Nancy Novotny joined Mennonite College of Nursing in Fall of 2013 as an assistant professor of nursing. She received her Master of Science in Nursing and PhD in nursing research from the University of Illinois at Chicago. She received the Illinois Board of Higher Educator Fellow award in 2009. Her research interests include optimizing transitions in care across settings, nursing education, clinical reasoning, and implementing the best evidence into processes in the acute care setting. Research has been funded by the Agency for Healthcare Research & Quality and Sigma Theta Tau.
NUR505 Quantitative Research Design (PhD) NUR509 Introduction to Nursing Informatics NUR535 Applied Data Management and Analysis (DNP) NUR403 Professional Roles and Issues Health care NUR327 Leadership Dimensions in Professional Nursing