Research Assistant Professor

Halley Ruppel’s primary research interest is the integration of technology into the acute care environment with the goal of optimizing patient safety and clinical outcomes. 

“I am passionate about improving patient safety and outcomes by optimizing the use of technology and data in the hospital. This includes mitigating unintended consequences of technology, like alarm fatigue and information overload, and testing innovations that facilitate high quality nursing care.”


  • PhD, Yale University , 2018
  • MS, New York University , 2013
  • BSN, University of Pennsylvania, 2008