Eboni Green, Dr.


Dr. Eboni I. Green is a Registered Nurse and family caregiver. She holds a Ph.D. in human services, with a specialization in healthcare administration. She currently serves as contributing faculty for the College of Health Sciences at Walden University and is an adjunct faculty member at the University of Phoenix, where she teaches graduate and undergraduate courses for the healthcare administration program. Green also offers caregiver support services for Right at Home, Inc., an in-home care and assistance franchise organization.

Green has extensive experience focused caregivers' health and wellness, with an emphasis on caregiver stress, burnout and related family conflicts. In 2002, she became the Nebraska State Representative for the National Family Caregiver's Association. She was also the resource editor of Take Care, the National Family Caregiver's Association's newsletter, from 2004 to 2006. Green has contributed to a number of publications and given presentations that focus on training, assessing and supporting caregivers. She and her husband are cofounders of Caregiver Support Services, a nonprofit organization that offers training and consulting for family caregivers and front-line direct caregivers. Green is a published author and has written two books focusing on family caregiving: At the Heart of the Matter and Caregiver Wellness.


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