A Women’s Health Educational Web Site
© 2003-2013Peggy Mancuso, All Rights Reserved

Peggy Mancuso, PhD, RN, CNM
Professor of Nursing
Program Coordinator, Doctor of Nursing Practice

Director Of Research, Dallas Campus
, Parkland Memorial Hospital
Ancora Imparo

WHNP Students
This area contains information about the Women's Health Nurse Pracitioner program and includes classroom and video lectures on women's health content for WHNP studeents.

Women's Health Topics
This area includes women's health video presentations and lectures and for students and the public.

Video Lectures
This area contains over 1000 hours of on-line video classroom lectures for all three semesters of the WHNP program. These lectures are available for all registered WHNP Students 24/7/365.

Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) Program
The DNP Program at Texas Woman's University has been designed for master's prepared APNs (Nurse Practitioners and Certified Nurse Midwives) who are seeking a clinical practice doctorate. The DNP is a practice doctorate in nursing, not a research doctorate (PhD) in nursing science.
The DNP Program is able to provide DNP education to APNs practicing in rural and remote locations.Through the use of advanced IT Technologies TWU's hybrid program incorporates clustered monthly classes; the Blackboard platform; state -of-the-art library and database access; on-line, on demand recorded Video Classroom Lectures & DVDs; on-line, Webinars allowing faculty and students to participate in real time.


Peggy Mancuso is a Professor at Texas Woman’s University and Coordinator of the Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) program. She established the DNP program at Texas Woman's University in 2008 and the TWU Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner program In 2004. Dr. Mancuso was the first recipient of the Susan Cass Doroghazi Faculty Award for Excellence in Teaching. In 2005. Dr. Mancuso was selected as one of Dallas -Fort Worth Great One Hundred Nurses.

In 1994 Dr. Mancuso became the first Certified Nurse Midwife in private practice to acquire hospital privileges in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. She has practiced at Parkland Memorial Hospital for 14 years and was designated as a Faculty Associate for UTSW Medical College. She has attended over 1000 births. In addition, Dr. Mancuso was Chair of the AMBC Exam Committee from 2004 ro 2010 and coordinated nurse-midwifery certification examination in the United States.

This professional website and all content contained therein is created and maintained by Dr. Mancuso alone and is not associated with the Texas Woman's University.