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Clinical Learning Center Coordinator
Assistant Professor of Nursing
- MSN - Arkansas State University
- BSN - Arkansas State University
- Health Assessment
- Foundations of Nursing
- Standardized patients
- Use of technology in nursing
- Innovative teaching strategies
- Pediatric nursing
- Society of Pediatric Nursing
- Sigma Theta Tau
- National League for Nursing
Lori joined the nursing faculty as Assistant Professor of Nursing in the year 2006, primarily teaching pediatric theory and clinical. Additionally, Lori teaches in Foundation of Nursing, Health Assessment, and various courses in the Accelerated BSN Program. She has recently moved to a 12-month faculty commitment as Clinical Learning Center Coordinator. In July 2009, she became certified in Pediatric nursing.
Prior to working at Arkansas State University, Lori served as health Services Coordinator in the Douglas County School system in Douglasville, GA setting up health services for chronically ill children for 3 years, taught nursing at Mississippi County Community College (now Arkansas Northeastern College) for 11 years, and spent many years in clinical practice in cardiac, critical care, emergency and public health nursing. She currently serves as Secretary for Sigma Theta Tau - Eta Theta Chaper and on the executive council for Boy Scouts of America.