Emily Smith
Emily Smith
Assistant Professor
Contact
Center for Nursing and Health Professions , 127
esmith@endicott.edu
978-232-2329
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Summary

Emily G. Smith, DNP, RN, CRRN, CNE, FNAP School of Nursing Assistant Professor 2011 - present Associate Director Masters Nursing Programs 2013- 2016

Campus Involvement

Van Loan Curriculum Committee

Chair, Graduate Faculty Committee

Endicott College Institutional Review Board

Governance Co-Chair Chi Epsilon Chapter- Sigma Theta Tau International

Courses

NU 210 Fundamentals of Nursing

NU 408 Leadership and Management in Nursing

NU 306 Nursing Research

NU 489 Senior Thesis I

Accomplishments

Currently a member of:

Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing

Endicott College Honor Society of Nursing

Phi Kappa Phi Academic Honor Society

Named:

Boston Globe Salute to Nurses 2012 and 2013

A National League for Nursing Health Information Technology Scholar (HITS) for 2011

Certifications:

Certified Rehabilitation Registered Nurse - CRRN

Certified Nurse Educator - CNE

Fellow National Academy of Practice - FNAP

Biographical Profile

Emily G. Smith, DNP, RN, CRRN, CNE, FNAP - Professor Smith received her Bachelors Degree (BS) in Administration of Healthcare Services from Ithaca College in Ithaca NY, an Associates Degree (AS) in Nurse Education from North Shore Community College in Danvers, MA, a Masters Degree (MSN) in Nursing Science, with an emphasis on nursing education from Salem State University in Salem, MA and a Doctorate of Nursing Practice (DNP) degree from Regis College in Weston, MA. Her credentials include certification as a Nurse Educator, CNE, and a certification in Rehabilitation Nursing, CRRN. Her nursing experience includes cardiac and orthopedic rehabilitation and home care.  Her teaching experience includes teaching Community Health clinicals for Salem State College and she began her career at Endicott as the Endicott College Nursing/Simulation Lab Coordinator and as an adjunct professor. In 2011, Professor Smith became an Assistant Professor teaching Fundamentals of Nursing, Nursing Research, Senior Thesis II and workd as a clinical instructor at Endicott.

In August 2013 she was hired as Associate Director of Masters Nursing Programs. Currently, and taught in the Masters of Education concentration thru the summer of 2016.  As of Fall 2016 Professor Smith returned to teach in the undergraduate nursing program as Assistant Professor.