Doctor (PhD hab.) of Health Sciences, Associate Professor with a Master’s degree in Nursing. She completed postgraduate studies in Management in Health Care (Jagiellonian University), Biostatistics (Jagiellonian University), and Pedagogy (Jagiellonian University), as well as many courses, trainings and scholarships in England, USA, and EU countries.
She is the Deputy Dean of the Faculty of Health Sciences at the Medical University of Gdańsk, as well as the Head of the Department of Nursing and Chair of Nursing Management; International Nursing Leader at Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing USA; former representative of Poland in WENR and ICN; former Editor-in-Chief of the Problemy Pielęgniarstwa (Nursing Problems) journal; president of the Scientific Council of the Polish Nurses Association (PTP) and member of the PTP; Voivodeship Consultant in Nursing. In her research work, she currently focuses on studying safe working environments, including the impact of shift-based work on the health and social functioning of nurses. Aleksandra Gaworska–Krzemińska is the author of over 200 publications in scientific journals and co-author of several books and academic textbooks. She actively supports the professional autonomy of nurses in Poland by engaging in the work of many institutions and organisations at the regional and national levels. This includes contribution to the development of educational standards and PTP recommendations, and leadership of the team which prepared a training course in nurse prescribing.