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College of Nursing


Faculty and Staff

Kimberly Glenn, MN, RN, CPN

Assistant Dean of Undergraduate Studies and Clinical Associate Professor
College of Nursing

E-mail: kaglenn@mailbox.sc.edu
Phone: 803-777-2467
Fax: 803-777-0550
Office:

College of Nursing
University of South Carolina
1601 Greene Street, Room 212
Columbia, SC 29208-4001
United States

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Background

BSN from St. John College in Cleveland, OH. Masters degree from USC in 1986 with emphasis in Maternal Child and minor in teaching. Clinical experience focused on pediatrics to include NICU, PICU, general pediatrics, and hematology/oncology.

Teaching 

Professor Glenn taught at Midlands Technical College as an adjunct for 12 years. She has been with USC since 1997. Her teaching expertise includes Pediatrics and Fundamentals, and early in her tenure at the University she taught lower division courses for a number of semesters. She has supervised clinical courses and honors college thesis. She had done extensive work with simulation scenario development, facilitation and debriefing.

Dissemination 

Cockcroft presentation, Preserving the Profession to VA hospital and Orangeburg Medical Center, and Winter Respiratory Illnesses to Midland chapter of SPN.

Glenn, K, Oral Webs-An Avenue To Encourage and Evaluate Critical Thinking. Mary Ann Parson's Lectureship 2010, Columbia, SC.

Professional Service

Member of the Society of Pediatric Nurses (SPN)

Sigma Theta Tau International- Alpha Xi Chapter since 1986

2011-Present: Member of Advisory board for Center for Public Health & Advanced Medical Studies. Lexington County School District One

2004-2009 Pediatric Nursing Certification Board, Test Item Writer                                                               

Professional Practice 

Pediatrics: NICU, PICU, general pediatrics, and hematology/oncology

Publications (Selected)

SimChart Pediatric EHR-Pedro Gomez. Elsevier (2012).

Zager, L.R., Herman, J., Manning, L.S. (2011). The Eight-Step Approach for Student Clinical Success. I Can Publishing, Inc. Duluth, GA. Contributor.

Zager, L.R., Herman, J., Manning, L.S. (2011). The Eight-Step Approach for Faculty Clinical Nursing. I Can Publishing, Inc. Duluth, GA. Contributor.

Journal of Nursing Education. (2004). For Syllabus Selection section: Developmental Assessment.