Mai-Ly Pulley

DNP, RN

Assistant Professor
Education

DNP, Grand Canyon University, Phoenix, AZ
MSN concentration in Administration, Thomas Edison State University, Trenton, NJ
BSN, Thomas Edison State University, Trenton, NJ
ASN, Mercer County Community College, West Windsor, NJ
RN diploma, St. Francis Medical Center School of Nursing, Trenton, NJ
LPN, Mercer County Vocational School Health Occupation Center, Hamilton, NJ

Courses Taught

Undergraduate (Prior to HFU):
Pediatrics
Physical Assessment
Critical Care
Cardiac
Pharmacology
Nursing Leadership
Simulation
Clinical (Critical Care, Community, Long-term Care, Med-Surg, Pediatrics, and Rehabilitation)
Lab (All levels)

Undergraduate (At HFU)
Introduction to Professional Nursing
Pediatrics
Foundations of Nursing Practice
Research for Evidence-Based Nursing Practice
Transition to Clinical Nursing
Applied Pharmacology for Nursing Care
Graduate (AT HFU)
Research for Evidence-Based Nursing Practice

Teaching Focus/Philosophy

Nursing education requires a curriculum that raises fundamental questions about the meaning of human experience. As a nurse educator, I am committed to nurturing nursing students’ ability to think critically and creatively. I am dedicated to helping students achieve their goal of not just becoming a nurse but becoming the best nurse he or she could possibly be.

Awards and Honors

Nursing Excellence Award (St. Francis Medical Center), 2007
Who’s Who in Nursing, 2014

Additional Info

Prepared as a Doctoral nurse Mai-Ly Pulley earned her Doctor of Nursing Practice degree at Grand Canyon University. She has over 18 years of nursing experience with more than 10 years as an Emergency Nurse. For the past four years Dr. Pulley has taught at the undergraduate and graduate nursing levels. She sits on the board of directions for the National Coalition of Hospital Associated Schools and Colleges of Nursing. Dr. Pulley Volunteers her nursing skills within her church and community.

Contact
Office: NEB 120
Phone: 267-341-3526