Tawni Lynn Jetter, NP, APRN
- Syncope, Vasovagal
- Faint, Fall, & Frailty
- Accidental Falls
- Non-accidental Falls
- Faint and Fall Overlap
- ANCC - Family Nurse Practitioner
Tawni Jetter, APRN, is a nurse practitioner at the Faint and Fall Clinic located in the University Hospital. As a nurse practitioner, her clinical interests include fainting, falling, orthostatic hypotension, passing out, autonomic dysfunction, and arrhythmias. Tawni has been able to present multiple research abstracts related to these topics in the past. Tawni received her undergraduate degree in nursing from Montana State University. She received her advanced degree from the University of Utah. Tawni also worked in the Emergency Room and Intensive Care Unit as a registered nurse at the University of Utah Hospital before obtaining her advanced degree.
|Professional Nursing||University of Utah
Family Nurse Practitioner
|Undergraduate||Montana State University
|Certification||University of Utah
- Brignole M, Malasana G, Sherwood RP, Daccarett M, Jetter TL, Hamdan MH (2011). Evaluation of patients with "faint" in an American teaching hospital: a dire need for a standardized approach. Pacing Clin Electrophysiol, 34(3), 284-90.
- Daccarett M, Jetter TL, Wasmund SL, Brignole M, Hamdan MH (2011). Syncope in the emergency department: comparison of standardized admission criteria with clinical practice. Europace, 13(11), 1632-8.
- Sanders NA, Jetter TL (2011). Syncope masquerading as a fall with seizure activity. J Am Osteopath Assoc, 111(9), 551.