Michael Bury, DNP, MSN, RN, CCRN
Dr. Bury has spent most of his career advocating for the advancement of nursing through his clinical expertise and professional activities both within and outside the school of nursing. As an instructor within the undergraduate division, he coordinates multiple adult health didactic and clinical courses. Additionally, he serves as the faculty advisor for the UNC Association of Nursing Students and Aspiring Critical Care Nurses student interest group. Outside of the school nursing, Dr. Bury serves as an officer in the U.S. Navy Reserves Nurse Corps. His clinical expertise includes Adult Med-Surg, Critical Care, Trauma Care, Perianesthesia Care, and Outpatient Lung Transplant Care.
October 2021: University of North Carolina Chapel Hill General Alumni Association Junior Alumni Of The Year
September 2019: Awarded the North Carolina Nurses Association Mary Lewis Wyche Fellowship Scholarship
April 2017: Awarded the UNC School of Nursing Alumni Scholarship
October 2016: Awarded the Lt. James Smith Alexander III UNC War Heroes Scholarship
Bury, M (2017). The intern’s perspective: Senior nurse executive orientation 2017. Nurse Corps News. Vol. 11(4), 10.
Bury, M (2011). Overhauling health practices. American Journal of Nursing. Vol. 111(7), 12. doi: 10.1097/01.NAJ.0000399293.89891.d4
Bury, M (2009). Impacting your future career. North Carolina Association of Nursing Students Hypodermic. 4 (5), 6
Bury, M (2008). Becoming an educator. North Carolina Association of Nursing Students: Hypodermic. 2 (3), 2