Modupeola Adebayo, DNP


Informatics, practice improvement with technology, nursing education


Reading, traveling, meeting people


Modupeola (Ola) Adebayo, DNP, RN specializes in Informatics with over fifteen years of healthcare and information system experience. As a skilled critical care nurse and an analyst with proficiency in the design, testing, training, implementation, and support of Health Electronic Record (HER) applications, her practice goal is to use technology to deliver safe and cost-effective care. As a faculty, she aims to promote technology usage in clinical education to prepare students for practice. A recommendation from her DNP project was implemented at the project site (a public, academic health care institution) as part of a Lean Sigma design to minimize waste while also maintaining patient safety.


  • DNP, RN, Georgia State University (Atlanta, GA), 2017
  • MSN, Walden University (Minneapolis, Minnesota), 2010
  • BSN, Georgia State University (Atlanta, Georgia), 2006
  • BBA - major in Insurance, University of Lagos, Nigeria (1990)


  • Adebayo, M., Geller, R., Hires, K., & Killian, S. (2018).Strategies for improving the documentation of medication overrides. Journal of Informatics Nursing, 3(3), 22-26.


  • Epic Certifications : Procedure Orders, Clinical Documentation, Radiant and Beaker Clinical application
  • American Heart Association Certified: ACLS and BLS


  • Lean Practitioner Award - Grady Health System, Department of Operational Excellence (2018).
  • First place poster presentation award - Research Symposium/STII Consortium at Clayton State University, Atlanta. Georgia (May, 2016)


  • American Nursing Informatics Association (ANIA)
  • American Nurses Association (Georgia Chapter)
  • Sigma Theta International, Honor Society of Nursing


  • Adebayo, M, "Strategies for improving the documentation of medication overrides." Georgia Nursing Leadership Coalition Symposium (Atlanta, GA), November 2016
  • Adebayo, M, "Strategies for improving the documentation of medication overrides." Evidence-Based Practice Nursing Research Conference (WellStar Health System, Atlanta, GA), September 2017
  • Adebayo, M, "Strategies for improving the documentation of medication overrides." Poster Presentation at ANIA Annual Conference (Orlando, FL), May 2018
  • Marcus, J., Cranwell-Bruce, L & Adebayo, M., "Evaluating nursing students’ perceptions of using quick response codes to enhance learning during nursing health assessment." Poster Presentation at the Southern Regional Education Board Annual Conference (Atlanta, GA), November, 2018