Introduction to Professional Nursing- Lecturer and Seminar Instructor
- This course introduces students to essential characteristics of professional nursing practice in today’s health care system and the interconnected global community.
Health Assessment- Course Coordinator, Lecturer, and Lab Instructor
- This course focuses on beginning skill development in the psychosocial and physical assessment of the health status of individuals across the lifespan.
Introduction to Patient Care- Lecturer, Lab Instructor (Past Clinical Coordinator)
- This course explores concepts essential to nursing practice with a focus on nursing interventions.
Pharmacology for Nurses-Lecturer and Lab Instructor
- This course provides the student with an introduction to pharmacotherapeutics, safe administration of medications, and medications related to the care of patients with specific disorders.
Nursing Care of Adults 1- Guest Lecturer (Past Clinical Coordinator)
- This course focuses on the application of the nursing process and further develops cognitive, affective, and psychomotor skills necessary to provide nursing care for adults within a legal, ethical, and culturally sensitive framework.
Nursing Management Care of Adults- Guest Lecturer
- This course provide pre-licensure nursing students knowledge and skills for the application and synthesis of leadership theories, principles, and practices within the context of care delivery.
Evidence Based Practice for Advanced Nursing (MSN) - Faculty Lead
- This course focuses on the application of research and evidence-based practice principles to advanced nursing practice.
Population Based Care and Health Policy (MSN)- Past Course Instructor
- This course prepares students in advanced nursing practice roles to synthesize global, ecological, and social determinants of health within the context of epidemiology to promote the development and implementation of local, state and federal health policies to improve healthcare outcomes.