Angela M. Schooley, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, College of Nursing
Angela M. Schooley develops and designs nursing education efforts in the undergraduate nursing curriculum. She guides students in learning nursing concepts in the classroom, online and in the clinical setting.
Schooley’s research focus is inclusive learning, clinical judgment in undergraduate education, indicators of NCLEX success, curriculum design and neuroprotective care of the preterm infant.
Nurses are their patient’s eyes, ears and voices when they are unable to advocate for themselves…we have an obligation to practice at the best of our ability to protect our patients and to enable them to achieve/maintain/restore health.
Schooley, A. (in press). Chapter 27: Career Planning and Achieving Balance. In Kelly, P & Tazbir, J. (Eds.), Nursing leadership and management (4th Ed). (ppxx-xx). Clifton Park, NY: Cengage Learning.
Schooley, A., Kuhn, J., & Strahm, C. (2018). Curriculum evaluation using path analysis. Nurse Educator, 43 (6), 334-337.
Eisenhauer, M.J. & Schooley, A. (2016). Teachers, nurses, and families: Countdown to a healthy start. Young Children, 71 (1), 30-37.
Schooley’s teaching focus is in the undergraduate program is on maternal newborn nursing, nursing care of the family, quality and safety in nursing practice and patient teaching for health promotion and education. In the graduate program her focus is on curriculum design, evidence-based practice and implementation science.
Prior to teaching at PNW, she taught at Ivy Tech Community College and worked in the Neonatal Intensive Care at South Bend Memorial Hospital. As a NICU nurse she provided bedside care, acted as a charge nurse, preceptor for new nurses and transporter for critically ill infants.