.

Guay is committed to global health and providing care for the underserved. She traveled with HELPS International for a medical mission in Guatemala, where she taught lay midwives how to manage birth and postpartum complications and to administer neonatal CPR. She also provided care for women across the lifespan while incorporating local traditions and culture into their health care and teachings.

Guay has presented her research findings both nationally and internationally. She has presented at the International Research Conference in Dublin, Ireland, concerning global nursing. Guay has also presented her research findings on nursing students' use and involvement with technology during baccalaureate programs in Cancun, Mexico, and Madrid, Spain.