Kathleen Clark is New Instructor in Nursing Department at Immaculata University

Immaculata University announces that West Chester, PA, resident Kathleen A. Clark, joins the undergraduate Nursing faculty.
As a faculty member at Thomas Jefferson University: College of Health Professions for almost eight years, Kathleen has a wide range of experience in subjects that include mental health, community health, pharmacology, surgical nursing, pathology, and professional nursing. She honed her teaching skills at Delaware County Community College and at Friends Hospital where she served as director of Education and Staff Development.
For nine years, Kathleen served as the clinical services administrator for Friends Hospital where she managed the Psychiatric Facility and Clinical staff. Throughout her career she has worked at various medical facilities such as Wills Neurosensory Institute at Thomas Jefferson University, the University of Pennsylvania Hospital, Kennedy Memorial Hospital, and Jersey Shore Medical Center.
As a professional in her field, Kathleen holds memberships in numerous professional organizations including the National League for Nursing, American Psychiatric Nurses Association, and the Neuroscience Nurse Association. In addition, Kathleen has numerous licenses and certifications that prepare her to be an advanced practice nurse adult mental health board certified – APN BC; certified registered neurological nurse; certified in basic life support by the American Heart Association; registered professional nurse in state of Pennsylvania; Telemetry certified; and IV certified.
Kathleen´s education demonstrates a dedication to her profession. She earned her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Seton Hall University and then continued her nursing education by receiving a Master of Science in Adult Mental Health and Special Populations Nursing. Currently she is in the dissertation phase of her doctoral studies at Walden University.
With her vast experience and knowledge, Kathleen is an active writer and presenter. Throughout her career, she has spoken or written about workplace violence, generational instruction, psychiatric mental health, and various pediatric issues to name a few topics.
"The vision of nursing here at Immaculata represents the future of nursing practice and education and I am looking forward to being a part of that," commented Kathleen on her joining the faculty at Immaculata University.
Immaculata University, a Catholic, comprehensive, coeducational institution, is located 20 miles west of Philadelphia, south of the intersection of routes 30 and 352, between Paoli and Exton.

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