Carolyn Schubert, MS, DNP, CNE

Assistant Professor of Clinical Nursing
B.S. in Nursing, University of Maryland
M.S. in Nursing, University of Maryland
Doctorate in Nursing Practice, Chatham University

Honors

  • 2012 Presenter and Panel Member, Simulation in Nursing Conference. .
  • 2012 Presenter, Poster “Working together on interdisciplinary simulations,” Second Prize. .
  • 2011 Presenter, DNP Project Poster. .
  • 2010 Presenter, Graduate Entry Pinning Ceremony. .
  • 2009 Award, Educator of the Year. .
  • 2009 Nomination, Alumni Award for Distinguished Teaching. .
  • 2007 Presenter, Annual Educational Symposium. .
  • 2007 Presenter, International Convention. .
  • 2007 Outstanding Educator. .
  • 2007 Educator of the Year Award. .
  • 2002 Outstanding Undergraduate Faculty Member.
  • 2000 Favorite Faculty Member. .
  • 1996 Outstanding Junior Level Faculty Member.
  • 1996 Favorite Faculty Member. .

Journal Articles

2012

  • 2012, "Effect of Simulation on Nursing Knowledge and Critical Thinking in Failure to Rescue Events." JOURNAL OF CONTINUING EDUCATION IN NURSING 43, no. 10,

2010

  • 2010, "Using learning outcomes to inform teaching practices in human patient simulation.." Nurs Educ Perspect 31, no. 2,

2001

  • 2001, "Faculty practice: How it enhances teaching." JOURNAL OF NURSING EDUCATION 40, no. 9,

1991

  • 1991, "MINIMIZATION OF INDOMETHACIN-INDUCED REDUCTION IN RENAL-FUNCTION BY MISOPROSTOL." JOURNAL OF CLINICAL PHARMACOLOGY 31, no. 8,

1990

  • Weir,M,R; Cassidy,C,A; Hall,P,S; Lancaster,A; Schubert,C; URICK,A; Saunders,E; Kong,B,W; Jenkins,P; Lavin,P,T, 1990, "EFFICACY AND TOLERABILITY OF ENALAPRIL AND SUSTAINED-RELEASE VERAPAMIL IN OLDER PATIENTS WITH MILD TO MODERATE ESSENTIAL-HYPERTENSION." CLINICAL THERAPEUTICS 12, no. 2, 139-148 - 139-148.
  • Weir,M,R; Klassen,D,K; Hall,P,S; Schubert,C, 1990, "MISOPROSTOL (MIS) MINIMIZES INDOMETHACIN (IND)-INDUCED RENAL DYSFUNCTION IN HEALTHY WOMEN - A PRELIMINARY-REPORT." KIDNEY INTERNATIONAL 37, no. 1, 497-497 - 497-497.

Associated Programs

Doctor of Nursing Practice