Nancy Meedzan, Assistant Professor
School of Nursing
Office Location: Samuel C. Wax Academic Center
Office Number: AC236
Office Hours: As Posted
NU XXX Global Health Nursing
NU 230 Health Assessment
NU 230L Health Assessment Lab
NU306 Nursing Research
NU 211 Care of Adults - Med/Surg Nursing
NU 211L Care of Adults Clinical
Endicott College Curriculum Committee
Co-Founder and Faculty Council, Endicott College Honor Society of Nursing
Co-Founder and Faculty Advisor, Phi Sigma Biological Sciences Honor Society
Faculty Advisor for the Northeast Hospitals Chapter of the Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI) Open School
Founder and Faculty Advisor for Endicott Global Nursing Experience Club
Faculty Mentor for the Women's Tennis Team
1987 BSN - Boston College School of Nursing
1999 MSN - Salem State University
2012 Doctor of Nursing Practice - Regis College
2012 NLN Certification - Certified Nurse Educator
2004-2006 Full time faculty in the AD program at North Shore Community College School of Nursing
2010 and 2012 Consultant, Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital, Boston, MA Risk Management and Quality Improvement Department.
Meedzan, N.L. (2012). The impact of a cultural immersion teaching experience on transcultural self-efficacy in baccalaureate nursing students. Oral presentation at the Transcultural Nursing Society's 38th Annual COnference, October 17-20, 2012, Orlando, Florida.
Nicholas, P.K., Corless, I., Fulmer, H. & Meedzan, N. L. (November-December 2012). Preparing nursing students for education in the global village. MCN, The American Journal of Maternal/ Child Nursing 37(6). Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing
Meedzan, N. & Fisher, K.(2009). Clickers in nursing education: an active learning tool in the classroom. Online Journal of Nursing Informatics (OJNI). Available at www.ojni.org
Endicott College Honor Society of Nursing
Phi Sigma Biological Sciences Honor Society
Current doctoral research is on the achievement of transcultural self efficacy through cultural immersion expereinces for undergraduate nursing students.
Working to establish cultural immersion service placements for nursing students interested in an abroad experience. Trips currently in the planning stage for January and March 2013 to Guatemala.
Exploring the art of nursing through a collaboration with the Creative Arts Therapy department. Faculty have developed an interdisciplinary module for students to explore nursing theory through the creation of Mandalas.
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