College of Nursing

Carol Bryan, Ph.D., M.S.N., RN

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carol.bryan@utoledo.edu
 
Interests Preceptorship
Adult health
Working with students at-risk for failure
Diversity in students and patients
Caregivers of stroke and dementia
Nursing care of the older adult
Foundations of nursing
Adult wellness issues
Drug math calculation competency
Transition from associate degree RN to BSN role
Transition from student to novice nurse
Quality and safety in nursing
Current Research Grants and Programs CBE vs. traditional online education
Caregivers of people with cognitive decline (stroke or Alzheimers disease)
Helping at-risk students
English as a second language
Cultural diversity

Teaching Specialty/Interests Preceptorship experience and senior nursing students
Transition to BSN Practice
CBE format and traditional online education
Quality and Safety in Nursing
Nursing Care of the Older Adult
Work with master's degree nursing students
Affiliations/Service Sigma Theta Tau: UT Vice-President 
CON Curriculum Committee
CON SARP Committee
St. Andrews Methodist Church Leadership Board
Education Ph.D., The University of Toledo
M.S.N., Medical College of Ohio
B.A., The University of Toledo 
RN Diploma, Mercy School of Nursing
Publication Highlights

The Lived Experience of ESL Student Nurses: a Qualitative Study (dissertation published on OhioLink)

Last Updated: 10/17/19