Jennifer Dailey-Vail is faculty in the College of Nursing, Clinical Resource Center, Division of Women and Child Services at the University of Colorado. She is also an affiliated faculty member in the Center for Global Health at the University of Colorado. Dailey-Vail works as an educator, and she also maintains a clinical practice at Sheridan Health Services.
Additionally, Dailey-Vail works as a national health care consultant for outpatient women’s health family planning clinics. Her areas of expertise include decreasing clinic chaos, improving operations and promoting patient centered care through the use of open access scheduling, clinic redesign and provider efficiency. The ultimate goal of all interventions is to increase patient access to low cost, reliable contraceptive methods.
Dailey-Vail has worked in a variety of international nursing roles in Peru, the Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico, and multiple areas in Mexico. She earned her bachelor of science in nursing from Stephen F. Austin State University in Texas and her master of science from Boston College in Massachusetts. She plans to pursue her DNP, focusing on public health.