David R Crumbley

Associate Clinical Professor
David Crumbley spent three years in the US Army as a Medic where he was mentored by Army Nurse Corps Officers who motivated him to pursue his education. Upon completion of his enlistment obligation he went on to receive his nursing degree, and in 1993 was commissioned as a Nurse Corps Officer into the United States Navy. During his 20 years as a Naval Officer he held several leadership positions, implemented three nurse-managed wound care programs including the Complex Wound and Limb Salvage Program at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, Bethesda. He was responsible for numerous wound care innovations impacting the care of the wounded throughout the DoD continuum of care. He retired from the US Navy in 2012 holding the rank of Commander. David Crumbley joined the Auburn University faculty in 2012 as an assistant clinical professor. He teaches primarily in the senior level nursing courses including critical care and leadership.
Contact drc0013@auburn.edu (334)   844 - 8433

Grants

  • Tri-Service Nursing Research Program, Federal Joint Multi-disciplinary Evidence Based Practice Complex Wound Care Guideline David Crumbley

Publications

  • Crumbley, D.R. (2012) Negative pressure wound therapy – one of the single most significant wound management interventions in the US military Wound Ostomy and Continence Nurses News   DOI:
  • Crumbley, D.R. &   Stojadinovic, A. (2010) Combat Wound Initiative Program Military Medicine   DOI: 00264075
  • Crumbley, D.R. &   Kane, M. (2010) Development of an evidence-based pressure ulcer program at the National Naval Medical Center: nurses' role in risk factor assessment, prevention, and intervention among young service members returning from OIF/OEF Nursing Clinics of North America   DOI: 00296465
  • Crumbley, D.R. &   Perciballi, J. (2007) Negative pressure wound therapy in a contaminated soft-tissue wound Journal of Wound, Ostomy and Continence Nursing   DOI: 10715754
  • Crumbley, D.R.,  Graybill, J., Stojadinovic, A. &   Elster, E. (1) Traumatic wounds: bullets, blasts, and vehicle crashes Traumatic wounds: bullets, blasts, and vehicle crashes   DOI: 9780323222693

Presentations

  • Crumbley, D.R. (2012, September). Advances in Military Wound Care Podium session presented at  No Venue ProvidedSavannahGA.
  • Crumbley, D.R. (2011, January). Critical Advances in Wound Care for the Wounded Warrior Podium session presented at  No Venue ProvidedBaltimoreMD.
  • Crumbley, D.R. (2011, January). Wound care challenges and solution: Operation Unified Response, Haiti Podium session presented at  No Venue ProvidedSt LouisMO.
  • Crumbley, D.R. (2011, January). Operation Unified Response: Joint Task Force Haiti Podium session presented at  No Venue ProvidedOpelikaAL.
  • Crumbley, D.R. (2009, November). Wound care in the combat wounded patient Podium session presented at  No Venue ProvidedSt LouisMO.
  • Crumbley, D.R. (2009, November). Development of an evidence-based total joint program/team Podium session presented at  No Venue ProvidedSt LouisMO.
  • Crumbley, D.R. (2009, November). Joint service initiative: operational advanced wound care formulary and guideline Podium session presented at  No Venue ProvidedPhoenixAZ.
  • Crumbley, D.R. (2009, November). Nursing comfort rounds: an evidence-based approach Podium session presented at  No Venue ProvidedSt LouisMO.
  • Crumbley, D.R. (2009, September). "Use of Topical Oxygen in the Management of Acute and Chronic Wounds Podium session presented at  No Venue ProvidedWashingtonDC.
  • Crumbley, D.R. (2009, September). Military Wounds: Role of the Wound Care Clinician Podium session presented at  No Venue ProvidedWashingtonDC.
  • Crumbley, D.R. (2009, June). Complex Wound and Limb Salvage Center Podium session presented at  No Venue ProvidedBaltimoreMD.
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