Annette M. Conklin
PhD(c), RN, MSN, CNE
DNP & PhD (candidate), Capella University
MSN, University of Phoenix
Master's Certificate, Health Administration, St. Joseph's University
Bachelor's Degree, Thomas Edison State College
RN Diploma, Methodist Hospital School of Nursing
Foundations of Nursing Practice
Adult Medical-Surgical Nursing
Nursing Leadership & Management
Essentials of Nursing Practice
Being a nurse is part of who I am; as a nurse educator, I facilitate students to apply theoretical concepts to provide holistic, caring and competent care to patients, communities and populations to reach appropriate health care levels. I value the human experience and believe nursing to be a dynamic process that bridges the theory-practice divide. My goals as a nurse educator are to support, facilitate, motivate and cultivate the ongoing educational growth of the students that I have the privilege of introducing to the nursing profession.
Conklin, A. (2009). What wellness programs are available? ONS Connect. February, 2012. Elsevier Publishing. (2012). Concept Based Nursing. Reviewed chapters: Palliative care, Glucose metabolism April, 2011.
Conklin, A. (2008). Implementation of cultural assessment in clinical practice. Oncology Nursing Forum. Accepted November, 2008.
Conklin, A. (1995). Service line management: The basics. Oncology Issues. July/August, 12-14.
My current interests in nursing include disease management, health literacy, and technology in health care education. I also participate on several state and county cancer committees as a health care consultant in population-based cancer control strategies, chronic disease management, and community health education. In my spare time, I am involved in hospice and home care with my assisted pet therapy visitor, Dermot.