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Darla Davidson, M.S.N., R.N.
Assistant Professor of Nursing

Why I Teach:

"I love the profession of nursing and I want to share that love with my students in a way that engages them and transforms them into caring individuals with critical thinking skills." 











Contact Information

Health Sciences Building 227
(302) 736-2507
darla.davidson(at)wesley.edu

Degrees

M.S.N., Nursing Education, Immaculata University
B.S.N., Immaculata University

Professional Activities

I worked with "At Risk" nursing students in a special pilot project referred to as PASS (positive attitudes for student success). I also researched and developed an academic advising syllabus  as my MSN capstone project. I am looking forward to starting in a DNP Educational Leadership program through American Sentinel University in the summer of 2014.  My research focus in this program will be on developing a support program in nursing education for ESL students. I am a member of the Sigma Theta Tau Honors Society of Nursing.

Courses Taught

NR 107 Introduction to Professional Nursing (clinical and theory)
NR 403 Maternal/Child Health (clinical and theory)