Charles Yingling, DNP, FNP-BC

  • Clinical Assistant Professor/Director - Family Nurse Practitioner Program
Bio

Dr. Yingling is the director of the Family Nurse Practitioner program. He holds an undergraduate degree from Loyola University Chicago and a master's and doctor of nursing practice degree from the University of Illinois at Chicago.

 

Current Area of Teaching
  • Family Nurse Practitioner Program
  • Global Health
  • LGBT Health
Service / Practice

Dr. Yingling maintains an active clinical practice at PCC Community Wellness, a federally qualified health center serving Chicago and the near west suburbs.

Dr. Yingling serves at the nurse practitioner representative on the board of directors of the Illinois Society for Advanced Practice Nursing.

Selected Honors & Awards
  • 2015 - Illinois Healthcare Action Coalition “40 under 40” awardee
  • 2013 - DAISY Faculty Award for commitment to teaching and inspirational influence on students
  • 2013 - Recipient of the UIC College of Nursing Alumni Award in Clinical Practice
  • 2012 - Recipient of UIC College of Nursing Alumni Association’s Graduating Student Recognition Award
  • 2012 - Recipient of American Academy of Nurse Practitioners’ Nurse Practitioner Advocate Award – Illinois
  • 2009 - Recipient of Graduate Faculty Award for Teaching Excellence
  • 2005 - Recipient of UIC “WOW” award – recognizes university staff and faculty who provide outstanding service to students
  • 2005 - Recipient of UIC College of Nursing’s Cardew-Mullane Award for Clinical Excellence
Selected Publications
  • Buchholz, S. W., Yingling, C., Jones, K., Tenfelde, S. (2015). DNP and PhD collaboration: Bringing together practice and research expertise as predegree and postdegree scholars. Nurse Educator, 40(4).
  • Sefton, M., McDevitt, J., Yingling, C., Storfjell, J. (2011). A journey to become a federally qualified health center. Journal of the American Academy of Nurse Practitioner, 23(7), 346-350.
Current Research

Dr. Yingling's clinical scholarship is in the development and evaluation of new clinical education models for nurse practitioner students.